In: robotics

At Toyota, The Automation Is Human-Powered
September 5, 2017

On the assembly line in Toyota’s low-strung, sprawling Georgetown, Kentucky factory, worker ingenuity pops up in the least expected places. For…

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S-MAD Drone Can Land and Perch On Vertical Walls Like a Bird
August 14, 2017

Last week, researchers of the University of Sherbrooke presented the Sherbrook Multimodal Autonomous Drone (S-MAD) at the Living Machine 2017 conference…

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New Sensor System Helps Tracking ISIS Explosives
August 2, 2017

A new use for a bomb-detecting technology: a system which identifies the dangerous opioid fentanyl from a distance using a laser…

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3DR partners with DJI to launch drone operations platform
August 1, 2017

Dive Brief: 3D Robotics (3DR) is teaming up global drone maker DJI to make its Site Scan surveying technology compatible with that…

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Airborne Laser Spectroscopy System Can Map Atmospheric Gases
July 31, 2017

An experimental instrument that combines precision laser spectroscopy and a mobile airborne reflector to map atmospheric gas concentrations could lead to…

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Continental trials autonomous robo taxi
July 24, 2017

Continental is using its corporate expertise in automation, new mobility concepts, and electrification to develop solutions for future urban transport. Conti…

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Small DARPA drones fly without human or GPS help
July 11, 2017

Small unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) will soon navigate without using GPS or human assistance  as demonstrated by several successful test…

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Team 91C Cyclops earn VEX Excellence Award
June 26, 2017

On June 21 – 25, 2017, the Brandywine Valley Robotics VEXMEN 91C Cyclops Team received the Excellence Award for their achievements…

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Brandywine Robotics VEXMEN Team 91C Cyclops Earns VEX Excellence Award
June 26, 2017

On June 25, 2017, the Brandywine Robotics VEXMEN 91C Cyclops Team received the Excellence Award for their achievements in the 2017…

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What IS an Encoder? – Robotics Tomorrow (press release)
August 2, 2016

Encoders use different types of technologies to create a signal, including: mechanical, magnetic, resistive and optical – optical being the most…

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