Coming to Automate 2017: Control Systems, Robotics, Sensors and More

Find out what to expect from Igus, Staubli, Universal Robots, XIMEA and DFI Tech.

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Superscreen Gives Smartphones a Viewing Boost

Transcendent Designs has developed a tablet type viewing screen with a 10.1 inch display that mirrors the screen of a smartphone.

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Engineering Academy Students Use WPDM to Push Full-STEAM Ahead

Dos Pueblos Engineering Academy students push CAD limits to realize projects.

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User-Friendly Robots Get User-Friendly Grippers

On Robot to enter North American collaborative robot market at Automate 2017.

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3D Scanning: Understanding the Differences In LIDAR, Photogrammetry and Infrared Techniques

Breaking Down 3D Scanning Into Threes and Understanding Each One In Relation To The Others

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Soshee the Robot Dog Reacts to Social Media

Jason Buzi is crowdfunding a tiny robotic Hungarian Puli that will bark, move, and wag its tail to alert the user to social media interactions.

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Introducing DroneClash – The World’s First Drone Demolition Derby

Delft University of Technology organizes anti-drone race.

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Proximity to Manufacturing Improves R&D Efficiencies

New study investigates decisions to locate manufacturing operations in high-cost countries.

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Automate 2017 to Host First US-China Robotics Forum

13 Chinese robotics companies to exhibit in the United States for the first time.

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Honda and GM Launch Joint Fuel Cell Manufacturing Plant

Could GM and Honda partnership get efficient fuel cell vehicles on the market faster?

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US is World Leader in Robotics Automation According to New Study

US robotics investment is over USD$732B — larger than the economy of Switzerland.

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Boaty McBoatface Readied for Orkney Passage Mission

The National Oceanography Centre is sending its fleet of autonomous underwater vehicles to the Orkney Passage to study possible effects of climate change.

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Battery Design Challenge Offers Undergraduates $25,000 Prize

Battery manufacturer ZPower calls upon all undergraduate US students to prototype a device using their batteries.

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