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PH Robotics team wins big at FIRST Lego League World Championship

By |May 18th, 2019|Robotics|

MANILA - The Philippine Robotics National Team has emerged victorious after bagging two coveted awards in the recent For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST) Lego League World Championship held in Houston, Texas in the United States. The delegation is composed of DYCI Blue Ocean's 10 from Dr. Yanga's College (12-17 [...]

Autonomous robots helping out conference goers at VivaTech 2019 | Tech/Gadgets

By |May 18th, 2019|Robotics|

Visitors are welcomed by Heasy by Hease Robotics at VivaTech 2019. ― AFP picPARIS, May 18 ― To complement the human employees running VivaTech 2019, organisers of the conference ― and even some exhibitors ― also deployed an army of service robots to help visitors find their way, browse through the presentation schedule, [...]

Olis Robotics wins $50K from Air Force for satellite servicing software – GeekWire

By |May 18th, 2019|Robotics|

An artist’s conception shows one satellite extending its robotic arm to grasp and refuel another satellite in orbit. (NASA / Goddard Illustration)Seattle-based Olis Robotics says it has received a $50,000 grant from the U.S. Air Force to lay out a plan for using its AI-driven software platform to control satellite-servicing robots in orbit. [...]

AMP Robotics Introduces AMP Cortex, an AI Guided Dual Robot System for the Recycling Industry

By |May 18th, 2019|Robotics|

Two high performance robots from AMP Robotics can quickly sort, pick and place recycled materials at 160 pieces per second, increasing productivity for the recycling industry. The robots are part of the company’s AMP Cortex dual robot system that’s focused on material recovery in municipal solid waste, electronic waste, and construction and demolition, [...]

USC’s penny-sized robotic bee is the most sci-fi thing you’ll see all week

By |May 18th, 2019|Robotics|

When it comes to robots, it’s easy to get so caught up in the big creations that we forget about the innovation taking place at the smaller end of the spectrum. As the University of Southern California’s new Bee Plus robot proves, that’s a massive mistake.Its insect-inspired flying bot weighs just 95 grams [...]

Unmanned systems: Ford develops a self-driving robot, autonomous systems for commercial sea vessels, and fresh investment for Invert Robotics

By |May 18th, 2019|Robotics|

In this week’s roundup from the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International, which highlights some of the latest news and headlines in unmanned vehicles and robotics, Ford tests a new autonomous vehicle that adapts to its environment, Sea Machines Robotics installs autonomous systems for search-and-rescue missions, and Invert Robotics closes an $8.8 million [...]

Penn State professor and Fujita Corporation team up on construction robotics lab

By |May 18th, 2019|Robotics|

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — During the summer of 1991, a young John Messner packed his bags and took his first airline flight across the Pacific to accept an information technology researcher position with Fujita Americas (formerly Fujita Research) and Fujita Corporation. Based in Tokyo, Messner — a doctoral candidate studying architectural engineering at the time — was [...]

Plastics News

By |May 18th, 2019|Robotics|

May 17, 2019 Updated 5/17/2019 Email Print Huhtamaki CBW's new system provides a smaller footprint, 50 percent greater production output, quicker changeovers and cost savings vs. the company's previous high-speed retrieval system. Automation is a given in high-speed packaging. You have to handle mass-produced [...]

Teaching Robots Handwriting and Drawing

By |May 18th, 2019|Robotics|

A robot was able to copy a sketch of the Mona Lisa just by looking at itCredit: Brown University An algorithm developed by Brown University computer scientists enables robots to put pen to paper, writing words using stroke patterns similar to human handwriting. It’s a step, the researchers say, toward robots that are [...]

Lake Placid school robotics team seeks sponsors | News, Sports, Jobs

By |May 18th, 2019|Robotics|

Tenth-grader Pat Manning explains to the Lake Placid Board of Education Tuesday the mechanics of making the team’s robot, Albert II, move. (Enterprise photo — Elizabeth Izzo) Pat Manning, left, and ROBOlympics advisor Olaf Carlson, right, troubleshoot after Albert II fails to move forward. (Enterprise photo — Elizabeth Izzo) ROBOlympics robot Albert II [...]