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Caltech Aims All Terrain M4 Morphobot at NASA Mars Mission
Caltech, Northeastern University, and NASA Jet Propulsion Lab have developed the Multi-Modality Mobility Morphobot to fly, drive, walk, and combine motions for dynamic travel.

ARM Institute Funds Eight Member Projects to Strengthen U.S. Manufacturing
The ARM Institute named the latest projects that it is funding that identify and work to solve challenges with robotics and AI, ranging from metalwork and food handling to hypersonics...

Recogni Says Pegasus PCIe and Scorpio Inference Can Enable Any Autonomous Mobility Application
Recogni said multiple self-driving applications can use its its Pegasus card, which works with Scorpius and its SDK for high compute at low power.

Apollo Humanoid From Apptronik Designed to Transform the Nature of Work
Apollo, a new humanoid from Apptronik, is the result of years of development work and is designed to be easy and affordable to manufacture and use.

Robotics Applications Conference Opens Registration for 2023 Virtual Event
The second annual Robotics Applications Conference, to be held online on Oct. 18, offers an opportunity to learn from technology users, integrators, and suppliers about real-world deployments.

WPI Researcher Receives NSF Grant to Develop 3D Printed Robots for Disaster Response
WPI Professor Markus Nemitz has received more than $500,000 to develop flexible robots that can be affordably produced and respond to search-and-rescue situations in tight spaces.

Acme Manufacturing Offers Robotic Auto Path Generation Technology for Aerospace Repair
Acme Manufacturing said its Robotic Auto Path Generation offering is designed to simplify material removal in aerospace maintenance, repair, and overhaul operations.

RoboSource Showcases Best Practices for Robotics Innovators and Entrepreneurs
RoboSource, a networking and information event held by MassRobotics and Venture Cafe, provided advice from robotics suppliers, startups, integrators on hardware development.

SAEKI Robotics Emerges From Stealth With Financing for Microfactories as a Service
SAEKI said that by combining 3D printing and industrial robots in 'microfactories,' it can reduce cost, time, and waste in the production of large, complex structures.

ATI Industrial Automation Integrates Multi-Axis Force/Torque Sensors With FANUC Robots
ATI Industrial Automation and FANUC are offering their integrated force/torque sensors, robot arms, and software to industries needing reliable motion control for precise applications.

Kia and Boston Dynamics Plan to Introduce New Robot in 2024
Kia and Boston Dynamics are jointly developing a robot, as the Hyundai Motor Group subsidiaries combine their R&D and manufacturing expertise toward sustainability goals.

Strengthening the Alliance With Robots for Deeper Space Exploration
Space robotics offer safer and more economical ways to explore the moon, Mars, and beyond in this look at the opportunities.

Electronic Force Compliance
The Suhner EFC-02 is a fully electric Active Compliance System that solves the problem of force control with its unique technique: Forces and accelerations are measured at high frequency and...

NVIDIA Explains How Simulation Accelerates Robot Development, Training
Simulation can not only accurately replicate environments, but it can also speed training of robots for tasks such as assembly, cutting, and manipulation, explained NVIDIA.

Sub UAS Develops Submersible Robots That Can Fly
Sub UAS was founded by a Rutgers University professor who has devised propulsion systems that work both in air and underwater, opening new applications for drones.

Epson Robots Recognizes Top Distributors at Robotics Distribution Conference
The event was held at its new center, which it moved into in May 2023.

Bosch Rexroth Opens Production Plant in Mexico as It Expands Its Presence in North America
Bosch Rexroth has opened a new plant in Mexico to make hydraulic and factory automation solutions.

Advanced Navigation to Provide NASA with Sensor Technology as Part of Commercial Lunar Payload Services Program
The company's LiDAV technology will provide the Nova-C lander will greater navigation and autonomy capabilities.

Xaba and Lockheed Martin Collaborate to Test Cognitive Autonomous Robots in Airframe Manufacturing
The companies performed a set of tests to see the value of Xaba's XCongition artificial neural network model for drilling and welding tasks.

Novarc Technologies Receives $2M in Funding From Canadian Government for Welding Robots
PacificCan, Canada's development agency, has invested in Novarc Technology to help the company continue to work on its robotic welding systems.



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