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Exoskeletons on the Move
Sensors, CAD models and human-based designs advance wearable exoskeletons.

Is Large-Scale 3D Printing Sustainable?
Additive manufacturing transitions from prototyping to a means of mass production, raising the stakes for sustainability.

North American robotics orders to non-automotive companies surge to new records
Automotive (52%) and non-automotive (48%) segments are closer than ever in the history of RIA's reports dating back to 1984.

AU 2018: Fusing Generative Design with Manufacturing Constraints
At company's annual user conference, Autodesk executives reveals efforts to bring manufacturing awareness to the AI-like generative design software.

Optimus Rev. 2018.1 Introduces Modeling Methods Boosted by Machine Learning
Many of the new updates that come with Optimus Rev. 2018.1 further enhance Design Space Exploration and Optimization capabilities while increasing compatibility with leading CAD/CAE solutions.

Harris Corp. 3D Prints RF Amplifiers Using Nano Dimension’s DragonFly Pro
Tests demonstrate viability of 3D-printed electronics for rapid, affordable prototyping and low-volume manufacturing of antennas.

New Report Identifies Leading Edge Intelligence Use Cases in Manufacturing
Balancing edge and cloud computing may unlock the potential of digital factories, research indicates.

Renesas Electronics Produces R-Car-Compatible Connected Car Software Development Tools
Software development tools made by Renesas Electronics are created for cloud service applications linked with Amazon Web Services using vehicle data.

IFR: Global industrial robot sales doubled over the past five years
Global sales value up 21% year over year. United States robot installations increased to 33,192 units in 2017, 6% more than in 2016.

MathWorks Launches 5G Toolbox
MathWorks releases 5G Toolbox to let designers simulate and test 5G communication-based products and devices; MathWorks' Ken Karnofsky discusses 5G impact on IoT.

Keysight Boosts Driving Safety with Automotive Radar Solution
Ultra-wide band millimeter-wave technology offers precise verification of automotive radar systems, according to Keysight.

Nano Dimension Boosts Position in Defense Sector
Nano Dimension sells two additional additive manufacturing systems to U.S. Armed Forces.

Material Handling & Logistics Conference: Day 1.
The future of work, robotics and artificial intelligence were on the first morning's agenda

GreyOrange closes $140 million Series C
Marks the biggest fundraising in industrial automation systems

GreyOrange expands its global footprint, opens U.S. headquarters in Atlanta
In its first client site in the U.S., GreyOrange will deploy 740 robots in Atlanta and create several thousand jobs across this and other initial client sites.

Printed Electronics Enable Smart Sensors
The United Technologies Research Center and researchers at the University of Connecticut (UConn) are leveraging 3D printing technology to create wear sensors that can let operators know when a machine...

3D Printing Enables Concrete Smart Wall
NOWLab, the innovation arm of large-scale 3D print specialist BigRep, has unveiled a smart concrete concept that combines 3D-printed concrete molds with printed lights and sensor technology.

Optimus Ride Shifts Self-Driving Car Technology into Revenue Mode
Optimus Ride, with roots at MIT, is focused on building self-driving car technology for geo-fenced environments such as planned communities, college campuses, business parks, resorts, ports and airports, and special...

Additive’s Role in Defense
Panelists discuss promise and challenges of implementing AM in the military.

Researchers Print Electronics on Human Skin
The technology could be used to print temporary sensors on the bodies of soldiers, for example, to detect chemical or biological weapons. Printed solar cells could also be used to...



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