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Vecna Robotics Partners With RightHand Robotics
At MIDEX 2018, the companies will showcase collaborative solutions to streamline intralogistics and material handling processes.

Optomec Systems Improve High Volume Electronics Packaging Lines
Optomec of Albuquerque NM has just announced a compact, modular version of the company's Aerosol Jet material-dispensing equipment, called the Aerosol Jet HD (high density) system.

2018 Warehouse/Distribution Center Equipment Survey: Automation & Robotics Lead Robust Outlook
Our annual survey reveals a bullish outlook for continued material handling investments, with enthusiasm extending into newer technologies such as robotics as well as warehouse control system software and the...

Wi-Charge Startup Taps Infrared Technology for Wireless Charging Bid
Wi-Charge is creating what it calls an “Autonomous Charging” infrastructure, where devices tap into power as they need it to maintain usable power levels and without any kind of human...

IFR report: Japan delivers 52% of global industrial robot supply
International Federation of Robotics reports sales within Japan reached a 10-year high, and Japan exported 115,000 industrial robots in 2016 valued at $2.7 billion.

Researchers Print Wearable Battery
Researchers at Brunel University London announced they have printed a flexible, wearable battery that can store energy without chemical reactions.

Nano Dimension Brings Industrial Quality to 3D-Printed Prototype Circuit Boards
The DragonFly 2020 Pro 3D printer from Nano Dimensions dual-material system lets users 3D-print prototype multi-layer printed circuit boards (PCBs).

Siemens, HP Partner on 3D Printing
The new Siemens NX AM for HP Multi Jet Fusion product will allow customers to develop and manage parts in a single software environment for their HP 3D printing projects.

The Big Picture: Business as Unusual
A selection of innovative new business models illustrates how the warehousing, distribution and supply chain industries are finding creative ways to ensure success.

Mentor Prepares Engineers for an Electric, Self-Driving Future
A recap of the Mentor Integrated Electrical Solutions Forum (IESF) Automotive 2017.

3D Printing Recipes Save Time, Ensure Results
Optomec has published highly detailed, vendor-specific guidelines for additive manufacturing (AM) on both its LENS (laser engineered net shaping) and Aerosol Jet systems.

AI Is Instrumental to Manufacturing Intelligence
Instrumental allows engineers to remotely identify the root cause of production line problems and quality snafus within a matter of minutes.

Sensors Expo 2017: The Little Things at the Heart of IoT
Speakers and audience explore the intersection of Sensors, AI, and IoT technologies at Sensors Expo 2017, discusses AR-VR market size & opportunities

TOMAR Electronics Solves Vexing Problem with Carbon 3D Printing
Accuracy, repeatability, durability and surface quality were all important factors, but so was cost.

Semi-Autonomous Vehicle Gets Disabled Racer Back in Driver’s Seat
Sam Schmidt, a former driver paralyzed in a 2000 race car accident, recently achieved a long-standing dream to compete against legend Mario Andretti on the Indianapolis Speedway.

Skin-Deep Sensors
University of Minnesota are developing new sensors that can be 3D printed directly on a person's hand.

Boeing’s THREAD Prints Embedded Electronics, Optics
The process embeds strands of different materials groups such as copper, fiber optic, steel, nitinol, and others, and can also embed tubes into an item.

The Evolution of the Digital Supply Chain
Everyone is talking about terms like digitization, Industry 4.0 and digital supply chain management, but what sort of technologies fall under these broad terms, and how will they change the management...

RightHand Robotics unveils innovative piece-picking solution
RightHand Robotics (Booth S1891) is demonstrating RightPick, a combined hardware and software solution that handles the key task of picking individual items or “piece-picking.”

Autonomous Vehicle Consortium Steers Toward One-Stop Test Platform
The ADAS IIT (Innovation in Test) collaboration plans to create a scalable, future-proof ADAS test solution based on the National Instruments hardware and software platform.



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