Buckling is the abrupt loss of structural stability and often a matter of engineering nightmares. Scientists from the Harvard John A. Paulson School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) and Harvard’s Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering have tapped that energy and utilized buckling to their benefit to construct a fast-moving, inflatable soft actuator.
An Introduction to the Robots that Use 3D Microscopy
By Stephen Edgar
The Role of Thermogravimetric Analysis in Robotics
By Sarah Moore
Dynamic Mechanical Analysis of Operation Industrial Automation Machinery
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles in the Australian Defense Industry
By Stephen Cooper
The Importance of System Modeling, Simulation and Control Engineering
By Yusuff Adeniyi Yusuff
The Applications of Robotic Fiber Laser Welding Systems
Using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles to Observe the Atmosphere at High Altitudes
World-Leading Machine Learning Space Opens in Australia
ETRI Develops Drone and AI Technology to Predict Algal Blooms
Shell Buckling Harnessed to Build Fast-Moving, Inflatable Soft Actuator
New Remote Monitoring Platform Helps Prioritize More Critical COVID-19 Patients
New Autonomous Mobile Robot for Quick Disinfection in Hospitals
New System for Locating Flexible Surgical Robots Inside the Human Body
Advanced AI Model Enables Coherent Scene Recognition for Autonomous Vehicles
New AI Algorithm to Identify Different Types of Brain Injuries
Matthew Rendall, CEO at Clearpath Robotics talks to AZoRobotics about automated robots for the land mining industry.
In this interview, Antonio Espingardeiro, PhD student at the University of Salford talks to AZoRobotics about the P37 S65 Elderly Care Robot.
Dr. Antonio R. Gargiulo
Dr. Antonio R. Gargiulo, Medical Director of the Center for Robotic Surgery of Brigham and Women’s Health Care in Boston, Massachusetts talks to Kal Kaur at AZoRobotics about Robot-Assisted Laparoscopic Myomectomy.
This page details the capabilities of the TeraRanger Evo Mini, a single- and multi-pixel capability in one sensor.
The basis of the fiber alignment system is a very stiff set-up consisting of the H-811 hexapod and P-616 NanoCube® nanopositioner.
The Infinity Series are Low-Profile DDR Motors for Arc Segment and Large Diameter Motion. They enable OEMs to move light payloads in smooth and accurate arc-shaped and full 360-degree rotary motion profiles.