Bolt Technology has revealed further information of its recent acquisition of SeaBotix, mentioning that the company has offered $10 million for SeaBotix.
German researchers have built may have just built the toughest robot hand yet. It is an anthropomorphic robot hand that can endure collisions with hard objects and even strikes from a hammer without breaking into pieces.
The Yonhap News Agency in Seoul reported that the Government has announced it will spend 100 billion WON (US$89.5 million) on robotics related projects to encourage growth in the cutting edge industry.
Mazor Robotics, an Israel-based spine technology manufacturer, has seen a large increase in sales after the FDA recently approved marketing of the Emerald spinal-implant system.
Cambridge, MA-based Heartland Robotics, the manufacturing robotics company founded by Australian Rod Brooks, is moving into a larger office space in Boston's Fort Point district next week.
Scientists at the University of Zurich have developed a robot that can balance a pencil. This robot is first of its kind because robots cannot respond quickly.
Staubli Robotics, provider of mechatronics systems, has announced that it will take part in LabAutomation 2011, the largest conference and show for latest laboratory solutions.
Doctors at the Norwalk Hospital will showcase daVinci surgical robot at the Wilton Library Bruebeck Room on February 8, 2011. In Norwalk Hospital, daVinci surgical system is utilized for surgeries related to general, gynecology and urology.
MVTec Software has declared that it has partnered with NVIDIA on designing a new machine vision technology for significantly enhancing product assessment process.
McKenzie-Willamette Medical Center has installed a da Vinci surgical robot with a dual console, enabling simultaneous working of two surgeons.
Kalorama Information, leading provider of market research reports for the healthcare segment, has released a new report on remote and wireless patient monitoring market.
Health Robotics has declared the official inauguration and live functioning of the world’s biggest Sterile Compounding Center for Oncology patients.
A team of researchers from the Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) are working on releasing Data, a comedian robot capable of sharing jokes with people.
Japan may not be the only Asian country producing robots for the service industry anymore.
Mohammed Abdul Jalil Abdul Ali, student of University of Bahrain, has developed a robot that can receive vocal commands.