Microscan has declared that it will showcase its latest machine vision and auto ID product line in Hall 6, Booth D43 at Vision 2010, which will be held at the Stuttgart New Exhibition Centre, Germany, from November 9 to 11.
Isra Vision, a German machine-vision software developer, is looking forward to new acquisitions to widen its local presence, and to augment the development of machine vision products and innovations.
Stemmer Imaging has instigated training programs in the new training center at its headquarters located in Puchheim.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has anchored its latest $55 million worth research vessel named ‘Bell M Shimada’ in San Diego. The vessel will be deployed for scientific research operations along the West Coast.
Team Frednet, an open-source non-profit organization, has declared that it has received Innovative Lunar Demonstrations Data (ILDD) contract from NASA offering the highest government procurement value of $10.01 million.
Schneider Packaging Equipment has announced that FANUC Robotics has acknowledged their company as a Certified Servicing Integrator (CSI) in FANUC’s group of Authorized Integrators.
Pearson Packaging Systems has launched MPI-300, a novel multipacking robotic system, which can function at rates up to 300 products per minute, per product line.
A friend of Professor Hisashi Sekine was stung about 90 times when trying to spray wasp nests to exterminate them. This caused Professor Hisashi Sekine from Utsunomiya, Japan to invent a remote controlled robot which can climb a ladder and spray the wasp nests.
The 2011 robot football world cup is being eagerly awaited at the University of Edinburgh where researchers are preparing one of the first teams that will compete in the event.
The first Humanoid is ready to go into space after 15 years of behind the scenes preparation. The robot called Robonaut 2 is set for a trip on the space shuttle Discovery on the first of November this year.
Toronto based robotics company, Engineering Services Inc., is to build a robotic arm which be a prototype for use on a Mars or Lunar rover. They have been awarded a $3 million contract from the Canadian Space Agency for the project.
Lifting up a needle or a book may seem easy to human hands but to a robot it can be quite challenging. This is the challenge that a new robotic gripper hopes to address with new shape shifting technology.
Flexicell, a leading supplier of robotic solutions for packaging industry, will demonstrate its robotic collating, picking and palletizing products in booth 3651 at PACK EXPO 2010, which will be held at the McCormick Place, Chicago, between October 31 and November 3.
Vitronic has announced that it will demonstrate VIROwsi and VINSPEC, the latest machine vision products, in hall 13 at EuroBLEC 2010 the world’s biggest trade fair for sheet metal operations which will be held in Hanover, Germany from October 26 to 30.
The University of Alaska-Fairbanks (UAF) team, comprising members from the University of Washington’s Applied Physics Laboratory and the Northwest Aerial Robotics Cluster (NWARC), has received $47 million worth Basic Ordering Agreement award from the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division.