News - 19 Nov 2014
A team of Lockheed Martin and Kaman unmanned aircraft successfully demonstrated its ability to aid in firefighting operations. During the demonstration, the Indago quad rotor effectively identified...
News - 9 Oct 2013
A flying radiation detector that could be used to help with nuclear decommissioning and clean-up at sites such as Fukushima and Sellafield was recently tested in a specially designed experimental area...
News - 28 Mar 2013
Memphis-based Lumalier, maker of TRU-D SmartUVC™, recently delivered its 5-foot-5 germ-killing ultraviolet robot to Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis, Md., marking well over 100 devices...
Article - 30 Nov 2013
This article discusses the world's first robot to contain artificial organs.
News - 22 Sep 2016
This communication system so frequently used among humans should also be used to exchange communication with machines. In fact, this concept of human-machine communication is being used more and more...
News - 8 Oct 2015
Motion Cube brings automation one step closer to Industry 4.0: with this innovative palletising system from Festo, pallets transport workpieces independently and simultaneously to different assembly...
News - 27 May 2015
Drones say goodbye to pilots. With the goal of achieving autonomous flight of these aerial vehicles, the researcher José Martínez Carranza from the National Institute of Astrophysics, Optics...
News - 24 Mar 2015
Superconductive automation modules are opening up possibilities for new applications
Superconductors are opening up possibilities for entirely new, previously unthinkable applications in automation...
News - 4 Jun 2014
Evana Automation Specialists, a subsidiary of Phillips Service Industries (PSI) and leading Systems Integrator and builder of custom, automated assembly and test systems, is building the fifth and...
Article - 10 Apr 2013
Unmanned aerial vehicles or UAVs are vehicles that do not have a pilot on board. They can be remote-controlled or fly autonomously based on complex dynamic automation systems. They are presently used...