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  • Article - 5 Feb 2018
    Levitating one’s hair to demonstrate static electricity by using a charged balloon is a classic science experiment.
  • Article - 20 May 2016
    Start-up Matternet is already using drones, also called unmanned aircraft systems (UAVs), to ferry medical supplies in countries outside of the U.S., including Haiti, Switzerland, and the Dominican...
  • Article - 26 Mar 2014
    Matthew Rendall, CEO at Clearpath Robotics talks to AZoRobotics about automated robots for the land mining industry.
  • Article - 12 Jul 2013
    Boston Dynamics have created a 6’2 humanoid robot, ATLAS - one of the World’s most advanced robots. At 330 pounds and anatomy put together with sensors and actuators, this automated giant is operated...
  • Article - 22 Mar 2013
    Hospitals require a constant delivery of medicines, food, meal trays and patient records, tasks that one could consider being made easier with the use of automated systems to help this process.
  • Article - 22 Mar 2013
    Managers of large power plants strive to ensure outage optimization, lifetime extension and outage reduction. This article looks at the design and deployment of robots to inspect the conditions of a...
  • Article - 2 Mar 2013
    The use of automatic equipment for observing wildlife has become very common and there are a number of advanced cameras used for this purpose. This article discusses the research and development of...
  • Article - 8 Sep 2012
    During a natural disaster, defence and relief organisations need to respond immediately to ensure maximum safety for those affected. The process must be meticulously coordinated to dilute a crisis and...
  • Article - 9 Jul 2012
    In this interview Dr. Cameron Chai, Chief Editor of AZoRobotics speaks to Robert Kaifler, Product Manager, Robotic Testing Systems at Zwick Roell about how robotics has changed the face of materials...
  • Article - 16 Dec 2021
    A team of researchers has developed an optimal AI algorithm for infant sleep posture classification to help prevent sudden infant death syndrome.

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