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  • Supplier Profile
    Robotiz3d is a technology spin-off from the University of Liverpool, and is a join venture between the University of Liverpool and a2e Industries, together with its co-founders Dr Paolo Paoletti...
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    Omnitech Robotics Inc. is in the business of providing custom engineering, sponsored Research and Development (R&D) and product development for various corporate, government, and military...
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    IntelLiDrives, Inc. manufactures linear actuators, XY tables and rotary tables for the industry, government, science and research institutions around the world. Our precision rotary actuators, XY...
  • Article - 15 Oct 2019
    Solar energy is a practical power solution for robots and this progress can be expected to continue. In the near future, humanoid robots could be powered entirely by integrated PVs.
  • Article - 15 Oct 2019
    Solar cells are the components that create electricity from the light of the sun. In robotics, solar cells are increasingly being used as a renewable, stable and autonomous power source for smaller...
  • Equipment
    The SAT4D System Allows you to Monitor Anything, Anywhere, and know where it is.Watching over a remote site can be a challenge when the location is very remote. The New Sensaphone SAT4D is designed to...
  • Equipment
    Automate easily with our plug-and-go step motor systems. Motors, power supply, drive electronics, controller and software - all designed to work together.
  • News - 4 Mar 2014
    ResearchMoz.us includes new market research report "Distribution Automation Market" to its huge collection of research reports. Researchmoz presents this most up-to-date research on...
  • News - 25 Jan 2013
    Gumstix, Inc., the premier provider of Linux computers-on-modules (COMs), today announced official support for ROS, the open source Robot Operating System originally created by Willow Garage, on its...
  • Article - 5 Apr 2017
    A team of researchers from Italy has now designed an inexpensive real-time kernel, known as Yartek, which is suitable for embedded systems in nonvisual robotic sensors.