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  • News - 24 Nov 2010
    A Battlefield Extraction-Assist Robot, or BEAR, has been tested over the past year by soldiers at the U.S. Army Infantry Centre Manoeuvre Battle Lab at Fort Benning. BEAR may soon have the ability to...
  • News - 23 Nov 2010
    GeckoSystems announced their CEO’s interview this week on one of the UK’s BBC radio stations. The topic was the benefits of using personal service robots for elder care. GeckoSystems has...
  • News - 23 Nov 2010
    Amplicon has launched the Atop single-port MB5001C Modbus gateways, the latest addition to MB5001C series, ideal for interfacing production and industrial automation equipment like HMIs, PLCs and...
  • News - 21 Nov 2010
    In the effort to enhance robot movements, scientists seem to have taken inspiration from a very unlikely yet common source. Researchers at the Case Western Reserve University Cleveland are studying...
  • News - 21 Nov 2010
    The requirement for increased automation in robotics seems to be encouraging programmers to experiment with robot applications. Not long ago, robots required numerous sensors to manoeuvre through even...
  • News - 20 Nov 2010
    Crossing Automation has declared that it has delivered an automated material tracking system for a major solar cell manufacturing company located in Taiwan. The material tracking system includes...
  • News - 18 Nov 2010
    University of Tsukuba Professor Yoshiyuki Sankai is the inventor of the Hybrid Assistive Limb (HAL) that comprises a wrap-around robotic belt and legs. Sensors attached on top of the patient's...
  • News - 12 Nov 2010
    A team of scientists headed by Professor Kidode at the Nara Institute of Science and Technology (NAIST) are researching on a table tennis- playing robot. This robot embraces a computer and a couple...
  • News - 10 Nov 2010
    Researchers from the Georgia Institute of Technology, presented ‘Cody’ a robot to assist medical staff . It can sponge bath patients. The Georgia Tech team presented a paper on its...
  • News - 3 Nov 2010
    At the Robotics Rodeo held at Fort Benning in October in the state of Georgia, AMREL demonstrated an important breakthrough for unmanned ground vehicles or UGVs. This was done by using the same...

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