Omron and Techman Robot have entered into a strategic alliance to develop collaborative robots (cobots).
There is an increasing interest in THz imaging technology in the industrial areas of manufacturing process control, product and material inspection, food inspection, hidden defects inspection, and petrol and oil quality control.
Smarter than traditional pick-and-place robots, a newly developed robo-picker prototype can decide how to pick items up, what they are and where to put them.
Universal Robots will demonstrate easily integrated and affordable collaborative robots at NMW.
The WCS Outdoor is optimised for position feedback in outdoor environments such as ports, offshore installations, ships or waste incineration plants.
The report on global readiness for robotics, automation and artificial intelligence ranks Australia in the top 10.
The Model 35C from Meggitt Sensing Systems is said to be the world's smallest IEPE triaxial accelerometer.
Researchers in the USA have published findings that robots (and automation in general) could be affecting workers' health through fear for their job security.