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Impact of AI may transform the monitoring overall health of infrastructure

The University of Surrey and Kings College London have developed a new machine learning algorithm (AI) that could transform the way we monitor major infrastructure – such as dams and bridges.

VEO Robotics to appear at Fabtech

VEO Robotics will be appearing at Fabtech 2019, demo-ing their new wares to industry leaders and consumers alike. Veo Robotics makes standard industrial robots responsive to...

Pepper the robot makes a tour of appearances

Pepper has been seen at various events around the world and has began her world domination tour, becoming the mainstay and industry choice for meet and greet and bringing...

HuskyLens by DFRobot, garners support in UK market

Open source hardware provider DFRobot, has announced the launch of its latest innovation, HuskyLens. An easy-to-use artificial intelligence (AI) vision sensor that can learn a new object, face, and colour, has...

Investing in industrial automation

By: Neli Ivanova Digitalisation is boosting the market for increasingly sophisticated manufacturing automation technology. Neli Ivanova, Sales Manager, Industrial Equipment at Siemens Financial Services in the...

The Future of Autonomous Robots

and Force-Multiplying Exoskeletons in the Military: Insights from U.S. Army Veteran and Sarcos Robotics Vice President Jim Miller Ret: Col James Miller

Neurala expands it’s Brain Builder functionality

Neurala, the team that are developing advanced AI vision capabilities have expanded the functionality of their Brain Builder. The new detection annotation capabilities allow for faster creation of bounding...

Titan Medical Strengthens Robotic Surgery U.S. Patent Portfolio with Grant for Surgical Imaging Technology

Company’s head of intellectual property recognised by Intellectual Asset Management as a global IP strategy leader for fifth consecutive year Titan Medical Inc. The medical device...

ETRI to release AI achievements at IFA 2019

Korea’s Electronic and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI) will present some of their innovative advancements at the upcoming Internationale Funkausstellung (IFA), the world’s largest consumer electronics trade show.

MIT’s fleet of autonomous boats can now shapeshift

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HzPIzvSXSDM&feature=youtu.be MIT’s fleet of robotic boats has been updated with new capabilities to “shapeshift,” by autonomously disconnecting and reassembling into a variety of configurations, to form floating structures...