Global Food & Beverage manufacturers look to smart finance to meet pandemic investment challenge

The urgent challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic have required Food & Beverage manufacturers to rapidly adapt to changed circumstances and patterns of consumption, and will continue to impact processes...

Michael Van den Bossche appointed new joint MD of Romaco Innojet

Michael Van den Bossche has just been appointed new Managing Director of Romaco Innojet. He will share the running of the company with Bastian Käding, who has been at...

Astrobotic Awarded NASA Contract for UltraNav Smart Camera

NASA has selected Astrobotic for a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) Phase II award to continue its development of UltraNav, a low-cost, autonomous, visual navigation system for spacecraft. The...

How Meat Producers Can Improve Food Safety with Robotic Automation

As the Coronavirus continues to invade processing plants and slaughterhouses across the U.S, linking 15,300 confirmed cases to 192 meatpacking plants, factory floors are becoming the breeding ground for...

Yanmar Develops Autonomous Technologies for Maritime Work

As autonomous vehicles become a more and more common feature of our roads and farms, maritime robotics technologies are also progressing rapidly. Starting in 2017 with the Robotic...

How igus can help you pour that perfect pint

At a time when all the pubs are shut, pouring that perfect pint can prove impossible. igus has solved this problem by providing an easy to use tool for programming its...

How mobile solutions in the manufacturing industry support ergonomic machine operation

Due to increasing market demand, maintenance and service technicians of today are constantly on the move, monitoring multiple machines and potentially, multiple facilities. Couple this with workers not allowed...

Neurala Brain Improves Inspection Quality

Neurala, the company behind the software as a solution platform brain builder, has come up with a new way of detecting product defects which requires less data to be...

Soft robotics makes automated packaging possible in delicate applications

Gentle Touch - EU Robotics One of the first robots to make several human-like motions, the mechanical knight, was designed in 1495 by Leonardo da...

Automotive Lidar Market: IDTechEx Research on the Battlefield of a Hundred Technology Suppliers

Analysts at the technology consulting firm IDTechEx are tracking more than one hundred companies that develop 3D lidar modules. The tally was at 107 and counting by November 2019, and most companies...
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Automation branches out – Guest Post – Jonathan Wilkins

In 1969, Victor Scheinman invented the Stanford arm, the first all-electric, six-axis articulated robot — the predecessor of the robot arms that...

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