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Regenerating ROBOTS: Machines made from DNA show signs of LIFE – and can eat and GROW – Express.co.uk

Regenerating ROBOTS: Machines made from DNA show signs of LIFE – and can eat and GROW  Express.co.uk MACHINE-MADE life-like biomaterial capable of metabolising and self-organising has been built in a lab, in a world first. “machine vision” – Google News

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Eddy’s Ready for Robots – Moneyshow.com

Eddy’s Ready for Robots  Moneyshow.com The other day, I came face to face with an astounding sight — an electronic ordering kiosk. “machine vision” – Google News

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Robots protect pipes from shipping damage

JMP Engineering has developed an automated system that uses two robots to automatically apply  protector caps to the ends of oil pipes. Robotics

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Robots Leverage 3-D Machine Vision to Handle Auto Parts

To ensure that automotive components such as aluminum cylinder heads are of the correct strength, they must undergo heat treatment before they can be shipped to the automotive manufacturer. Robotics

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DENSO to showcase robots and robot controller at NI Week

DENSO Robotics will showcase its VS-Series six-axis robots and RC8 controller at NI Week from August 5-8 in Austin, Texas. Robotics

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How to start using industrial robots in automation

From assembly and pick-and-place to material handling and packaging, the use of robots is on the rise in factory automation. Extremely customizable in even the most complex applications, automation systems are beneficial for a wide variety of reasons. Taking the plunge into automation, however, can be confusing and daunting. With …

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Vision-guided robots restore coral reefs

A multi-disciplinary group of scientists has formed the CoralBot collective with the aim of building robots that autonomously repair coral reefs. Robotics

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Global Machine Vision System and Vision Guided Robots Market 2019 Key Trends, Manufacturers in Globe, Benefits, Opportunities to 2025 – Big Times News

Global Machine Vision System and Vision Guided Robots Market 2019 Key Trends, Manufacturers in Globe, Benefits, Opportunities to 2025  Big Times News “The automatic extraction of information from digital images, which enables a machine or a computer to monitor and inspect specific articles is called as machine … “machine vision” – …

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Unmanned systems: Robots help repair a US Air Force base, drone swarms take to the air, and UAS assist with airport traffic management

In this week’s roundup from the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International, which highlights some of the latest news and headlines in unmanned vehicles and robotics, telehandlers clear airfield and test range debris after they sustain hurricane damage, Oklahoma State University gains permission to fly fixed-wing drone swarms, and Rome, …

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Video : Thor Vollset – Tordivel presents 3D Stereo Vision and Vision Guided Robots

After its positive première in 2014, the inspect application forum followed up with a successful and increasingly international event on the Vision in Stuttgart this year. Altogether, more than 350 visitors to the fair, half of them from abroad, took the opportunity to attend the diverse 30-minute talks and gain …

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Global Smart Factory Market to 2024 – Focus on Sensors, Industrial Robots, Machine Vision Systems, Industrial 3D Printing – GlobeNewswire

Global Smart Factory Market to 2024 – Focus on Sensors, Industrial Robots, Machine Vision Systems, Industrial 3D Printing  GlobeNewswire Dublin, April 10, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The “Smart Factory Market by Technology (DCS, PLC, MES, ERP, SCADA, PAM, HMI, PLM), Component … “machine vision” – Google News

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How robots could remove blood clots with medical imaging and steerable needles

A robot-based surgical system under development at Vanderbilt University uses steerable needles and medical imaging technology to penetrate the brain with minimal damage and remove deadly blood clots. Robotics

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Researchers hoping to mimic vision of dragonflies in robots

Two researchers from the University of Adelaide have discovered a complex visual circuit in the brain of a dragonfly that they are hoping to use to improve vision systems for robots. Robotics