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Robotics Research
Jun 2, 2021
Introducing 3D Printing Under Water

Introducing 3D Printing Under Water

The project will allow for in-situ repairs of subsea components like flowlines and conductors, by use of additive manufacturing techniques - significantly extending the lifetime of the assets.
Robotics Research
Jun 11, 2021
Upcoming Webinar: Robot Shuttles - Big Orders and Reinvention

Upcoming Webinar: Robot Shuttles - Big Orders and Reinvention

Thursday 24 June 2021 - Why may it become almost the only form of transport allowed in city centres? What other technologies are being brought to bear and what is emerging as the best design to meet the requirements of city authorities as they seek empowerment of the disabled, no congestion, traffic accidents or emissions?
Robotics Research
Jun 1, 2021
Exoskeleton Therapy Improves Mobility, Cognition for People with MS

Exoskeleton Therapy Improves Mobility, Cognition for People with MS

A team of multiple sclerosis experts led the first pilot randomized controlled trial of robotic-exoskeleton assisted exercise rehabilitation effects on mobility, cognition, and brain connectivity in people with substantial MS-related disability.
Robotics Research
May 1, 2021
IDTechEx TVSlender Robotic Finger Senses Buried Items

Slender Robotic Finger Senses Buried Items

Discerning buried items in granular material like sand is a taller order. To do that, a robot would need fingers that were slender enough to penetrate the sand, mobile enough to wriggle free when sand grains jam, and sensitive enough to feel the detailed shape of the buried object.
Robotics Research
May 28, 2021
IDTechEx TVThe Robot Smiled Back

The Robot Smiled Back

Researchers use AI to teach robots to make appropriate reactive human facial expressions, an ability that could build trust between humans and their robotic co-workers and care-givers
Robotics Research
May 31, 2021
Autonomous Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) is 2-3 Years Away, For Real

Autonomous Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) is 2-3 Years Away, For Real

"Autonomous cars will be here in 2 years" has been a standard sentence from the industry for the past 5 years or so. Now there is good reason to expect autonomous ride-hailing services to hit our roads within 3 years. So, what has happened in the last year in the world of autonomy to give this confidence boost?
Robotics Research
May 24, 2021
Adding a Sense of Touch Improves Control of a Robotic Arm

Adding a Sense of Touch Improves Control of a Robotic Arm

Most nondisabled people take their ability to perform simple daily tasks for granted. When they reach for a warm mug of coffee, for instance, they can feel its weight and temperature and adjust their grip accordingly so that no liquid is spilled. People with full sensory and motor control of their arms and hands can know that they've made contact with an object the instant they touch or grasp it, allowing them to start moving or lifting it with confidence.
Press Release
Wagner Machine Company Takes Delivery of VELO3D Solution

Wagner Machine Company Takes Delivery of VELO3D Solution

MSC Software Corporation , part of Hexagon's Manufacturing Intelligence division, has helped KATECH create a high-fidelity virtual test platform to verify that safety-critical Advanced driver-assistance systems and autonomous systems will perform as intended in a real urban environment.
Robotics Research
May 20, 2021
Drones Carry Out High-Precision Radiation Monitoring

Drones Carry Out High-Precision Radiation Monitoring

The Belgian nuclear research centre, SCK CEN, and the Belgian aeronautical specialist, Sabca, have developed an innovative technology that enables drones to be used to carry out radiological measurements.
Robotics Research
May 19, 2021
3D-Printed Jelly Developed

3D-Printed Jelly Developed

3D-printable gels with improved and highly controlled properties can be created by merging micro- and nano-sized networks of the same materials harnessed from seaweed, according to new research. The findings could have applications in biomedical materials - think of biological scaffolds for growing cells - and soft robotics.
Robotics Research
Jun 2, 2021
Introducing 3D Printing Under Water

Introducing 3D Printing Under Water

The project will allow for in-situ repairs of subsea components like flowlines and conductors, by use of additive manufacturing techniques - significantly extending the lifetime of the assets.
Robotics Research
Jun 1, 2021
Exoskeleton Therapy Improves Mobility, Cognition for People with MS

Exoskeleton Therapy Improves Mobility, Cognition for People with MS

A team of multiple sclerosis experts led the first pilot randomized controlled trial of robotic-exoskeleton assisted exercise rehabilitation effects on mobility, cognition, and brain connectivity in people with substantial MS-related disability.
Robotics Research
May 28, 2021
IDTechEx TVThe Robot Smiled Back

The Robot Smiled Back

Researchers use AI to teach robots to make appropriate reactive human facial expressions, an ability that could build trust between humans and their robotic co-workers and care-givers
Robotics Research
May 24, 2021
Adding a Sense of Touch Improves Control of a Robotic Arm

Adding a Sense of Touch Improves Control of a Robotic Arm

Most nondisabled people take their ability to perform simple daily tasks for granted. When they reach for a warm mug of coffee, for instance, they can feel its weight and temperature and adjust their grip accordingly so that no liquid is spilled. People with full sensory and motor control of their arms and hands can know that they've made contact with an object the instant they touch or grasp it, allowing them to start moving or lifting it with confidence.
Robotics Research
May 20, 2021
Drones Carry Out High-Precision Radiation Monitoring

Drones Carry Out High-Precision Radiation Monitoring

The Belgian nuclear research centre, SCK CEN, and the Belgian aeronautical specialist, Sabca, have developed an innovative technology that enables drones to be used to carry out radiological measurements.
Robotics Research
Jun 11, 2021
Upcoming Webinar: Robot Shuttles - Big Orders and Reinvention

Upcoming Webinar: Robot Shuttles - Big Orders and Reinvention

Thursday 24 June 2021 - Why may it become almost the only form of transport allowed in city centres? What other technologies are being brought to bear and what is emerging as the best design to meet the requirements of city authorities as they seek empowerment of the disabled, no congestion, traffic accidents or emissions?
Robotics Research
May 1, 2021
IDTechEx TVSlender Robotic Finger Senses Buried Items

Slender Robotic Finger Senses Buried Items

Discerning buried items in granular material like sand is a taller order. To do that, a robot would need fingers that were slender enough to penetrate the sand, mobile enough to wriggle free when sand grains jam, and sensitive enough to feel the detailed shape of the buried object.
Robotics Research
May 31, 2021
Autonomous Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) is 2-3 Years Away, For Real

Autonomous Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) is 2-3 Years Away, For Real

"Autonomous cars will be here in 2 years" has been a standard sentence from the industry for the past 5 years or so. Now there is good reason to expect autonomous ride-hailing services to hit our roads within 3 years. So, what has happened in the last year in the world of autonomy to give this confidence boost?
Press Release
Wagner Machine Company Takes Delivery of VELO3D Solution

Wagner Machine Company Takes Delivery of VELO3D Solution

MSC Software Corporation , part of Hexagon's Manufacturing Intelligence division, has helped KATECH create a high-fidelity virtual test platform to verify that safety-critical Advanced driver-assistance systems and autonomous systems will perform as intended in a real urban environment.
Robotics Research
May 19, 2021
3D-Printed Jelly Developed

3D-Printed Jelly Developed

3D-printable gels with improved and highly controlled properties can be created by merging micro- and nano-sized networks of the same materials harnessed from seaweed, according to new research. The findings could have applications in biomedical materials - think of biological scaffolds for growing cells - and soft robotics.