QUT researchers who are working on how robots can be taught to grasp objects in real-world situations, have received more than $98,000 in funds from Amazon. The Amazon grant coincides with the publication of a separate study involving QUT researchers on robot grasping. QUT robotics researcher Professor Peter Corke, founding director of the Australian Centre … Continue reading QUT researchers building robots that can grip
Startup company Ikkiworks has developed a companion robot to help soothe and monitor the vital signs of sick children while they are at home and away from hospital. The robot, called ‘ikki’, has been developed with input from staff, patients and their families at Westmead Children’s Hospital. Ikkiworks has been supported with a $25,000 Minimum … Continue reading Companion robot helps monitor sick children
Researchers from Australia’s national science agency, CSIRO, have offered a glimpse into what the robots of the future could look like. In a paper published in Nature Machine Intelligence, CSIRO’s Active Integrated Matter Future Science Platform (AIM FSP) indicates robots could soon be taking their engineering cues from evolution. This concept, known as Multi-Level Evolution … Continue reading CSIRO researchers offer look at future of robots
In the coming decade, the new robot economy could transform Queensland industry, productivity and quality of life in ways not before imagined, a new report indicates. The Queensland University of Technology (QUT) partnered with the Australian Centre for Robotic Vision to commission an independent report from Synergies Economic Consulting. The Robotics and Automation Advantage for Queensland … Continue reading Queensland’s economy could see billions more with robotics and automation
The Motoman MA3120 arc welding robot features an extra-long reach arm that reduces the need for tracks.
The two companies have expanded their initial collaboration started four years ago in the CNC and Logix programmable automation controller environments.
The Australian subsidiary of robotics company ABB has announced the launch of a new family of robots.
Siemens aims to develop reprogram existing manufacturing robots to operate more energy-efficiently without making changes to the production process.
Felix Baumgartner’s world-beating skydive, Baxter the robot and the Pebble smart watch might not seem like they all belong in the same sentence, but they do; all used SolidWorks’ simulation programs on the way to success.