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Robot Workers Ready To Go Postal

A robot capable of classifying and separating small items like mail packages has been developed by Yaskawa Electric, Mitsui & Co., Ltd., and packaging system manufacturer Hokusho Co., Ltd.

The robot upon which the system is based is Yaskawa's Motoman-DIA10; it has seven-axis robotic arms mounted on a human-sized torso. Hokusho's piece assorting system technology makes it a good backup or replacement for human sorters.

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Microsoft Update of its Robotics Software Platform(1.5)
Microsoft Robotics Studio adds support for Windows CE, powers a simulation soccer competition, and sees continuing broad adoption across hobbyist, academic and commercial segments.

We're constantly seeking ways to improve the product through new features and provide a catalyst to academic, hobbyist and commercial segments," said Tandy Trower, general manager of the Microsoft Robotics Group at Microsoft.

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Applied Robotics Announces Introduction of New Smart Gripper for Laboratory Applications

GREENVILLE, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Applied Robotics Inc., a leading global manufacturer of robotic end-of-arm tooling and connectivity solutions, today announced the introduction of its new smart gripper. The Smart Gripper 2.0, designed for use in a laboratory setting to increase efficiency and flexibility, is also easily scalable for use in a variety of other industries and applications. The gripper features accurate robotic finger positioning, adjustable grip force, easy integration and requires no proprietary software or controllers.

Our laboratory customers stringent requirements were our highest priority in the design process for the Smart Gripper," said Jim Fitzgerald, Vice president of Applied Robotics Inc. The Smart Gripper can be used with any robot controller allowing laboratories to meet and exceed any application challenge.

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BJ the Linux powered robotic dog
IXS Japan has announced a 4 legged walking robot which is developed in co-operation with Kondo science. Named 'BJ' it is almost the same size as the Sony Aibo and with the production of Aibo discontinued BJ looks to be a suitable contender. It has 3 joints for each leg (12 in all), 2 for neck, 1 for jaw and 16 for tail. It is powered by an i.MX Core 11 CPU, 64MB RAM and 16MB Flash ROM. BJ has a 350,000 pixel CMOS sensor (30 fps), 1 x Distance sensor, 1 x Acceleration sensor and 4 x Metal sphere sensors. As for interface BJ can communicate using Ethernet slot, Memory stick Slot, 2 x USB ports and 3 x Serial ports. The unit runs on Linux and comes with iQRs03 Communicator a software using which you can program BJ to perform activities like walking, running etc.  
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Hacks Build Programmable Robot From 60AD
Inspired by an article they had published, journalists at New Scientist magazine decided to build a replica of a robot designed over 2000 years ago. Invented by Greek engineer Hero in 60AD for, the robot is programmable and moves autonomously. Ben Crystall of New Scientist stole the wheels from his son's scooter (thanks Dad!) and scavenged ropes and weights from an old sash window to build the three-wheeler.   You need to a flashplayer enabled browser to view this YouTube video
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