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Special-forces robot whisper-copter enters flight test Print E-mail

DARPA shocks with non-black colour scheme
By Lewis Page

Flight tests of a revolutionary new robot helicopter have begun, according to the maker, US Aerospace giant Boeing.

Of course, robot helicopters are nothing new. Remotely-piloted types have been possible for decades, and in recent years various craft have emerged which can fly pre-planned routes and even land themselves without human input. Auto landing removes the requirement for a high-bandwidth low-latency comms link over which to pilot the craft.

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KUKA, Negri Bossi pair for machines, robotics Print E-mail

By Clare Goldsberry

KUKA Robotics Corp. (Clinton Township, MI) a global manufacturer of industrial robots, announced June 4 that it has been selected by injection molding machinery maker Negri Bossi Inc. of Mississauga, ON to provide floor- and shelf-mounted robots for its injection molding systems. KUKA Robotics’ robots will be utilized in the company’s systems manufactured by Negri Bossi’s new automation division that offers customers single-source automation solutions from design concept and quotation through installation, training, and hands-on troubleshooting.

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Roboinvasion @LinuxTAG 2007 Print E-mail
Ever since Sun Studio compilers and tools started to support Linux we've been present at various Linux shows and LinuxTAG in Germany has always ranked pretty high on the list. This year, however, we had a very special reason to make it to LinuxTAG: it just so happened that the release date for Sun Studio 12 (our first release ever to officially support Linux at the same level Solaris has always been supported) coincided perfectly with the LinuxTAG 2007 in Berlin. Add to it the fact that Solaris Express Developer Edition 6/07 was supposed to have its release around the same timeframe and it doesn't take a genius to figure out that we had to do something extraordinary for all those hardworking C, C++ and Fortran developers out there. The real developers. We had a couple of ideas like having a contest similar to the Google's Summer of Code or just bringing a couple of kegs of beer on site but they all either were too heavyweight to pull off in just a couple of weeks or downright illegal. Finally we've asked ourselves a very basic question: since we all are, in fact developers, what would we, personally, get excited about? I hate to say it but it turned out that the BSD community had beaten us to a punch with the idea that was unanimously deemed to be the most exciting one, so we had to opt out for programmable robots. After all, it is much easier to control a robot, you know.
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Luna lands deal with robotmaker Print E-mail
Jeff Sturgeon and Andrew Kantor

The world's only maker of surgical robots has selected a small Roanoke company to provide a navigation aid to be built into future generations of the high-tech devices for complex, minimally invasive operations.

Officials at Luna Innovations, which has struggled for years to make money, announced a licensing, development and supply agreement Thursday with Intuitive Surgical Inc. of Sunnyvale, Calif.

Investors bid up Luna shares nearly 25 percent on the news that the company has a new source of income.

"This is a major deal for us," said Scott Graeff, Luna's chief commercialization officer.

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Robot hosts South Korean wedding Print E-mail
DAEJEON: A robot on Sunday acted as master of ceremonies at a South Korean wedding in what its creators claimed as a world first. Tiro the robot assisted at the wedding of Seok Gyeong-Jae, one of the engineers who designed it, and his bride at Daejeon, 130 kilometres (78 miles) south of Seoul. “This is Tiro, master of ceremonies for today’s wedding,” the robot - featuring a cone-shaped body, two arms and a dark-glassed face with eyes and a mouth of flashing lights - said in front of smiling guests.
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Japanese man gives robot a woman's touch Print E-mail
Tomotaka Takahashi present to you the FT female robot, measuring just over a foot tall and containing twenty-three motors and two gyroscopes. As a result of Tomotaka Takahashi's desire to create a female type robot, he spent a year developing a robot with feminine features. Featured on SCI FI Tech, the FT's parts were specifically designed to showcase a lean, feminine body line. ft_robot_1.jpg
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