It is with mixed emotions, happiness and sadness all rolled into one, that we announce Tim Metsios’ retirement. As VP, a great leader and an engineer
Source: www.kuka.com KUKA’s tiered system partner program enables KUKA to strengthen the breadth and depth of expertise available to its customers. The network, comprises integrators across
Ben Pickford and Brekan Binks paid us a visit to showcase and train our team on the latest automation vision technologies from KEYENCE. Machine vision technologies
1st April 2021 – Super deduction kicks in: Claim 130% capital allowances on qualifying plant and machinery investments.
Been thinking about automating but not been ready to take that leap of faith? With super deduction tax on main rate new plant and machinery kicking
Researchers in Edinburgh are working to develop robots that can learn, adapt and take decisions independently of human control.
Over the next decade or so, researchers in Edinburgh are working to develop robots that can learn, adapt and take decisions independently of human control. This
With the recent crisis around the world everyone needs help to maintain the new ‘normal’, but can robots be a way into this new world? The
The rapid onset of the coronavirus (COVID-19) has put many healthcare professionals under unprecedented pressure as they provide essential treatment and critical care to infected patients.
Scientists from The University Of Sussex and the Tokyo University of Science build a sonic tractor beam, and use it for 3D display. R2D2 3D Graphic
The UR16e delivers an impressive 16kg (35.3 lbs.) of payload within a small footprint, and is ideal for use in heavy machine tending, material handling, packaging,
What is Space Enabled Technology? Space data encompasses all of the technologies that usesatellite data. This includes satellite navigation, communication and EarthObservation. Let’s take a closer look;
https://www.dailymail.co.uk/video/femail/video-1886202/Queen-Elizabeth-meets-robot-visit-Kate-Kings-College.html The Queen and the Duchess of Cambridge visited Kings College London yesterday, where they met world leading researchers, academics and students from the university’s Centre for Robotics