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BrainChip is based in California in the US, and its key technology developed by inventor Peter van der Made is a piece of hardware called Spiking Neuron Adaptive Processor (SNAP).
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19/03/15 - AUSTRALIAN resources exploration firm Aziana is planning to acquire BrainChip, an artificial intelligence R&D company.
MathWorks announces Release 2015a of MATLAB and Simulink
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12/03/15 - Release 2015a offers antenna-to-bits simulation and testing of wireless communications and radar systems.
​MOUSER has launched a series of webisodes and resources centred around robotics, with its Empowering Innovation Challenge program.
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03/03/15 - MOUSER has launched a series of webisodes and resources centred around robotics, with its Empowering Innovation Challenge program.
SMLCE founder and project leader Professor Sami Kara.
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18/11/14 - UNSW researchers have programmed industrial robots to tackle the vast array of e-waste thrown out by Australians every year.
​By 2019, China will have 87,125 industrial robots, new research finds.
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17/11/14 - By 2019, China will have 87,125 industrial robots, new research finds.
 Arc welding robot
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06/11/14 - The Motoman MA3120 arc welding robot features an extra-long reach arm that reduces the need for tracks.
an AI-driven robot sheep-dog is still some way off
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19/09/14 - A SWEDISH researcher has reverse-engineered the working dog, bringing the world one step closer to a robotic sheep-dog.
FANUC and Rockwell Automation collaborate on integrated manufacturing solutions
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11/09/14 - The two companies have expanded their initial collaboration started four years ago in the CNC and Logix programmable automation controller environments.
The robotic boat will be tested against global competitors in the first-ever international marine robotics competition in Singapore come October 2014.
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03/09/14 - QUT researchers are building driverless boats with the AI capabilities to "think" for themselves during emergency situations.
ABB Australia announces new robots
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23/07/14 - ​The Australian subsidiary of robotics company ABB has announced the launch of a new family of robots.
Siemens and its partners have developed a model that calculates the best trajectories for robots from the standpoint of energy efficiency.
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24/06/14 - Siemens aims to develop reprogram existing manufacturing robots to operate more energy-efficiently without making changes to the production process.
Singapore hopes 3D printing and robotics will save its manufacturing sector
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07/04/14 - The future of Singapore’s manufacturing industry lies in high-tech areas such as 3D Printing and robotics, according to a major planning agency.

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