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Emerson’s campaign goal is to inspire the next generation of engineers by connecting science to technological advances and modern conveniences
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19/02/15 - Emerson is launching a new mixed media campaign to promote STEM education among young people.
Machinery Automation & Robotics (MAR) has been acquired by Scott Technology
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16/02/15 - MAR’s strengths in electrical, programming, controls & vision guided robotics, complement SCOTT’s strengths in mechanical design and sensing.
Toyota's robonaut Kirobo - first robot to speak in space
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16/02/15 - Kirobo, a robot from Toyota, recently returned to Earth after completing a historic 18-month mission on the International Space Station (ISS).
Robots set to 'take off' in manufacturing
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12/02/15 - Advanced robots are set to revolutionise manufacturing and could boost productivity in some countries by 30 percent, a new study says.
Maximum computing capabilities increase intelligence in the Smart Factory
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11/02/15 - More and more functions with ever-shorter cycle times require more powerful centralised control technology.
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Editorial
11/02/15 - The future could see money digitised, purchases made by blinking your eyes, and anything manufactured, molecule by molecule, Kaku tells Brent Balinski.
Technological innovations such as robotics could save the world’s agricultural industries
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30/01/15 - An upcoming seminar at the University of Sydney will discuss the impact of robotics on the world’s horticultural and farming industries.
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12/01/15 - KUKA AG announces the completion of its acquisition of Swisslog Holding AG.
Job survival in the age of robots and intelligent machines
Editorial
06/01/15 - With automation and robotics gaining traction in Australian industries, what lies ahead for many of our workers?
QUT to create world first camera-based GPS to work in any weather or terrain
Editorial
09/12/14 - Ditching expensive satellite technology may be a sign of the future in the race to create fail-safe camera-based navigation systems.
Scott Technology buys Machinery Automation and Robotics
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08/12/14 - New Zealand automated systems manufacturer Scott Technology has purchased Australian company Machinery Automation and Robotics for $13m.
Five technology trends you can't ignore
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26/11/14 - Australia's manufacturing sector of tomorrow will involve creativity, innovation and higher value products.

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