Home > Robotics

Robotics - News Page 5

By Type
Scott Technology buys Machinery Automation and Robotics
Editorial
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
Editorial
26/11/14 - Australia's manufacturing sector of tomorrow will involve creativity, innovation and higher value products.
FIRST Robotics brings Regional event to Australia in 2015
Editorial
19/11/14 - Robot mania is set to hit Sydney as robots race to compete in the FIRST Robotics Competition in March 2015.
ECAT-2045 EtherCAT slave I/O modules
Supplier news
19/11/14 - ICP Electronics Australia introduces ICP DAS' ECAT-2045 EtherCAT slave I/O module featuring 16 isolated digital outputs.
 Arc welding robot
Supplier news
06/11/14 - The Motoman MA3120 arc welding robot features an extra-long reach arm that reduces the need for tracks.
Worries government investment in Chinese robot industry may be creating bubble
Editorial
30/10/14 - ​There are concerns that China’s efforts to stimulate a local robotics industry could be creating a surplus of manufacturers.
Professor Salah Sukkarieh
Editorial
22/10/14 - A robotics expert at the University of Sydney has won the prestigious 'Excellence in Engineering and Information and Communications Technologies' prize.
With the Quick Connect technology a robot can return to work after a tool change in less than 500 milliseconds.
Supplier news
01/10/14 - With the Quick Connect technology a robot can return to work after a tool change in less than 500 milliseconds.
Teams from New Zealand and all six Australian states have entered the final round of the contest
Supplier news
24/09/14 - The Grand Final of the 4th annual National Instruments Autonomous Robotics Competition will see 27 student teams from top universities.
an AI-driven robot sheep-dog is still some way off
Editorial
19/09/14 - A SWEDISH researcher has reverse-engineered the working dog, bringing the world one step closer to a robotic sheep-dog.
YuMi reflects the true spirit of human-machine collaboration with humans and robots sharing tasks side by side
Supplier news
12/09/14 - ABB Australia introduces the YuMi, described as the future of human-robot collaboration.
ABB unveils world's first collaborative robot: YuMi
Supplier news
10/09/14 - The robot’s soft and padded dual arms combined with force-sensing technology ensure the safety of YuMi’s human co-workers.

Newsletter sign-up

The latest products and news delivered to your inbox