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Talking Stock Picks for 2015 at the Investing Webcast
Why Intel is Betting on Drones
Robo-Stox Launches in Europe on London Stock Exchange

German Robotics Research Targets New Horizons
Germany has long been a strong user of industrial automation, but expanding applications, university research, and savvy PR are helping the country retain its robotics leadership. (September 15, 2015)

WPI Wins $570,000 in NSF Grants for Soft Robotics
Worcester Polytechnic Institute wins two grants to develop soft robotics, which could be useful for medical, search-and-rescue, and co-working applications. (September 14, 2015)

Reach for a Six-Pack of RoboBusiness
The sessions suggestions look awesome, ranging from the future of the industry to healthcare robotics to the Internet of Things to drones and the FAA to automated warehouses (see below for the full list and times). (September 11, 2015)

Japan’s Spread Co. Builds the Biggest Automated Lettuce Farm
Spread Co. is building what it claims will be the world's largest fully automated lettuce factory in Kyoto. Automated agriculture promises to save money, increase yields, and be useful anywhere. (September 11, 2015)

Dell to Invest $125B in China for AI, Market Access
Dell Inc. to spend billions over the next five years on partnerships and developing R&D and sales capabilities in China. (September 10, 2015)

Throwbot Maker ReconRobotics Forced to Regroup
The rise and fall of ReconRobotics isn't because its Throwbot is a bad product; federal budget wrangles and questionable expenses took their toll. (September 09, 2015)

Drone Makers Look for Funding to Take Off
The market for aerial drones could double in the next five years, as Lily Robotics and others fly beneath the radar of larger companies in making deals. (September 09, 2015)

Toyota Spends $50M on AI Cars, Hires DARPA Lead
Unlike Uber or Google, Toyota is cautiously pursuing technology to make driving safer, not fully autonomous. (September 08, 2015)

Singapore Builds on Robotics Innovation
The city-state is pursuing robotics through university-corporate partnerships and by attracting international talent. (September 08, 2015)

Zimplistic Gets $11.5M for Kitchen Robots
Startups and established food companies are using autonomy, 3D printing, and IoT to get robots into households. (September 04, 2015)

Robotics—the Indian Way
India lags in robotics adoption compared with East Asia and the West, but a clean slate and frugal innovation could help it catch up. (September 03, 2015)

Your Best Year Yet! Discover the Global Robotics Industry
If not already, then in the very near future, robots will touch every one of us on an almost daily basis. (September 03, 2015)

Vecna Cares About Robotics Standards, Absorbs VGo
Vecna is working with other organizations to develop robotics standards, says CTO Daniel Theobald, who says that automation for its own sake isn't enough. (September 03, 2015)

Canon Spends $3.2B to Widen Focus to Robotics
Camera company plans to increase automated production, while Fanuc readies for IoT. (September 02, 2015)

The Datamaran, A Satellite for the Seas
Each Datamaran generates $600,000 annually. (September 01, 2015)

Special Focus: Robots and the Law

Special Focus: 3D Printing
3D Printing

The new reality of customizable, one-off production:
Additive Manufacturing (AM). Where it’s going, why and what’s
driving its emergence.

Autodesk Acquisition Leads Additive Manufacturing Growth

3D Printing to Aid Next Land-speed Record?

Zimplistic Gets $11.5M for Kitchen Robots
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