Global Hawk Drone Replaces U-2 Spy Plane: Here Comes Automated Warfare
The Air Force's U-2 spy plane, in use for 59 years, is being replaced by Northrop Grumman's RQ-4 Global Hawk drone. We examine this move towards automated warfare.
(March 04, 2014)
Kinova Honored for JACO Robotic Arm
Kinova Robotics received the prestigious Innovation 2014 Award from the German Paraplegia Foundation for its JACO robotic arm, a six-axis robotic manipulator arm with a three-finger hand that can be integrated in almost all models and configurations of power wheelchair controls.
(February 28, 2014)
iRobot Stock Hits All-Time High
iRobot hit an all-time high today of $42.88 per share and ended the day up 4.29 points (11.38 percent). Here's why the stock climbed so high.
(February 11, 2014)
iRobot and Adept Rise on Google’s Robot Play
iRobot skyrockets while Adept is also rallying.
(December 17, 2013)
Fire Scout Upgrade Saves Navy Cash
Northrup Grumman set to make big profits from new Fire Scout upgrades.
(November 27, 2013)
Future Robot at the Forefront of South Korean Consumerism
Future Robots champions South Korea's service robotics industry.
(November 26, 2013)
Solarbrush Mobile Robot Fights Global Warming
The solarbrush mobile robot aims to clean desert solar arrays, capitalizing on a growing sunbelt market.
(November 11, 2013)
Robot Pride Day for NASDAQ’s Closing Bell
The happiest guy in Gotham on that Tuesday evening will be Frank Tobe.
(November 08, 2013)
Rethink Inks Distribution Deal with Nihon Binary
(November 06, 2013)
Robo-Stox—the ETF— NASDAQ Bound Goes Live!
ROBO will hold companies with market values that are greater than $200M.
(October 21, 2013)
3D Printing and Robots to Replace Supply Chains
He has been doing some serious noodling over the concept of goodbye supply chain.
(October 11, 2013)
The Rise of Silicon Valley Robotics Startups
Robotics is drafting off the last 30 years of evolution of personal computing technology.
(October 10, 2013)
Grabit Inc. Clinches $6M Series A with Eyes on Material Handling Industry
Startup Grabit Inc. plans to disrupt the materials handling industry with low-cost gripping technology for robots.
(October 07, 2013)