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Denmark Open to Automation as Much of Europe Sours
Danes hold the European title of being most open to the use of robots, yet Danish companies are not fully exploiting the potential of industrial robotics because they lack vital knowledge. (February 03, 2016)

Fraunhofer IFF Robots Punch People for Research
Collaborative robots need metrics and rules to know the balance between sufficient force to injure humans and reasonable speeds. (February 03, 2016)

Apellix Readies Drones for Coatings Industry
Jobs that require climbing utility towers or other structures are ideal uses for automation. Apellix has developed its four-part Worker Bee system to address infrastructure needs. (February 01, 2016)

Seegrid’s IP Goldmine: Logistics, and Then Some
The key is the ease of programming and reprogramming the vehicles to “see” and to “learn”. (January 30, 2016)

Farmers Start to Benefit From Automated Ground Vehicles
Robots are rapidly moving into fields to help with lettuce cultivation and weeding, but full autonomy and fruit picking pose challenges. (January 28, 2016)

Rugged, Multi-purpose UGEV: Toolbox on Treads
The UGEV is the first of a new breed of powerful, disaster-ready robots readily capable of taking on tough jobs too dangerous for humans. (January 27, 2016)

Precision Agriculture Cultivates Demand for Drones
Although the FAA has yet to revise its regulations for commercial drone use, both UAV providers and farmers anticipate growing adoption of robotic crop management. (January 27, 2016)

Robotics Takeways From CES 2016
The annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is too much for one person to take in, but we gather some lessons about robotics for you. (January 18, 2016)

Actually Making Things! 3D Printing for 2016
For 2016, according to Terry Wohlers, the “new norm” for 3D printing is big (January 08, 2016)

Five Robotics Predictions for 2016
Don't wait up for flying cars, but robotic farms, factories, and households are coming sooner than you may think. (January 04, 2016)

Ekso Bionics Picks Up $15M via Direct Offering
Ekso Bionics agrees on shares and warrants for $15 million. (December 31, 2015)

Top Robotics Transactions of 2015
Catch up on a baker's dozen mergers, acquisitions, and investments that altered the fast-moving robotics industry in the past year. (December 31, 2015)

The Top 10 Robotics News Stories of 2015
Robots are everywhere, but which developments were of the most relevance to our business audience? (December 31, 2015)

Chinese Firms Invest $20M in Israeli Robotics R&D
China and Israel have been building trade and technology partnerships and expect robotics to be key to productivity, global competitiveness. (December 30, 2015)

Google X Lab Directs Robots to “Address Tangible Problems”
Can Google X now pull the same thing off for robots, sooner than later? (December 22, 2015)



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