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Montreal’s ÉTS Focuses on Real-World Robotics
We go inside ÉTS' Control and Robotics Laboratory to find the secret to its success. Read more.
We discuss, among many other topics, the message RoboLaw sends to venture capitalists and the regulatory environments in Europe and the United States. View RoboLaw: Inside the Guidelines on Regulating Robotics


Game Changer Awards: Early Bird Deadline Approaching
Early bird deadline is Friday, Aug. 15. Don't miss out on discounted pricing!

ABB Opens Regional Robotics Hub in Singapore.
The RBR50 company's action is expected to strengthen robotics, and manufacturing, in that technology-oriented nation.

Second Lawsuit Adds to Seegrid Drama
Former CEO of Seegrid keeps the fight alive in a shareholder derivative lawsuit.

In-Depth Analysis
Patent Eligibility of Software in the Wake of the Alice Corp. v. CLS Bank Decision
Robotics companies seeking patents on software-related innovations should focus on system claims directed to the combination of software and hardware elements.

Savioke SaviOne Robot Butler Debuts at California Hotel
If this hotel-funded trial is successful, it is expected that 1-2 robots will be rolled out across all Aloft locations.

Aquatic Drone Collects Real-time Data of Hawaiian Storms
The Liquid Robotics' Wave Glider is aiding hurricane preparedness by gathering and transmitting data from the ocean.

RobotsLAB Makes STEM Education More Engaging
RobotsLAB uses drones, rovers and other robots manufactured both by itself and other companies as teaching tools to engage students in STEM education.

Seegrid Shareholders Battle for Financial Future
Seegrid's recently ousted CEO and his investment group are suing Seegrid's majority shareholder, grocer Giant Eagle, alleging mismanagement and more.

Bargain Hunting for Robotics Investments? Act Now!
A quick look around the globe sees big money beginning to flow in a big way.

What’s Wrong with Supply Chains? Plenty!
The “Old” Supply Chain is showing its age: it’s grown too complex, too long, and too fragile

Agricultural Drone Test Site in NY Receives FAA Approval
The FAA will use Canada’s PrecisionHawk Lancaster Platform for its research, a drone that has a four-foot wingspan, weighs three pounds and carries a 2.2-pound payload.

In-Depth Analysis
How Robots Can Help Clean up Space Junk
To continue the use of Earth’s orbit in the long term, the growing amount of space junk needs to be cleaned up. Here's how robots can help.

Clearpath Hopes to Get Down and Dirty with Grizzly
All-terrain, autonomous utility vehicle offers performance of a tractor and precision of an industrial robot

Japan, New Zealand Team Up on Healthcare Robots
University of Auckland will work with Shinshu University to improve an exoskeleton designed to help stroke patients regain mobility.

Hurco Files Patent for Adapter that Turns CNC Machines into 3D Printers
Not everyone is sold on the feasibility of the idea as practical issues remain to be solved.



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.


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UPS, Stratasys Expand 3D Printers to 100 Stores Nationwide

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