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TM Robotics Partners with ASG to Sell Toshiba Machine Industrial Robots Worldwide
BusinessWire
Drone without a pilot set to hit the skies of Israel
Daily Mail • Daisy Dunne, Mailonline
TQ Systems Debuts RoboDrive Advanced Robotic Solutions at Automate 2017
BusinessWire
Apple beats Chinese company's copycat claim in Chinese court - CNET
CNET • Zoey Chong
Concur explores virtual reality for the corporate travel market
tnooz.com • Linda Fox
Where's your plan for artificial intelligence?
Information Management Magazine • Subhinden Dhillon
HTC Invests in 33 More AR/VR Startups Through Vive X Accelerator
Road to Virtual Reality • Ben Lang
A drone for pets? IBM patent shows possibility of UAV to monitor your beloved animal
International Business Times • Agamoni Ghosh
As the robotics industry grows, so do security concerns
ITProPortal • Kayla Matthews
OptoForce Brings Sense of Touch to U.S. Robots
BusinessWire
 
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Robotics
TM Robotics Partners with ASG to Sell Toshiba Machine Industrial Robots Worldwide
BusinessWire
ELK GROVE VILLAGE, Ill. & CLEVELAND--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Today TM Robotics, in partnership with Toshiba Machine, announced it has teamed up with ASG, a certified manufacturer, provider, and service center focused on products and automated solutions for assembly. ASG will offer Toshiba Machine robots...
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Natural Gas, Robotics
Drone without a pilot set to hit the skies of Israel
Daily MailDaisy Dunne, Mailonline
A drone that can fly without the help of humans is one step closer to hitting the skies of Israel. Optimus can fly for half an hour without a human pilot on the controls. Its creator, Airobotics, recently became the first in...
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Robotics
TQ Systems Debuts RoboDrive Advanced Robotic Solutions at Automate 2017
BusinessWire
CHICAGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--In its first public appearance in North America, TQ Systems will showcase its innovative RoboDrive technology on Booth 270 at Automate 2017. Tweet this RoboDrive motors were designed by researchers at the Institute of Robotics and Mechatronics of the German Aerospace...
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Apple Inc, Mobile Phones
Apple beats Chinese company's copycat claim in Chinese court - CNET
CNETZoey Chong
A Beijing court has overturned a previous ruling that Apple infringed a design patent of Chinese company Shenzhen Baili and has declared Baili's claims to be unfounded, reports the AFP. Apple didn't have an easy time in China last year. In 2016...
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Virtual Reality
Concur explores virtual reality for the corporate travel market
tnooz.comLinda Fox
Concur Labs, the innovation arm of the travel and expense management tech company, has been exploring virtual reality and possible applications for business travel. The labs team came up with a prototype that could help travel managers deal with a traveller security...
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Artificial Intelligence
Where's your plan for artificial intelligence?
Information Management MagazineSubhinden Dhillon
Be careful what you wish for. Digital 2.0 increasingly allows automation of human based tasks through Robotic Process Automation, Machine Learning and AI. We are all impacted and some municipalities are even trialling “money for nothing” distribution to their citizens. Is Digital...
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Virtual Reality
HTC Invests in 33 More AR/VR Startups Through Vive X Accelerator
Road to Virtual RealityBen Lang
HTC’s Vive X accelerator is a $100 million fund for AR/VR companies that the company announced last year. Today HTC is revealing the second batch of companies that will receive investments and mentorship from the program. 33 seems to be the magic...
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Drones
A drone for pets? IBM patent shows possibility of UAV to monitor your beloved animal
International Business TimesAgamoni Ghosh
The drone design proposes sensors, cameras, voice commands and even a treat dispenser. Leaving pets unmonitored is an everyday affair that animal lovers have to go through. Most people even drop the idea of adopting animals for this very reason. But IBM...
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Robotics, Security Software & Services
As the robotics industry grows, so do security concerns
ITProPortalKayla Matthews
Over the past several decades, advances in robotics have made them practically an industry staple, from heavy machinery and textiles all the way to children’s toys and hobbyist RC vehicles. We trust that these machines are secure, but in reality that’s not...
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Robotics
OptoForce Brings Sense of Touch to U.S. Robots
BusinessWire
BUDAPEST, Hungary--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Robotics company OptoForce today opened a U.S. office missioned with bringing a much-needed sense of touch for robots. Already used successfully in medical and service sectors and other difficult-to-automate assembly tasks throughout Western Europe and Asia, the company’s 6-axis force/torque...
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