Heidenhain’s new KCI 120 Dplus rotary encoder provides both motor feedback and position measurement.
New support allows full integration of vision-based 3D mapping in ROS 2 designs.
An engineer at the Southwest Research Institute never had any luck using Intel RealSense cameras. But that all changed with the D455 stereo depth camera.
In the end-of-life notice, Intel reiterated it will “continue to sell the stereo products to current distribution customers.”
MOV.ai and Velodyne deliver a complete navigation package for ROS-based AMR solutions.
“We’re winding down our commercial LiDAR business as we maintain our focus on developing and deploying our Waymo Driver across our Waymo One (ride-hailing) and Waymo Via (delivery) units.”
eCapture launches a VGA quality, stereoscopic 3D depth sensing camera as the eCapture G53.
Intel now says the RealSense business unit is winding down and the LiDAR, Facial Authentication and Tracking product lines will reach end of life this month. However, most of the stereo products will “continue.”
ROSCon was scheduled to take place in New Orleans on October 21-23. But Louisiana currently has the highest case rate in the U.S.
RealSense has been a go-to for industry and academia for low-cost, high-quality depth sensing.
“We are winding down our RealSense business and transitioning our computer vision talent, technology and products to focus on advancing innovative technologies that better support our core businesses and IDM 2.0 strategy.”
LaunchPoint Electric Propulsion Solutions collaborated with Offshore Aviation for a successful 90 minute flight trial of the Dragonfly quadcopter.
A computer model relates a finger’s desired position to the corresponding pressure a pump would have to apply to achieve that position. Using this model, the team developed a controller that directs the pneumatic system to inflate the fingers.
WiBotic launches new passively cooled onboard charger and two transmitters that use the latest GaN technology for maximum efficiency
Unity is supporting ROS 2 due to “significant advancements and support of more hardware drivers, networking modules, communication architecture, and several robot algorithms.”
Flexxbotics currently focuses on collaborative robots from UR and recently expanded into Europe.
The Series A supports the launch of the Archimedes Drive, which relies on friction instead of gear teeth to transmit torque.
Ouster shipped more than 1,460 sensors in the second quarter, which is an 342% increase year over year and a 49% increase over Q1.
The ATX West show is next week. Check out our show guide with a curated list of robotic vendors to visit while at the show.
The Puck is a compact LiDAR sensor that provides a 360-degree view with real-time 3D data and a 100 meter range.
ATI Industrial Automation established an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) plan in 2012. The federally-qualified ERISA benefit plan makes employees owners in the company.
Droidlet enables researchers to build robots that accomplish tasks either in the real world or in simulated environments like Minecraft or Habitat.