Industrial Robotics Tech Papers Resource
Industry : Biometrics/Security
A robot as agile as a snake can explore almost any hidden nook and cranny.
The kinetic sculptures of the Korean artist U-Ram Choe are composed of acrylic resin, stainless steel and moving elements, and have been fascinating people for two decades.
Driver assist systems can help save lives by alerting driver of potential danger.
The KUKA youBot is a small mobile robot that has been designed as an open source platform for scientific research and training.
The latest, next generation surgeries are being performed today using Intuitive Surgical Inc.
At an altitude of 11 kilometers above the surface of the earth, the air is very thin.
Surgical simulators that impart the actual feeling of performing surgery provide obvious training benefits.
Triathlon and time trial racing are gaining more and more fans every day.
Inspecting flooded pipes of power plants requires skilled, high-precision handling.
Losing a hand in a tragic event turns everyday tasks into a constant battle.
The tattoo scene is driven by younger artists who have little in common with the old stereotypes.
The tendon-controlled humanoid robot created by the University of Tokyo has more than 160 artificial muscles and is the result of many years of experience.
Golf is becoming increasingly popular and has become a common recreational sport.
In the aviation industry, a wide range of applications is controlled by actuators.