Nixie - the Wearable Camera that Flies - Demonstrates Prototype at CES 20152015-01-11
| Nixie, the wearable camera that flies, was featured on stage at the keynote of the Consumer Electronics show in Las Vegas.
Space and Robotics Projects Fuel Expansion for ARGO UTV Manufacturer2015-01-09
| Following on recent contract awards from the Canadian Space Agency, Ontario Drive & Gear (ODG) has announced plans to expand facilities and staff to accommodate the firm's Space & Robotics Group.
Measurement Technology NW Equipment Installed at the Apparel Innovation Centre in Canada2014-10-29
| Olds College in Calgary, Alberta installed a "Newton" sweating thermal manikin with ManikinPC physiological model software, a customized walk-in climate chamber, and a sweating guarded hotplate system to test products and prototypes.
Helical Robotics Grants Exclusive The Netherlands Distribution of Non-licensed Products to RISQ Robotics2014-10-01
| Helical Robotics and RISQ Robotics announced exclusive distribution rights to Helical Robotics proprietary robotic platform technology in The Netherlands, and non-exclusive distribution within the European Union.
Solid State Optronics USA (SSO) Introduces 800V 1.2A Miniature Solid State Relay2014-09-30
| STR8083 pushes the voltage limit of SSRs and can replace electromechanical relays.
In Space, What's on the Outside Matters2014-09-16
| Upcoming instruments planned for the external space station platform include the Multi-User System for Earth Sensing, the Calorimetric Electron Telescope, Cosmic Ray Energetics and Mass, a Rapid Scatterometer, and the Cloud-Aerosol Transport System.
NASA's Space Station Fix-it Demo for Satellites Gets Hardware for 2.0 Update2014-08-13
| In its second phase of activities, the Robotic Refueling Mission will move past its refueling roots to test out the inspection capabilities of a new space tool called the Visual Inspection Poseable Invertebrate Robot.
Final Flight of European Space Vehicle to Space Station Goes Out With a "Big Bang"2014-08-02
| The fifth and final mission of the European Space Agency Automated Transfer Vehicle, named for Belgian physicist Georges Lemaitre, the father of the big-bang theory, launched July 29 and is delivering new research to the International Space Station.
NASC, Navmar Applied Sciences Corporation Announces AS9100C Manufacturing Certification2014-07-30
| NASC has attained 9100C Certification for the company's Fabrication, Finishing and Production at Johnstown, PA.
Preparing for Mars with MarsTrac; the Open Source Construction Rover Begins in Arizona; Team Leader to Present at International Conference2014-07-15
| Students at ASU developing Mars Construction Tractor will begin testing in the Southwest desert this winter. Group identifies critical needs in space exploration and development, then work to create the backbone of an industrial ecology for Mars.
Space-tested Robot Inspires Medicine and Manufacturing Uses2014-06-30
| Humans doing difficult, repetitive tasks or those who need assistance with movement may soon get a helping hand - literally - thanks to robotic technology developed to serve astronauts in space.
Top Engineering Development and Technology Maturation Projects from International Space Station for 20132014-06-20
| Three of the best technology applications from 2013 were recognized at the third annual International Space Station Research and Development conference on June 18, 2014.
Space Station Top Results for Biotechnology, Health and Education Announced2014-06-19
| At the third annual ISS Research and Development conference June 17, four individuals and their teams received awards for their work in Biotechnology, Health and Education.
Ceramic and Ceramic Hybrid Bearings For The Semiconductor Industry2014-04-24
| Ceramic bearings are non-magnetic, non-conductive, non-corrosive, operate without lubrication, ideally suited for extreme temperatures.
Michael Haralson - Transforming Education with Next-Generation Robotics2014-04-18
| JetSpark Robotics, Ltd., is a robotics and artificial intelligence company
CMicrotek Announces Line of Ultra-Low Current Probes Optimized for Battery-Powered Product Development2014-03-26
| CMicrotek delivers accurate low current measurements, producing better product performance data and enabling predictable product development cycles.
Space Station Working to Solve the Puzzle of Orbiting Satellite Repair2014-03-07
| NASA is building new technologies to refuel and repair existing satellites in orbit. After concluding a successful ground-based test of robotic satellite refueling technology, NASA is preparing for a new round of demonstrations on the space station.