London | December 2017
'If you employ somebody and they put on a pair of gloves to do their job,' says Shadow Robot's managing director Rich Walker, 'then we think it is worth looking at whether a robot can do some of that job instead.'
London | July 2015
'I made a program to make my house with my robots,' says Thibault Schwartz, developer of the HAL Grasshopper plugin for industrial robots programming. 'That is how everything started.'
Toronto | February 2015
In part 2 of our interview DFM pioneer Sandy Munro talks about the evolution from Design for Automation (DFA) to Lean Design. 'When we moved into computerization of all this stuff, all of a sudden we could take on an aeroplane.'
New York | February 2012
Professor Michael Greenstein of the NYU Polytechnic Institute in Brooklyn talks about 'design for manufacturability' and the role of CAD (computer-aided design) systems in DFM and DFX. Does manufacturing offer opportunities to the digital generation?
The concept of “driverless” had existed for decades, and as time went on, it became a reality. And it is emerging to be the norm in the next decade. Especially because of Google’s most …
Robotics & Automation News | October 20, 2020
Just by spinning its wheels, this car can stabilize itself in mid-air in 402
IEEE Spectrum Robotics | October 19, 2020
Artificial intelligence isn't perfect. In fact, it's only as good as the methods and data built into it. Researchers have detailed a new approach to artificial intelligence that builds uncertainty, …
Robotics Research News -- ScienceDaily | October 19, 2020
Although this month’s much-heralded first delivery performed by a fully autonomous Amazon.com drone was, in effect, little more than a publicity stunt – beta testing of the company’s drone …
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