About robots, robot development
and those who make it happen
  • AIA Imaging and Vision

    Founded in 1984, the AIA is the world's largest global vision and imaging trade group serving more than 330 member companies from 32 countries. Their members include manufacturers of vision components and systems, system integrators, distributors, OEMs,…

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  • DVC machinevision

    DVC Machinevision is a distributor for vision components made by OEMs. The company sells machine vision software, industrial cameras, lenses and lighting, and is active in four markets.

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  • Automate 2015

    Automate serves as the biggest solutions-based showcase of automation tools and technologies in North America. It represents the full range of automation technologies as well as solutions for various industries. In 2015, Automata will be held in Chicago…

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  • Arboworld

    Arboworld is een ergonomisch adviesburo in het optimaliseren van arbeidomstandigheden. Robots kunnen een positieve en negatieve invloed hebben op de arbeidsomstandigheden. Ik noem het Arbotics

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  • NTS Group

    The NTS Group is a system supplier in the high tech sector that designs, develops and produces opto-mechatronic systems, modules and components to accelerate the production process. The NTS Group is also involved in a robotics project in the healthcare…

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  • Fantasia Robot

    Nautilus Hyosung developed a guide robot called Fantasia Robot. It can give directions to visitors, and its touchscreen allows to watch ads, check appointments and verify parking tickets.

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  • Goemon

    JSK Laboratory developed Goemon in 1993. This Japanese robot can walk, sit, bow, and perform several other simple movements. It has four legs and eight degrees of freedom.

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  • Goemon

    Goeman II was developed by JSK Laboratory in 1995. This quadruped robot can walk and pose. Goeman II has tactile and vision sensors that can be accessed at the same time.

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  • Manoi PF01

    Tomotaka Takahashi and Kyosho has created Manoi PF01 whose design and programming is based on the style and actions of anime characters. It is equipped with an RC servo module.

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