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Held Receives MURI Award To Help Robots Solve Problems

David Held, an associate professor in Carnegie Mellon University’s Robotics Institute, is one of two CMU faculty members selected to lead teams receiving Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI) funding from the Department of Defense (DoD). The 2024 MURI awards total $221 million and will support 30 teams at 73 academic institutions across the country. At CMU, Held will lead a...

Omron Automation Honors Flow Waterjet With Innovation Award and Donation to SME Education Foundation

Feb 15, 2024

– Omron Automation is thrilled to honor its esteemed customers with the annual Innovation Award. The 2023 Innovation Award has been awarded to Flow, a global leader in waterjet cutting technology, for developing a revolutionary web interface with IIoT capabilities....

Held Receives MURI Award To Help Robots Solve Problems

Apr 16, 2024

David Held, an associate professor in Carnegie Mellon University’s Robotics Institute, is one of two CMU faculty members selected to lead teams receiving Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative (MURI) funding from the Department of Defense (DoD). The 2024 MURI awards total...

How Process Automation Enables Sustainability

Jul 2, 2023

How Process Automation Enables a Sustainable Future: Foundations for Environment, Social and GovernanceProcess automation’s future is being shaped by three key trends: Sustainability, Digital transformation, and Flexible production. This blog focuses on how our Process Solutions, powered by our DCS,...

Omron and Neura form cognitive robot alliance

Apr 5, 2024

METZINGEN, Germany and PLEASANTON, Calif. — Neura Robotics, a global pioneer in cognitive robotics, and Omron Robotics and Safety Technologies Inc., a global leader in industrial robotics and automation, are excited to announce their strategic partnership. The strategic connection between...

MIT engineers design flexible “skeletons” for soft, muscle-powered robots

Apr 9, 2024

They’ve demonstrated a handful of “biohybrid” robots that use muscle-based actuators to power artificial skeletons that walk, swim, pump, and grip. Now, MIT engineers have developed a spring-like device that could be used as a basic skeleton-like module for almost...

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