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Content tagged with Automation & Control posted in April 2012
ABB Robot Package Simplifies Palletizing Automation
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4/16/2012  17 comments
A robot package that puts together hardware and software for automating high-speed, end-of-line palletizing is easier to program and integrate into existing lines.
Single-Camera 3D Microscope Eases Fatigue
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4/13/2012  7 comments
A single-lens 3D microscope is designed to improve the alignment of stereo images and save engineers from the discomfort typically associated with industrial inspection.
Robotic Bugs Tested for Tactical Operations
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4/6/2012  30 comments
The US government is about to begin testing two small tactical robots with motions based on the movements of a flea and a cockroach.




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