Content tagged with Medical
posted in November 2012
Influence of Position Measurement on Accuracy in 5-Axis Machining
11/30/2012  2 comments
Due to complex shaping of implants, medical technology is one of the largest fields of application for 5-axis machining and a prerequisite for the economical manufacturing is machines with high-accuracy position measurement.
Update on Thought-Controlled Robots
11/27/2012  14 comments
By focusing their attention on patterns shown on a PC screen, users can control which actions they want a robot to perform, where the robot moves, and how it interacts with its environment.
Slideshow: Making Sense of Connected Sensors
11/26/2012  11 comments
The Embedded Technology 2012 trade show held recently in Yokohama, Japan, focused on five smart technologies: energy, healthcare, agriculture, automotive, and transportation systems, as well as mobile and cloud computing.
Video: Robots Set to Explore Fukushima
11/9/2012  13 comments
The Japanese government is readying its Sakura robot to explore the disabled Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear reactor buildings.
Video: IEEE Programs Give Back
11/9/2012  9 comments
IEEE has launched programs to bring engineering help to developing countries and the rural US.

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