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posted in February 2013

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Comment:Mobile Robots - apresher-2/28/2013
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Comment:Current Sensing - apresher-2/27/2013
Comment:Mobile Robots - apresher-2/26/2013
Comment:Mobile Robots - apresher-2/26/2013
Comment:Mobile Robots - apresher-2/26/2013
Comment:Motor Control - apresher-2/26/2013
Comment:Mobile Robots - apresher-2/25/2013
Comment:Plug-In Hybrids - apresher-2/25/2013
Comment:Service Robots - apresher-2/25/2013
Comment:Diesel Cars - apresher-2/25/2013
Comment:Mobile Robots - apresher-2/25/2013
New Class of Mobile Industrial Robots
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2/25/2013  17 comments
A new category of mobile robots uses a localization and navigation engine to enable self-driving operation in indoor plant and warehousing environments.
Comment:Saving Energy - apresher-2/21/2013
Comment:Saving Energy - apresher-2/21/2013
Comment:Saving Energy - apresher-2/21/2013
Comment:Subsea Networks - apresher-2/20/2013
Comment:Tesla Model S - apresher-2/20/2013
Comment:NASA Direction - apresher-2/20/2013
Comment:Saving Energy - apresher-2/20/2013
Saving Energy: Best-Practices & System View
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2/20/2013  11 comments
Looking at the options for saving electrical energy in US factories, industry experts say it’s important not only to look at a number of different technologies but also to adopt a new mindset.
Comment:Network Control - apresher-2/19/2013
Comment:Farm Machines - apresher-2/15/2013
Comment:Service Robots - apresher-2/15/2013
Comment:Hopeful Trend - apresher-2/11/2013
Comment:Smart Sensors - apresher-2/11/2013
Onshoring: A Trend in Automation?
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2/11/2013  22 comments
With automation, companies are able to bring manufacturing back to the US, respond to changing market demands quicker, protect Intellectual Property, and have total quality control.
Comment:Humanoid Robot - apresher-2/8/2013
Comment:Diesel - apresher-2/7/2013
Comment:Snake-like - apresher-2/6/2013
Comment:Boeing's Woes - apresher-2/4/2013
Digital-Mechanical Engineers & 'Nex-Gen' Engineering
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2/4/2013  9 comments
In order for Internet-connected machines to produce substantial efficiency and productivity gains, there are sets of job categories that will be needed to drive growth and help us realize the benefits.
Comment:Big-Data - apresher-2/1/2013
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