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Elizabeth M
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posted in January 2013

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Comment:Re: Ieeew - Elizabeth M-1/31/2013
Comment:interesting - Elizabeth M-1/31/2013
Healthcare You Can Wear
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1/30/2013  29 comments
Vancive Medical Technologies helps partners personalize prevention and wellness with wearable sensors to help doctors, caregivers, and lifestyle managers monitor their health and fitness.
Comment:Re: Waking Up - Elizabeth M-1/30/2013
Comment:Clever method - Elizabeth M-1/29/2013
Researchers Teach Robots Deception by Mimicking Squirrels
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1/29/2013  22 comments
Squirrels aren't exactly the first thing that come to mind when you think about withholding the truth, but researchers have used the bushy-tailed creatures to teach robots to do exactly that.
Comment:Re: Waking Up - Elizabeth M-1/28/2013
Fraunhofer to Create Automation Process for Rotor Blade Production
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1/24/2013  7 comments
Fraunhofer Institute has embarked on a research project to find a way to leverage automation to cut more than 10 percent of the costs out of the current process.
Agile Planet Launches Plug-and-Play Smart Motion Controllers
Product News 
1/23/2013  11 comments
Texas-based startup Agile Planet has released two new smart controllers as part of its flagship product line aimed at simplifying motion control for manufacturing automation and other types of robots.
Comment:Re: Waking Up - Elizabeth M-1/22/2013
Anagear's Low-Power Circuits Harvest & Save Energy
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1/22/2013  15 comments
A Dutch company aims to change the way low-power electronics are designed by creating a separate component for power management to reduce the need for battery power in wireless sensor networks and other applications.
AAEON Releases Embedded Servers for Intelligent Automation
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1/21/2013  Post a comment
Taiwan-based industrial computing manufacturer AAEON has released two new embedded servers that can be used to power intelligent automation solutions in factories and buildings.
Comment:Bleeding edge - Elizabeth M-1/21/2013
Comment:Super cool - Elizabeth M-1/15/2013
Siemens Adds Ethernet to Sinamics Drives to Enable Single-Plant Network
Product News 
1/14/2013  5 comments
Siemens has added support for industrial Ethernet to its Sinamics S120 drive system, providing flexibility for manufacturers that want to deploy a single network across their facilities.
Robots Rapidly Digitize Media Libraries
Blog 
1/10/2013  11 comments
Technology has emerged that can automatically scan and copy entire books into digital media format.
Comment:Well done! - Elizabeth M-1/9/2013
TI Offers Low-Power Converter to Advance Design of Energy-Harvesting Electronics
Product News 
1/9/2013  11 comments
Texas Instruments has released a power converter that helps designers build ultra-low-power consumer electronics.
Comment:Good advice - Elizabeth M-1/8/2013
Rockwell Offers Integrated Mid-Range EtherNet/IP Motion Control
Product News 
1/8/2013  5 comments
Rockwell Automation has integrated several aspects of motion control into one new mid-range solution to help simplify system wiring for machine designers and builders.
Comment:Good point! - Elizabeth M-1/3/2013
Comment:Fun toy - Elizabeth M-1/2/2013


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