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Elizabeth M
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posted in November 2012

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Aerotech Bolsters Motion Controller With EtherCAT Support
Product News 
11/21/2012  3 comments
Aerotech has enhanced its machine controller with support for EtherCAT, which lets engineers build I/O into an integrated platform that provides performance motion, motion tools, and diagnostics.
Video: What Do You Call a One-Armed Bartender?
Blog 
11/19/2012  19 comments
JAMES, a robotic bartender, can take orders, serve drinks, and respond to commands from customers.
Robots Take Human Factor Out of Mining
Blog 
11/16/2012  21 comments
Engineers have developed robots to take the human factor out of mining work and provide automation in the process, making it more efficient and less dangerous for the people involved.
Video: German Robot May Beat You at Ping-Pong
Blog 
11/15/2012  13 comments
A German research team created the first robot that can not only play ping-pong like a human, but also improve its game by learning from its human opponents.
Comment:Re: Diversity - Elizabeth M-11/12/2012
Comment:Re: Diversity - Elizabeth M-11/12/2012
Want to Generate Energy? Go Fly a Kite
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11/12/2012  26 comments
Kite energy farms are more efficient, economical, and environmentally friendly than wind turbines, according to Nature Technology Systems.
Comment:Great news! - Elizabeth M-11/9/2012
Comment:Wow - Elizabeth M-11/5/2012


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