The DoBot Magician robot from Shenzhen Yuejiang Technology
lock A Chinese startup company has demonstrated what it calls the “first industrial robotic arm for small business”, and has raised more than $400,000 on Kickstarter.
The company describes the “DoBot M1” as a “professional SCARA based robotic arm” suitable for desktop use by small businesses, makers and hobbyists. Dobot was unveiled at CES in Las Vegas.
Shenzhen Yuejiang Technology, the Dobot M1 is a robotic arm with a number of extensions. The robots can also connected together to form a multi-arm system. Continue reading Startup company launches DoBot ‘industrial’ robot at CES
Klaus Fröhlich, BMW’s head of development, at CES
lock BMW has showcased some of its concepts, ideas and developments for autonomous and electric cars at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show.
The company says the projects incorporate “technically revolutionary innovations in automated driving, intelligent connectivity and interior design”.
BMW has committed itself to launching its iNext self-driving, electric and fully connected car by the year 2021. It already has the i3 electric car and the i8 plug-in hybrid sports car.
Continue reading BMW demonstrates new concepts for autonomous and electric cars at CES
Tata Elxsi will be unveiling its latest automotive technology solutions driven by emerging industry requirements for cyber-security, safety, comfort and user experience at the Consumer Electronics Show.
The company will be at CES 2017, booth number 6223, at the Las Vegas Convention Centre.
Tata Elxsi, a global design and technology services company and a leader for automotive electronics and software engineering services, is showcasing key solutions addressing Autonomous Vehicle, Connected Infotainment, Automation, IoT and Artificial Intelligence at CES 2017.
Continue reading Tata Elxsi showcases advanced Automotive technology solutions at CES 2017
Honda’s Asimo robot, at CES a couple of years ago
This year’s Consumer Electronics Show is all set to be the biggest one yet for robotics.
With recent advances in artificial intelligence, combined with newly affordable sensors and other materials required to make the machines, robots are no longer going to be a rarity at any tech event.
In the past, if they’ve been seen at events, robots usually appear at specially designed shows for their kind. But now, they’re everywhere and they’re threatening a total takeover.
Continue reading Robots at CES: They’re coming in too fast
The Consumer Electronics Show will be on soon. January 5-8, in Las Vegas, US. If you’re one of the lucky people going along, send us a picture or note about your highlights of the event.
As a preview to the show, we find out from
Infineon, one of the leading chipmakers for the auto market, what their view of the highlights will be, not just at CES, but also for the year ahead.
Infineon is probably going to face much more intense competition this year, mainly because of
Qualcomm’s entrance into the auto market. Continue reading CES: What’s in it for me?