Chipmaker STMicroelectronics and robotics company Asratec have partnered to develop and demonstrate a humanoid robot at a recent industry event in Japan.
The companies say the development is in recognition of the observation that the internet of things is becoming a part of people’s lives.
This means that network-connected embedded systems – such as robots – “are growing more important than ever”. Continue reading STMicroelectronics partners with Asratec to demonstrate humanoid robot
Mouser Electronics has reached a global agreement with Robotis to distribute the company’s components, which include a range of controllers, servo motors, industrial actuators, and open-source development boards.
The Robotis portfolio is now available from Mouser Electronics, although it’s not clear whether complete versions of the company’s humanoid robots and its TurtleBot will be sold through Mouser.
Robotis’ OpenCM9.04 open-source controllers run on an STMicroelectronics STM32 F1 microcontroller with a 32-bit ARM Cortex-M3 core. Continue reading Mouser Electronics to distribute Robotis components