Lawrence Technological University’s robot, vuLTUre2, finished fifth in the Auto-Nav Challenge, the main event at the 20th annual Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition held at Oakland University June 8-11.
The Lansing tech nonprofit ITEC is inspiring local youth to become the next great engineers, programmers and movie makers through fun and interactive technology summer camps. Kids will build and bring to life Lego robots, plan, film and edit their own movies, and design and play their own video games.
A new business incubator in Sterling Heights is ready for tech-based startups to move in.
Automation becomes easy with the North American introduction of the KR Quantec K Shelf-mounted robots at NPE, a robotics trade show in Orlando, Fla. April 2-5.
This event is open to anyone who wants to learn about the advances made by Michigan’s robotics technology sector with a strong emphasis on companies who would like to do business in Michigan.
Alex Traster, a first-year biomedical engineering student at Wayne State University, credits much of his educational aspirations to his involvement in the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics program.
This summer, Lawrence Technological University will hold more than 20 enrichment camps to introduce high school sophomores, juniors and seniors to topics that could lead to a college major or a career.
Orion Township-based Applied Manufacturing Technologies, a supplier of factory automation design, engineering and process consulting services, Thursday announced its “Robotic Renaissance” Hiring Initiative to support continuing robotics industry growth.
Adding a little fun into the manufacturing mix, The Auburn Hills-based Delmia business unit of France’s Dassault Systemes has launched an on-demand e-series called “The Robot Whisperers.”
Robotics offers a major opportunity to rebuild Michigan’s manufacturing infrastructure, according to speakers at the Michigan Robotics Day celebration in Ann Arbor Tuesday.