Lawrence Tech Hosting Robofest Regionals

Seventy-one teams that have advanced from 10 qualifying events in Michigan will compete in the Michigan Regional Robofest Championship Saturday, April 16, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Ridler Field House at Lawrence Technological University, 21000 W. 10 Mile Road, Southfield


Rochester High School's FEDS FIRST Robotics Team

Rochester’s FEDS Robotics Team Wins In TC

The Rochester High School Robotics Team achieved an overall victory at the FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) Robotics Traverse City District competition March 4-5.


New Robot From Fanuc

Rochester Hills-based Fanuc Robotics America will demonstrate the speed and compact design of its new M-410iB/140H intelligent palletizing robot at Pack Expo  International 2010, held Oct. 31-Nov. 3, at McCormick Place, Chicago, booth N-3406.


39 High School Robot Teams At Kettering Kickoff Saturday

The 11th annual Kettering Kickoff robotics contest will feature 39 teams, including one from Israel, on Saturday, Sept. 18, at Kettering University in Flint. Many of Michigan’s best high school FIRST Robotics teams will compete […]


Troy Security Firm Earns White Paper Presentation

Orion Township-based Pure Entropy Technologies announced that it has been selected to present a white paper at The Ground Vehicle Systems Engineering & Technology Symposium Aug. 19 at the Hyatt Regency in Dearborn.


UM Engineering Students Compete For Top Robotics Prize

Robots developed at the University of Michigan could one day be deployed to war zones to search out and neutralize roadside bombs, thanks to a team of more than 20 engineering students led by Edwin […]


Motorola Foundation Funds MSU Robotics Program

A new program funded by the Motorola Foundation will bring together engineering students from Michigan State University and students from underrepresented high schools to learn principles of engineering while designing and building robots for competition. […]


Matt Roush Reports 06/23

So when will our cars drive themselves? WWJ Technology Editor Matt Roush talks it over with Jerry Lake, robotics program manager at Science Applications International Corp. in Sterling Heights, MI.