West Branch robotics team faces big test – SalemNews.net

SalemNews.net West Branch robotics team faces big testSalemNews.netWest Branch's sixth-grade robotics team, from left, Ally Zion, Morgan Brown, Ella Scofinsky, Lydia Cackocic and Alexis Pierce, will compete as one of 30 teams out of over 5,300 worldwide in the Wonder League Robotics competition over the next month. Read more at http://bit.ly/2jswVjy

Coatesville to establish after-school robotics program – Daily Local News

Coatesville to establish after-school robotics programDaily Local NewsCALN >> An after-school robotics program is coming to Coatesville Area Intermediate High School, thanks to a grant. Robotics Program Lead Advisor Brian Ulkloss secured the $6,000 grant after he recently completed a robotics course through Carnegie … Read more at http://bit.ly/2kNX354

ETHOS’ robotics teams compete, qualify for state – Goshen News

Goshen News ETHOS' robotics teams compete, qualify for stateGoshen NewsPHOTO CONTRIBUTEDThese ETHOS Science Center team members participated in the Jan. 15 state qualifying tournament in Griffith, Indiana. Team 2803, Raptor Robotics and Team 12014, Fire Wires won the Fourth Alliance, which advances them to the … Read more at http://bit.ly/2jsEPtd

Where AI and Robotics are Headed in 2017 – Datamation

Where AI and Robotics are Headed in 2017DatamationArtificial Intelligence showed some dramatic leaps in 2016, with robotics and autonomous devices gaining ground and popularity like never before. We've gone from the Roomba automated vacuum cleaner to self-driving cars in just a few years. At that rate … Read more at http://bit.ly/2kNXhJQ

Wessington Springs Robotics Team places in top 15 at state tournament – Daily Republic

Daily Republic Wessington Springs Robotics Team places in top 15 at state tournamentDaily RepublicWessington Springs Robotics Team Co-Head Coach Alex Dean, left, directs the team on how to operate the robots' obstacle course Thursday night at Wessington Springs High School. (Caitlynn Peetz/Republic). WESSINGTON SPRINGS — After finishing … Read more at http://bit.ly/2koZbme

Microbots: Microsoft’s multi-pronged robotics play takes shape – Robotics Tomorrow (press release)

Robotics Tomorrow (press release) Microbots: Microsoft's multi-pronged robotics play takes shapeRobotics Tomorrow (press release)Mary Jo Foley for All About Microsoft: In the early 2000s, Microsoft was all-in on robotics. By the middle of that decade, the company seemingly had all but abandoned the robotics space. But this may be the year that Microsoft may be ...

Hart High Robotics Team places second – Plainview Daily Herald

Plainview Daily Herald Hart High Robotics Team places secondPlainview Daily HeraldHart High School Robotics Team members Josiah Holguin (left) and Alexica Rosette with team sponsor Shane McDaniel, display the second place trophy they received in the TCEA Robotics competition Jan. 21 in Amarillo. They will advance to state. less.and more » Read more at http://bit.ly/2kNPgVd

Ben Logan team competes in robotics event – Bellefontaine Examiner

Bellefontaine Examiner Ben Logan team competes in robotics eventBellefontaine ExaminerBenjamin Logan High School entered a team into the recent robotics state qualifying tournament in Van Wert. The team BLHS Reach, comprised of Hayden Bailey, Steven Hawes, Brent Luttmer, Chase McKinney, Ryan Spatz and Sarah Seeley, built a robot … Read more at http://bit.ly/2kRUxKs

Microbots: Microsoft’s multi-pronged robotics play takes shape – Robotics Tomorrow (press release)

Robotics Tomorrow (press release) Microbots: Microsoft's multi-pronged robotics play takes shapeRobotics Tomorrow (press release)Mary Jo Foley for All About Microsoft: In the early 2000s, Microsoft was all-in on robotics. By the middle of that decade, the company seemingly had all but abandoned the robotics space. But this may be the year that Microsoft may be ...

Ben Logan team competes in robotics event – Bellefontaine Examiner

Bellefontaine Examiner Ben Logan team competes in robotics eventBellefontaine ExaminerBenjamin Logan High School entered a team into the recent robotics state qualifying tournament in Van Wert. The team BLHS Reach, comprised of Hayden Bailey, Steven Hawes, Brent Luttmer, Chase McKinney, Ryan Spatz and Sarah Seeley, built a robot … Read more at http://bit.ly/2jSlznc

Hart High Robotics Team places second – Plainview Daily Herald

Plainview Daily Herald Hart High Robotics Team places secondPlainview Daily HeraldHart High School Robotics Team members Josiah Holguin (left) and Alexica Rosette with team sponsor Shane McDaniel, display the second place trophy they received in the TCEA Robotics competition Jan. 21 in Amarillo. They will advance to state. less.and more » Read more at http://bit.ly/2jSro49

Stäubli Robotics: Gerald Vogt in Charge of Global Robot Business – Packaging Europe

Packaging Europe Stäubli Robotics: Gerald Vogt in Charge of Global Robot BusinessPackaging EuropeGerald Vogt started working at Stäubli almost 20 years ago. In 1997, while studying for a higher degree, he served an internship at the company's main development and production site in Faverges. Today, his role as Group Division Manager puts him … Read ...

St. Peter Catholic School wins Robotics honors – Greenville Daily Reflector

Greenville Daily Reflector St. Peter Catholic School wins Robotics honorsGreenville Daily ReflectorSt. Peter WiredCats Green team members with their research project prototype of a turtle egg protector. From left are David Nguyen, Luis Limon, Elliana Proctor, Hans Guillen, Lauren Hodgson, Lincoln Bond, Brighton Hou and Connor Gay. 013117rcpeter2. Read more at http://bit.ly/2jAaaFe

North American robotics market reaches all-time high in 2016 – Vision Systems Design

Vision Systems Design North American robotics market reaches all-time high in 2016Vision Systems DesignOrders and shipments of robots in North America reached an all-time high in 2016, as 34,606 robots valued at approximately $1.9 billion were ordered, representing a 10% growth over 2015, according to a new report from the Robotic Industries Association …and more » Read ...

Ben Logan team competes in robotics event – Bellefontaine Examiner

Bellefontaine Examiner Ben Logan team competes in robotics eventBellefontaine ExaminerBenjamin Logan High School entered a team into the recent robotics state qualifying tournament in Van Wert. The team BLHS Reach, comprised of Hayden Bailey, Steven Hawes, Brent Luttmer, Chase McKinney, Ryan Spatz and Sarah Seeley, built a robot … Read more at http://bit.ly/2kRyOCy

Robotics teams gather at Frankton Elementary for first-time competition – The Herald Bulletin

The Herald Bulletin Robotics teams gather at Frankton Elementary for first-time competitionThe Herald BulletinMark Maynard | For The Herald BulletinThe celebration is on as two teams score bonus points by balancing both of their robots on the titling bridge simultaneously Sunday at Frankton Elementary School. Robotics teams gather at Frankton Elementary for … Read more at ...

Wessington Springs Robotics Team places in top 15 at state tournament – Daily Republic

Daily Republic Wessington Springs Robotics Team places in top 15 at state tournamentDaily RepublicWessington Springs Robotics Team Co-Head Coach Alex Dean, left, directs the team on how to operate the robots' obstacle course Thursday night at Wessington Springs High School. (Caitlynn Peetz/Republic). WESSINGTON SPRINGS — After finishing … Read more at http://bit.ly/2jSgSHQ

Fondy hosts biggest robotics challenge in state – Fond du Lac Reporter

Fond du Lac Reporter Fondy hosts biggest robotics challenge in stateFond du Lac ReporterFOND DU LAC – Robotics teams from across the state converged in Fond du Lac this past weekend for what turned out to be the largest VEX Robotics Competition in Wisconsin. Local robotics club Fondy Heat hosted 53 Vex robotics teams consisting ...

West Branch robotics team faces big test – SalemNews.net

SalemNews.net West Branch robotics team faces big testSalemNews.netWest Branch's sixth-grade robotics team, from left, Ally Zion, Morgan Brown, Ella Scofinsky, Lydia Cackocic and Alexis Pierce, will compete as one of 30 teams out of over 5,300 worldwide in the Wonder League Robotics competition over the next month. Read more at http://bit.ly/2jSqDFZ

Microbots: Microsoft’s multi-pronged robotics play takes shape – Robotics Tomorrow (press release)

Robotics Tomorrow (press release) Microbots: Microsoft's multi-pronged robotics play takes shapeRobotics Tomorrow (press release)Mary Jo Foley for All About Microsoft: In the early 2000s, Microsoft was all-in on robotics. By the middle of that decade, the company seemingly had all but abandoned the robotics space. But this may be the year that Microsoft may be ...