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Danish Technological Institute, Denmark - IFR-R&D Institute

Great interest in the new DTI Centre for Robot Technology

Danish Technological Institute's (DTI) Centre for Robot Technology needed all of its 1,100 new square metres of laboratories and offices, as around 500 guests from Denmark and abroad on the 9th of November attended the opening of the new centre, which is three times the size of the previous centre.

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RIA, USA - IFR-Industry Association

North American Robot Orders Fall 25% in 2009 But Positive Signs Emerge in Fourth Quarter

North American robotics companies saw orders for new robots fall 25% in 2009, but the decline slowed considerably in the fourth quarter, according to new statistics from Robotic Industries Association (RIA), the industry's trade group.

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RIA, USA - IFR-Industry Association

Dean Elkins of Motoman Leads RIA in 2010 as Chairman

Dean Elkins, Senior General Manager of Motoman Inc. (West Carrollton, Ohio), has been elected as the new Chairman of Robotic Industries Association (RIA) for 2010.

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ABB, Sweden - IFR-Partner

ABB robotic technology helps produce China´s 10 millionth vehicle in 2009

China's 10 millionth vehicle in 2009 was recently produced on a First Automotive Group Corporation (FAW) production line powered by ABB welding robots.

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KUKA, Germany - IFR-Partner

A KUKA robot created urban art in the heart of New York

New York/Augsburg - For years, the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich has used a KUKA robot as a digitally controlled master builder. The latest project by the Swiss professors of architecture Fabio Gramazio und Matthias Kohler was recently demonstrated on a traffic island in the center of New York: a KR 150 stacked the traditional New York bricks, known as brownstones, into walls with a highly unusual surface appearance.

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Wittmann, Austria - IFR-Partner

W8 Robots with open control architecture

Usually removal robots for the plastics industry are autonomous and in themselves closed systems, which integrate all internal components, like decentralized control cards, servo modules, as well as teach-in user interfaces. Common removal robots simply provide digital in- and outputs for external communications.

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FANUC Robotics, USA - IFR-Partner

FANUC Robotics Expands Certified Robot Training Program with M-1iA Robot

FANUC Robotics America, Inc. has added its M-1iA robot to the Certified Education Robot Training (CERT) program line-up.  Launched in 2008, the CERT program certifies instructors at educational institutions to train their students to program FANUC robots through on-line and hands-on training courses.

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Dürr, Germany - IFR-Partner

Dürr acquires glueing technology specialist

The Dürr Group acquired the business operations of the firm Kleinmichel, Bernried, on January 25, 2010. The company specializes in glueing equipment for automobile manufacture and general industry.

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Dürr, Germany - IFR-Partner

Open House in March

Dürr Presents Innovative Technologies for the Reduced Use of Energy and Resources

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FANUC Robotics, USA - IFR-Partner

FANUC Introduces M-3iA Intelligent, Flexible, and High-Speed Assembly Robot

FANUC Robotics America Inc. has introduced the new M-3iA intelligent, parallel-link robot designed to maximize speed and flexibility for assembly, small part handling and picking applications.

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