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Should we be worried about artificial intelligence?

Not really, but we do need think carefully about how to harness, and regulate, machine intelligence.

By now, most of us are used to the idea of rapid, even accelerating, technological change, particularly where information technologies are concerned. 1,299 more words

TECHNOLOGY

Nature inspiring robotics

For many, many years nature has inspired engineers in evolving and enhancing technology to create powerful and proficient robots. Here are some examples of current creative developments. 419 more words

DC Servo Motor, Robotics, Automation

Design considerations for an exoskeleton for children

Developing Exoskeletons for children present their own engineering challenges simply because children are still growing.

Exoskeletons were largely developed for people that have sustained paralysis or suffer muscular dystrophy. 343 more words

DC Servo Motor

Inspired by nature. Created by engineering. Powered by maxon.

Biology and engineering have been combined to create the world’s first prosthetic foot with propulsion powered from a maxon DC motor.

Our calf muscles provide the essential power, control and stability for walking. 255 more words

DC Servo Motor, Robotics, Automation

A new prosthetic bionic hand

Prosthetics are a significant engineering challenge because of their conflicting DC motor design goals: high torque, high speed, compact size and the DC motors need to be as energy efficient as possible. 259 more words

DC Servo Motor, Robotics, Automation

Shining a light on motor applications.

Brushless flat DC motor with hollow bore for air and light transmission.

Today we exhibit a new motor development featuring a Brushless DC (BLDC) flat motor. 183 more words

DC Servo Motor, Robotics, Automation