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Spaceflight Now, the satellite industry's first robotic service mission, is up and running

The Breeze M upper stage of the Proton rocket, the satellite spacecraft MEV 1 and the communications satellite Eutelsat 5 West B (from left to right) during take-off on the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan. Credit: International Launch Services A groundbreaking Northrop Grumman-built satellite that will dock with an aging spacecraft over 35,000 miles above the Earth and then extend its …

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The research team unveils "Tunabot", the first robotic fish to keep up with a tuna

the development of a high-frequency experimental platform that explores the performance of swimming fish. Picture credits: Haibo Dong Mechanical Engineers at the University of Virginia's School of Engineering, in collaboration with biologists from Harvard University, have developed the first robotic fish that has been shown to mimic the speed and motion of live yellowfin tuna. The peer-reviewed publication "Tuna Robotics: …

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Humanoid robotic flight: Russians launch a missile flight with the passenger robot known as Skybot F-850 and FEDOR

In a critical test, the Russians launched an unmanned Soyuz ferry from Kazakhstan late Wednesday before launching crews to the International Space Station with an improved booster. On the commander's seat was a humanoid robot named Skybot F-850. Using sensors to measure starting vibrations, accelerations and other environmental factors, the robot is docked in the station after five days of …

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Scientists develop robotic shorts that make walking and running easier

Harvard University researchers have developed a new motorized protective suit that makes you feel lighter when walking or running, like a dozen pounds. Scientific American reports that the 11-pound system, which consists of a pair of flexible shorts and a lower-backed engine, could be of benefit to anyone traveling long distances on foot, including recreational hikers. Military personnel and rescue …

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Japanese researchers are building robotic tails to help the aging population – The Independent News

– Advertisement – Japanese researchers are broadening the boundaries of science by developing a robotic tail that extends innate bodily functions – a solution to keep the elderly mobile and productive as the country grows and decreases Workforce has to fight. While robot tails look like science fiction, they are reality in Japan. A research team at the Japanese Keio …

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Electrify America uses an autonomous fast charging station with robotic arms for self-driving cars

Electrify America announced that it will use what is probably the first autonomous fast charging station for electric vehicles and has robotic arms. The EV charging infrastructure company founded by Volkswagen as part of its agreement with Volkswagen The US announced an agreement with Stable Auto, a San Francisco-based electric vehicle fleet loading company in San Francisco, in connection with …

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Robotic contact lenses that allow users to zoom in by blinking the eyes detected by scientists

Scientists have developed a robotic lens that is controlled by small eye movements, including double blinking to zoom in and out. Most soft robots are manually controlled or preprogrammed, but the lenses mimic the natural electrical signals in the human eyeball that are active even when the eye is closed. Researchers from the University of California, San Diego, used these …

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The 7ft robotic arm of the Mars 2020 Rover is installed

In this Image taken on June 21, 2019, Engineers at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory In Pasadena, California, the main robot arm will be installed on the Mars 2020 Rover. (ON A smaller arm for Mars samples will also be installed in the Rover.) The main arm contains five electric motors and five joints (known as Shoulder – azimuth – joint, …

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Scientists make a lifelike robotic fish from multipurpose blood

While typical robots carry bulky single-purpose parts to deliver energy, such as: As a battery or gears, the newly developed lionfish has a unique circulatory system that provides both energy and propulsion. The "blood" that is pumped around the system includes an electrolyte solution that acts both as a hydraulic fluid and as an energy store. The result? A more …

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This robotic fish has robot blood – BGR

If decades of science fiction films have taught us anything, then the bots that are removing humanity from Earth will bleed when the possible robot uprising takes place. Sure, they may spew out Robo-Body-Fluid in greens or blues, but the dangerous AI-powered robots of the future always seem to have some kind of blood. Modern robots do not really have …

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