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ARM
Robotics

ARM (Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing) is pleased to announce six new selected projects from its fourth Technology Project Call that took place earlier in 2019. With the selection of these six projects, more than 40% of ARM Members are involved in one or more project. Pending final negotiations, ARM plans to provide more than $2.5M in funding...

ARM
Robotics

Carnegie Mellon University researchers and robots will soon occupy a state-of-the-art facility at the newly constructed Mill 19 building on the 178-acre site known as Hazelwood Green.

The first building of the new Hazelwood Green development, Mill 19 once served as the location of the Pittsburgh region's most productive steel mills, employing more...

ARM
Robotics

Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing (ARM), a Manufacturing USA® institute, is honored to be named as a Pittsburgh Tech 50 finalist in the Innovator of the Year: Community Tech category. This is a new category for 2019 that celebrates Pittsburgh technology companies dedicated to helping the community. Now in its 23rd year, the Annual Tech 50 honors...

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Printed Electronics Now
Fabrics, Flexbile Hybrid Electronics, Photonics, Robotics

Governments worldwide are partnering with industry and academia to boost research into the field of printed and flexible electronics. For example, the European Union (EU) has put considerable financial resources into a host of projects. In the US, the most notable project is NextFlex, which is helping to advance manufacturing capabilities for...

Media Planet
Artificial Intelligence, Robotics

History is marked by times of innovation that change the job landscape, which can create challenges for manufacturers and employees caught up in the accelerating pace of automation. We know we are living in the fourth industrial revolution, and robotics and artificial intelligence (AI) are at the core of this transformation — and of this challenge....

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ARM Innovation in fish
ARM
Robotics, Workforce

ARM’s FISH (Collaborative Robotics to Foster Innovation for Seafood Handling) Project, led by Northeastern University, was awarded a $2.5M grant from the National Science Foundation. The FISH Project was awarded ARM funding through the organization’s first formal Technology Project Call that took place in October 2017.

The FISH Project directly...