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The Empire State Advanced Robotics Alliance (ESARA) will meet on April 30th, in conjunction with the New York Manufacturing Conference at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
The Empire State Advanced Robotics Alliance (ESARA) seeks to build a strong, well-connected robotics ecosystem in New York State. ESARA includes university researchers, robotics hardware and software suppliers, systems integrators and consultants, workforce and economic development organizations, and manufacturers who use or want to deploy robotics. Please contact Beth Bornick to learn more about ESARA.
Center for Automation Technologies and Systems (CATS) at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Manufacturing Innovation Learning Laboratory (MILL) http://manufacturing.eng.rpi.edu/facilities/mill
Robotics Industry Association
Society of Manufacturing Engineers
American Society of Mechanical Engineers
IEEC Global Spec Inc.
The Empire State Advanced Robotics Alliance (ESARA) will hold a virtual meeting on Monday, December 2nd, from 1:00pm – 2:00pm. We will review the status of New York projects funded by the Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing (ARM) Institu...
The Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing (ARM) Institute has announced their awardees for their 2018 Technology Project Call. (http://arminstitute.org/arm-18-01-projects/). Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has significant participation ...
Join the Industry and Technology leaders of the NYS Advanced Robotics Alliance (NYS-ARA) on October 22 and 23 in Syracuse, NY for an introductory and interest group meeting to learn more about Advanced Robotics, its implications for yo...
The Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing Institute (ARM Institute) has issued a project call that will fund technology development and workforce training activities in the field of robotics. Concept papers are due June 20th and full propo...
You may have seen news about artificially intelligent robots, self-driving cars and drones and think that these are the early signs of a small but growing industry. In actuality, the robotics industry is already very large and still rapi...