Robotics

CU-Boulder: Progress reported in far side of moon telescope project

CU-Boulder: Progress reported in far side of moon telescope project

BOULDER -- An astronaut orbiting Earth in the International Space Station has remotely directed a NASA rover in California to unfurl an "antenna film" that scientists at the University of Colorado... Read More

By: Steve Tuesday July 2, 2013 0 comments Tags: Boulder, CU-Boulder, Jack Burns, Terry Fong

SparkFun to host fifth annual robotics competition at Boulder Reservoir June 8

SparkFun to host fifth annual robotics competition at Boulder Reservoir June 8

BOULDER - SparkFun Electronics will host the fifth annual Autonomous Vehicle Competition on June 8 at Boulder Reservoir. Each year, the AVC invites teams from all over the world to take part... Read More

By: Steve Thursday May 30, 2013 0 comments Tags: Boulder, Chris Taylor, SparkFun Electronics

Loveland robotics workshop connects companies with resources, spotlights UAS potential

Loveland robotics workshop connects companies with resources, spotlights UAS potential

By Steve Porter InnovatioNews LOVELAND - About 50 representatives of local robotics and unmanned aviation systems (UAS) companies and firms that service them were able to connect with... Read More

By: Steve Thursday April 25, 2013 0 comments Tags: Ben Slocumb, Brian Argrow, CU-Boulder, DA2 Consulting, Dave Lung, FAA, Loveland, Numerica Corp., Roger Lopez, Stan VanderWerf, UAS

Loveland robotics cluster symposium and workshop set for April 24 at RMCIT

Loveland robotics cluster symposium and workshop set for April 24 at RMCIT

LOVELAND - The City of Loveland will host a half-day workshop on robotics and unmanned systems on April 24 at the Rocky Mountain Center for Innovation and Technology, 815 14 th St. SW. The... Read More

By: Steve Tuesday April 9, 2013 0 comments Tags: Brian Argro, David Lung, Kimon Valavanis, Loveland, Marcie Erion, Ro0ger Lopez, robotics cluster, Stan VanderWerf

CSU's 3-D print lab extends services to campus, community to fast-track ideas into reality

CSU's 3-D print lab extends services to campus, community to fast-track ideas into reality

By Steve Porter InnovatioNews.com FORT COLLINS - Three-dimensional printing is opening up doors to manufacturing once deemed impossible. Three-D printing - also known as additive... Read More

By: Steve Wednesday March 13, 2013 0 comments Tags: 3-D printing, Cimatron, David Prawel, Fort Collins, Idea 2 Product Lab, Loveland, LulzBot, Massive Dynamics, Oscar Hines, Richard Weir, Terry Wohlers