Posts Tagged ‘robots’

Discovery: Boeing Grant Backs Tech+Human Teamwork, UNT Works on HDL Drug Delivery

Posted by Lance Murray


Whats new, next, and reimagined in Dallas-Fort Worth ResearchBoeing Co. has given researchers at the University of Texas at Arlington a grant to help the company better understand future learning environments in which such technologies as

Mexican Pasta Maker Goes High-Tech at Cleburne Facility

Posted by Lance Murray

Pasta comes in many forms — circles, twists, stars, tubes, and even boringly straight — but no matter the pasta’s shape, the new La Moderna plant and U.S. headquarters in Cleburne is a modern, high-tech center for manufacturing plenty of

RoboKind’s New Robot Teaching Kids to Be Tomorrow’s Coders

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Jett makes an embarrassed face, then raises his arm in dramatic style like Shakespeare before breaking into a dance routine.

All the commands were fed into Jett, a two-foot tall robot, by elementary students at Pantego Christian Academy. They drag …

California’s REX Real Estate Plans Expansion into Dallas

Posted by Lance Murray

A Woodland Hills, California-based real estate brokerage that operates outside the multiple listing service is planning to enter the Dallas market some time in the third quarter this year.

REX Real Estate Exchange recently launched in Austin.

“We are extremely …

UTA Emotional Robotics Lab
Looks at Human-Robot Bonds

Posted by Lance Murray

Can a robot fill in the emotional gap needed to be a companion or caretaker to humans, providing emotional or physical support?

That’s what the new Emotional Robotics Living Lab at the University of Texas at Arlington is looking into.

Q+A: NTT Data Services CTO Talks Automation, Future of Workforce & His New Role

Posted by Heather Noel

Dallas Innovates Q+A (Images: Istockphoto)Kris Fitzgerald has spent decades working in the IT sector, but it’s the role he took in January that has been the most fun, he said.

As NTT Data Services’ newest chief technology officer, Fitzgerald is helping the Plano division …

Unmanned Vehicles: Key Takeaways from XPONENTIAL

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Unmanned vehicles are boldly going where divers, helicopters, and workers hanging by ropes have gone in the past.

Industry experts gave insight from the front lines of drone technology at the keynote panel Thursday for the XPONENTIAL 2017 conference at …

All Things Unmanned:
Dallas Innovates First Look

Posted by Michael Samples

XPONENTIAL is drawing big crowds of technology fans this week to the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in downtown Dallas where they learned the latest on all things unmanned.

The event, which ends Thursday, features leaders in the global community …

All Things Unmanned: XPONENTIAL Brings Drones and Robots to Dallas

Posted by Julia Falcon

Leaders in the global community of unmanned systems —  including drones and robots — are coming together next week in Dallas to discuss the future of that industry. 

The Arlington, Virginia-based Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International, will be hosting …

Safe & Secure: Knightscope Robots are on Patrol

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Armed with 360-degree cameras, license plate recognition, and the ability to sniff out and identify cell phones, the new K3 and K5 autonomous robots could revolutionize building security and, someday, law enforcement.

Developed by Knightscope, the wheeled robots have been

GM Adds New Robots to Assembly Plant in Arlington

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Robots have a new job at General Motors Assembly Plant in Arlington.

With a full-size SUV rolling off the assembly line every minute, 24 hours a day, six days a week going to customers all over the world, there’s no …