The Annual International RoboBoat Competition has become more nationally known as the STEM workforce get closer and closer to retirement age and industries are looking to fill the gaps before its too late.
On September 11, 2014, The Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) announced AutomationDirect a Finalist in the Corporate Outreach category for the 2014 STEM Education Awards.
While Englewood in Chicago, IL may not have the best reputation nationally, one program, SEEK, is changing that this summer.
NRL Program Director Maureen Carruthers boasted that the students had a great time at the competition and were introduced to the world of manufacturing in the 21st century.
The fellas at Aerotech put together a rap about common motion control issues. So? Who said motion control professionals weren't exciting?
Lego invests in redesigning the STEM revolution. They have maintained a relationship with National Instruments for over 20 years with the purpose of bringing hands-on learning to children in science, technology, engineering and math disciplines and continue to push for modern learning styles.
New product development for Apple means a high-demand for engineers and managers at the plant level to continuously monitor these developments from its suppliers and manufacturers.
U.S. students pursuing a degree in engineering are invited to apply for this program that awards $5,000 scholarships to two students and an additional $1,000 grants to those student's college engineering departments.
In this blog entry, Rob Spiegel, senior editor of automation and control for DesignNews, discusses a fullproof system developed by 4FX Design that used alternative software solutions from CimQuest INGEAR to help students program do-it-yourself robots.
In this blog entry, Dave Greenfield, Automation World, discusses how Georgia Tech closed this gap with the development of a control system that uses sensors to detect human arm muscle movement to help robots anticipate operator movement.