#Robotics

Simply magnetic
Think Green
Simply magnetic
How do you fish something out of the ocean that you can’t see? By using clever “catching methods” for microplastics and nanoparticles.
September 2021
Fully connected
Digital
Fully connected
8,000 times faster than 5G: From 2030 on, the 6G network is supposed to push open the gates to a new communications universe.
September 2021
All work and (some) play
Digital
All work and (some) play
After nearly twenty years of spectacular robot development and the third change in ownership, Boston Dynamics is now aiming to break even with an initial product.
April 2021
Smarter living for seniors
Future Life
Smarter living for seniors
Scientists are working at full stretch on the development of robots for everyday life and technical systems to keep an aging society agile for as long as possible.
April 2021
Of players and helpers
Engineering
Of players and helpers
Automaton, machine, robot, humanoid, android, cobot – no matter what names the artificial entertainers have been given, the foundations of this success story were laid as far back as 3,000 years ago.
December 2020
No limits
In Motion
No limits
Limits exist for the purpose of being pushed and shifted. Just like technological innovations have done time and time again with the limits of what’s feasible. Janis McDavid is happy that this is so.
December 2020
Dr. Digital
Digital
Dr. Digital
Digital transformation in the healthcare sector is in full swing and receiving a boost due to the corona pandemic. Here are a few examples.
October 2020
The end of the cage age
Engineering
The end of the cage age
Cobots, the smaller siblings of gross-motor industrial robots, are making a name for themselves. The specialists at Schaeffler have found a way to make them perform faster and with greater precision.
October 2020
Emergency escape into space
Future Life
Emergency escape into space
Will humans eventually be forced to colonize Mars? “tomorrow” talked to a NASA expert about extraterrestrial life and its hurdles. A cosmic mix of facts on the current state of research.
January 2020
One thing after the other
Engineering
One thing after the other
More than a hundred years ago, the moving assembly line changed the manufacturing process: an awesome success story – and one that could soon be ending.
December 2019
Midgets with potential
Engineering
Midgets with potential
The 2016 Nobel Prize in chemistry was awarded for the fundamentals of building complex nanomachines. Following the early eighties, this new field of research has since seen rapid development.
December 2017
The power of the Machine
Digital
The power of the Machine
Winning games, reading files, diagnosing diseases: will robots soon be smarter than people? And, if so, what will become of us?
December 2016