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Bench Talk for Design Engineers

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Ensuring the Electrical Safety of Powered Exoskeletons Alex Misiti
Exoskeleton use in improving the mobility of patients with spinal cord injuries, helping industrial workers lift heavy objects, and enhancing soldiers’ abilities on the battlefield are obvious benefits, but designers and engineers must remove safety risks to ensure the health and well-being of users.

New Touch Encoder Technology Makes User Experience More Intuitive Grayhill, Inc.
Industrial designers are always looking for ways to improve user interface controls by combining functionalities of rotary switches, pushbuttons, trackballs, potentiometers, and touchscreens. In doing so, they can save on component costs and streamline the user experience. Now, Touch Encoder technology is available that helps modernize and simplify designs, while also making it much easier to support applications with multiple languages or configurations.

Biodesign by Design: A Look at Soft Robotics Mouser Staff
Building machines that can replicate the delicate touch of a human hand is a complex undertaking. Soft robotics uses soft, compliant mechanisms and actuators, built using fluids and flexible materials to enable a wide range of motion, making them more suitable for things like exoskeletons or wearables.

Robotic Suitcases Solve Several Travel Headaches Traci Browne
Tired of lugging your carry-on around the airport? Engineers now have a solution: Robotic suitcases that will follow you through the airport, charge mobile devices, weigh themselves, and more.

Flippy the Burger-Flipping Robot Jeremy Cook
While better wages and benefits are the normal way to recruit and retain employees, one innovative solution implemented in a Pasadena, California restaurant was to simply bolt the employee to the floor. Seriously. While this would get any human manager or restaurant owner in trouble with several organizations, the new burger-flipping robot—called “Flippy”—has solved retention and productivity issues.

Carrying an Intelligent Conversation with Chatbots Paul Golata
Have you ever knowingly encountered a chatbot? A recent experience left me frustrated, yet smiling when I realized that “Albert, the Customer Service Agent” was really “Albert, the AI Chatbot.” Even cooler is that “Albert, the AI Chatbot” was good enough to have fooled me into thinking I was talking to a human.

Android and Human Interaction: Warp Speed Ahead Paul Golata
Humanity is proceeding with warp speed in the interaction between humans, robots, and even androids—robotic machines that resemble human beings.

Reverse Engineering K9: The Lovable Cobot Dog from Doctor Who Alex Misiti
Although the Dr. Who K9 is said to be from the year 5000, many of the highly advanced (and at the time, fictional) capabilities he possessed are now a reality in 2018.

Lost in Space Robot Evolves in Motion John Blyler
The Netflix reboot of the 1965 TV classic Lost in Space offers a fun way to appreciate the evolving technology behind inertial navigation systems (INSs). Changes in the Robinsons’ famous robot reflect advances ranging from spinning gyros to tiny microelectromechanical system (MEMS) chips.

Cobots: A Major “Motion” Feature of Star Wars Jeremy Cook
In Star Wars, aliens, spaceships, and planets change as the epic tale unfolds, but one aspect is constant: The collaborative robots, known as “droids,” who follow the heroes to the end of their journey.

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