Integro Technologies Named Universal Robots Certified System Integrator

first_imgTwitter Share Linkedin Home Industry News Releases Integro Technologies Named Universal Robots Certified System IntegratorIndustry News ReleasesIntegro Technologies Named Universal Robots Certified System IntegratorBy Press Release – October 14, 2016 29 0 TAGSIntegro TechnologiesUniversal Robots Pinterest AdvertisementSalisbury, NC: Integro Technologies Corp., a leading machine vision integrator in Salisbury, North Carolina, has been named a Certified System Integrator for Universal Robots.Universal Robots is a vanguard in the robotics community, and has been instrumental in the rapid introduction, acceptance, and deployment of collaborative robotics worldwide. Through industrial leadership they have established a new sector in the market and lowered the implementation costs associated with traditional robotic safety requirements, vision guided robotic pick-n-place, and multipoint inspection applications.“Integro Technologies is a well-known national leader within the machine vision integration industry. They have already successfully built and deployed several applications integrating vision guidance and inspection with Universal Robots. This new partnership will help accelerate these capabilities in all industrial areas of the marketplace,” said Brian Dillman, Eastern Region Area Sales Manager, Universal Robots.“We are excited to continue building on our Universal Robotics VGR and VGI installation base in North America, and assist manufactures to compete and excel in the international market,” said Shawn Campion, President and CEO of Integro Technologies.For more information about Integro Technologies, visit www.integro-tech.com. For more information about Universal Robots, visit www.universal-robots.com.About Integro Technologies Integro Technologies is a leader in machine vision integration in North America. With over 2,000 installations and more than 700 clients worldwide, Integro Technologies is an innovator in machine vision and system integration providing turnkey solutions, consulting, and support services for a wide range of industries. For more information about Integro Technologies, visit their website at www.Integro-Tech.com.About Universal Robots Universal Robots is the result of many years of intensive research at Denmark’s successful robot cluster, which is located in Odense, Denmark. The company was co-founded in 2005 by the company’s CTO, Esben Østergaard, who wanted to make robot technology accessible to all by developing small, user-friendly, reasonably priced, flexible industrial robots that are safe to work with and on their own can be used to streamline processes in the industry. The product portfolio includes the collaborative UR3, UR5 and UR10 robotic arms named after their payload in kilos.Since the first UR robot launched in December 2008, the company has experienced considerable growth with the user-friendly robots now sold in more than 50 countries worldwide. At just 195 days, the average payback period for UR robots is the fastest in the industry. The company, a part of Boston-based Teradyne Inc., is headquartered in Odense and has subsidiaries and regional offices in the U.S., Spain, Germany, Singapore, Czech Republic, India, and China. Universal Robots has more than 270 employees worldwide. Learn more at blog https://www.universal-robots.com/blog/.Advertisement Facebook Email ReddIt Previous articleAfternoon Brief, October 13Next articlesimplyCMS and The Wine Foundry Launch a Licensing Agreement for Winery Ecommerce Press Releaselast_img read more

XTERRA takes to the trails again in 2010

first_imgIt was just five years ago when XTERRA initiated a stand-alone Trail Run Series to complement its off-road triathlon ventures. The idea was to provide more opportunities for all of America to experience the ‘Live More’ lifestyle and ‘discover the pure beauty of nearby Mother Nature.’Looking at the stats, one might go as far to declare mission accomplished. Since 2005 thousands of runners have gone off-road and the series has expanded dramatically, evolving from a little more than a dozen individual runs to a full-blown nationwide series with 53 races in 16 states stretching from Long Island, New York, to Laguna Beach, California.In 2010, XTERRA has an unprecedented collection of trails to explore for runners of all abilities – from the 5K jogger just looking for something fun to stay active to the competitive half-marathon speedster with dreams of winning an XTERRA national or world championship title in their age group.New in 2010 are series of three or more races in North Carolina, Texas, Ohio, Colorado, Alabama, Arizona and Long Island. XTERRA also welcome back ‘the best’ – those events ‘runners have learned to love in SoCal, NorCal, Georgia, and Philly.’www.xterratrailrun.com Relatedlast_img read more

Deshaun Watson stays late to work with QBs coach after Texans’ loss

first_img Couple gets married at halftime of Patriots-Bills game with help of Buffalo greats Cardinals’ Larry Fitzgerald reaches second-most receptions in NFL history Browns coach Freddie Kitchens says Ravens got away with cheap shot ‘because it’s Odell’ Deshaun Watson’s day is over, but he’s already looking ahead to tomorrow.The Texans quarterback was seen working with quarterbacks coach Quincy Avery on the field at NRG Stadium following Houston’s 16-10 loss to the Panthers. Deshaun Watson took this loss to heart and is already making corrections. Hours after the game, he remains at NRG Stadium working with quarterbacks coach Quincy Avery pic.twitter.com/uBR86SKgJ0— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) September 29, 2019While Watson ran for a score, he finished 21-of-33 for 160 yards and a 75.3 passer rating as he was sacked six times. “It’s very frustrating. Any loss is very frustrating, but especially when we had the opportunities,” Watson told reporters after the game. “Defense created turnovers. We didn’t capitalize on most of them. We had a drive where, you know, we didn’t — I didn’t — scan and pick up the blitz. I held the ball too long and I fumbled the ball and things like that. Related News “So like I said, I’ve got to make sure everyone is locked in, and each and every play, we have to take it one play at a time. We can’t look ahead and we can’t look back. We have to take care of that moment. We didn’t do that today. I didn’t do that today and I’m going to make sure the rest of the season we continue to grow from it, learn from this loss and you know, move on and get ready for the Falcons.”Houston (2-2) is slated to host Atlanta (1-3) in Week 5 action.last_img read more

Man Utd goalkeeper David de Gea could buy Elche CF

first_img Elche’s maximum shareholder, Jose Sepulcre, was negotiating the sale of the club with Christian Bragarnik, although talks have called in recent weeks.  If De Gea steps in to take over the club, he would follow other players in investing the game, such as Gerard Pique, who purchased Andorra recently.  De Gea is a season ticket holder at Elche, which is where his father was born and where he spent part of his childhood. It would cost him around 18 million euros to take over the club.  IN SPORT.ES Upd. on 05/10/2019 at 11:28 CEST According to reports in Superdeporte, Manchester United goalkeeper David de Gea could become the new owner of Spanish side Elche. center_img The Spain international recently extended his contract with United until 2023. 04/10/2019 Rafa Nofuentes De Gea podría comprar el Elche CFlast_img read more

Sky’s the limit for he who dares

first_imgTerry’s love for all things that flew came at a young age. “I grew up in Werribee, where the Tooradin…[To read the rest of this story Subscribe or Login to the Gazette Access Pass] Thanks for reading the Pakenham Berwick Gazette. Subscribe or Login to read the rest of this content with the Gazette Digital Access Pass subscription.last_img

Trail native Craig Cunningham talks about getting a second chance at life

first_imgOn November 19, 2016, during an American Hockey League game between Tucson Roadrunners and Manitoba Moose, Trail native Craig Cunningham suffered a cardiac arrest before the opening faceoff. Cunningham, on the wide-range of support from the hockey community: Here is the transcript from Wednesday’s media conference posted on the Tucson Roadrunners website. Cunningham, on what it means for his mother to be by his side: It means a lot obviously, she was down here watching me when it happened, so she’s been here since day one. My whole life, she’s been the backbone of our whole family, and nothing’s changed now, she’s still there for me every day, and I couldn’t be any more thankful. Cunningham, on the support and response from the Tucson community: Craig Cunningham opening statement: With mother Heather Cunningham watching from the stands, team trainers, medics as well as a group of local firefighter raced to save the Roadrunners’ player. Craig’s Mother, Heather Cunningham: Cunningham, on how he’s feeling day-to-day: I don’t think I will ever find the words to express how grateful I really am; Craig would not be here with us today if these people had not gone that extra mile in every aspect of this situation. The only reason he survived the original incident was the continued refusal to give up in a seemingly hopeless situation. On behalf of the trainers, the emergency responders, the doctors and nurses, the rest of the recovery has followed the same story. The doctors and nurses have monitored him meticulously and caught all incoming problems in their early stages. They have made difficult decisions without hesitating, and have acted effectively under extreme pressure when they were caught between a rock and a hard place. They have run out of options, and had to create new options by pushing the boundaries of things that they have tried and implemented before. Most of all, they have refused to give up in spite of hopelessness, they have given Craig a chance to recover, and that continues to exceed anything that could have ever been expected. These people are nothing short of a gift to mankind, and I will remember the gift that they have given me every time I look at my son. Thank you, from the bottom of my heart. I want to thank everyone, from the fire department to our trainers to the doctors at St. Mary’s, the doctors at Banner, to every single nurse that has helped me so far. If I could actually use some names; from St. Mary’s, Dr. George and Dr. Reza, and from Banner Hospital, Dr. Khalpey, Dr. Hughes, and Dr. Yankis, without those five people, our trainer Deven, and the fire department, I don’t think I’d be here today, so thank you.center_img It feels good, any time you can get some extra support and some extra help from other people, it makes a big difference. It’s nice to know that people are reaching out to try and help you through tough times. Cunningham, on if he remembers anything from the night of the incident: On behalf of the Arizona Coyotes and the Tucson Roadrunners organization, I’d like to take this opportunity to thank everybody involved in this incident that occurred. We’re in the hockey industry, which is about teamwork, commitment, and working hard to achieve a goal – and I can tell you, from being a little bit on the inside here, from day one, I’ve never seen anything like this in my life in regards to the teamwork that the doctors at the hospitals utilized to save a young man’s life. It’s been an incredible venture, we’re happy to see Craig sitting here today, and he’s got a full life ahead of him. All we can do is wish him the best and thank everybody for their commitment in saving his life. Thank you so much. Thanks to a top cardiothoracic surgeon, Dr. Zain Khalpey, and Dr. George Haloftis, a physician at St. Mary’s Hospital as well as other doctors, the Trail Minor Hockey product was able to speak today following an almost unbelievable turn of events as documented in the Arizona Daily Star. It’s been unbelievable, I can’t say enough about the nurses and doctors around here. The people of Tucson, I’ve been getting cards and stuff from people that I don’t even know, so it’s meant a lot to me, I think Tucson’s a great city, and I wish that I could have enjoyed it a little more than I did. Some days are good, some days are bad; It’s more for me right now, kind of mental. I’ve been here for so long, I look up at the roof everyday, the same roof, but the nurses have been pretty good about taking me outside, giving me an hour outside each day, and that’s made a huge difference, but it’s been a pretty big grind, just being in the same spot the whole time, looking at the same thing every day. I don’t remember anything from that whole day, actually. The last thing I remember is playing the weekend before. General Manager Doug Soetaert: As of right now, I probably think that I’m done, but we’ll see when I get back from rehab how it goes. At the level that I was playing at, I don’t know if I’ll ever get back to playing pro, but I don’t know, anything can happen. Cunningham, on how he feels about his future hockey career:last_img read more

Galway GAA Fixtures

first_imgDivision 5 (North) LeagueAt Headford, Headford V Claregalway, 7pm, Ref: T KerinAt Mountbellew, Mountbellew/Moylough V Caherlistrane, 7pm, Ref: P Kelly Division 3 LeagueAt Leitir Móir, Naomh Anna, Leitir Móir V An Spidéal, 8pm, Ref: B Kinneavy Minor B Hurling Championship At Craughwell, Craughwell V Cois Fharraige, 7:30pm, Ref: Peter MurphyAt Bullaun, Sarsfields V Ballygar, 7:30pm, Ref: John RosneyAt Kilbeacanty, Michael Cusacks V Killimordaly, 7:30pm, Ref: John Mc DonaghAt Eyrecourt, Meelick-Eyrecourt V Ahascragh/Fohenagh, 7:30pm, Ref: Peter Campbell Division 7 (North) LeagueAt Menlough, Menlough V St Brendan’s, 12:00, Ref: G DalyAt Monivea, Monivea-Abbey V Caherlistrane, 12:00, Ref: M Collins Sun 26 Jun Intermediate Hurling Championship At Carnmore, Annaghdown V Ballinderreen, 6pm, Ref: P MurphyAt Pearse Stadium, An Spidéal V Clarinbridge 6pm, Ref: P McGrath The Intermediate Hurling Championships and the League takes Centre Stage in Galway GAA this weekend.. Division 8A (North) LeagueAt Ballinasloe, Ballinasloe V Pádraig Pearses, 8pm, Ref: J CahillAt Kilconnell, St Gabriel’s V Loughrea 8pm, Ref: L Kelly Division 6 (North) LeagueAt Dunmore, Dunmore MacHales V Caltra, 12:00, Ref: C Ward Division 8B (North) LeagueAt Milltown, Milltown V Mountbellew/Moylough, 12:00, Ref: A O Connell Minor C Hurling Championship At Kinvara, Kinvara V Ballinasloe, 7:15pm, Ref: Kevin Egan Division 7 (North) LeagueAt Athenry, Athenry V Meelick-Eyrecourt, 7pm, Ref: M RuaneAt Bullaun, Sarsfields V Tuam Stars, 7pm, Ref: M Gavin Mon 27 Jun Junior C Hurling Championship At Carnmore, Carnmore V Annaghdown, 7:30pm, Ref: M Holland Junior C Hurling Championship At Ahascragh, Ahascragh/Fohenagh V An Spidéal, 7pm, Ref: John RosneyAt Ballinderreen, Ballinderreen V Tommy Larkins, 7pm, Ref: Ronan StankardAt Oranmore, Oranmore-Maree V Tynagh/Abbey-Duniry, 7pm, Ref: Michael ConwayAt Cregg, Annaghdown V Mullagh, 7pm, Ref: Adrian MooneyAt Carnmore, Carnmore V Beagh, 7pm, Ref: Richard Mc NicholasAt Loughrea, Loughrea V Meelick-Eyrecourt, 7pm, Ref: Joe LarkinAt Moycullen, Moycullen V Liam Mellows, 7pm, Ref: David EarlsAt Sylane, Sylane V Turloughmore, 7pm, Ref: Charlie Ward Division 4 LeagueAt Headford, Headford V Athenry, 8pm, Ref: G Cahill Sat 25 Jun Junior A Hurling Championship At Kenny Park, Turloughmore V Salthill-Knocknacarra, 7pm, Ref: Leonard FayAt Castlegar, Craughwell V Skehana, 7pm, Ref: Michael Dolan Division 5 (West) LeagueAt Clifden, Clifden V Moycullen, 12:30pm, Ref: TBCAt Ros Muc, Na Piarsaigh V Naomh Anna, Leitir Móir, 12:30pm, Ref: TBCAt Renvyle, Renvyle V Oughterard, 12:30pm, Ref: B Kinneavy Fri 24 Jun Division 2 LeagueAt Caltra Pitch, Caltra V Kilconly, 8pm, Ref: P KellyAt Menlough, Menlough V Caherlistrane, 8pm, Ref: G O ConamhaAt The Priarie, Salthill-Knocknacarra V Kilkerrin-Clonberne, 8pm, Ref: M Mac Gearailt Football Fixtures Division 6 (West) LeagueAt Páirc na bhForbacha, Barna V Salthill-Knocknacarra, 12:00, Ref: S Sheridan Division 3 LeagueAt Monivea, Monivea-Abbey V Barna, 7pm, Ref: K Quinn Junior A Hurling Championship At Duggan Park , Meelick-Eyrecourt V Sarsfields, 12:00, Ref: C BrowneAt Castledaly, Gort V Loughrea, 12:00, Ref: G DonoghueAt Turloughmore, Carnmore V Sylane, 12:00, Ref: Sn MoranAt Duggan Park , Ballygar V Athenry, 1:30pm,  Ref: Sms MoranAt Loughrea, Liam Mellows V Kilnadeema-Leitrim, 12:00, Ref: D Kelly Fri 24 Jun Minor A Hurling Championship At Ballinderreen, Athenry V Ardrahan, 7pm, Ref: Paschal SheehanAt Castlegar, Oranmore-Maree V Liam Mellows, 7pm, Ref: Paul FahyAt Castledaly, Castlegar V Kilconieron 19:15, Ref: Michael Haverty Sun 26 Jun Division 3 LeagueAt Carna, Cárna-Caiseal V Corofin, 2pm, Ref: P Mac DonnchaAt Oughterard, Oughterard V Oileáin Árainn, 3pm, Ref: N Gorham Sat 25 Jun Division 2 LeagueAt Barnaderg , Killererin V An Cheathrú Rua, 7pm,  Ref: G Guinan Division 4 LeagueAt Indreabhán, Mícheál Breathnach V An Cheathrú Rua, 2pm, Ref: M O Mainin Hurling FixturesThu 23 Jun Senior Hurling League At Gort, Mullagh V Turloughmore, 7:30pm, Ref: J Mc Donagh U21 B Hurling Championship At Mullagh, Mullagh V Rahoon-Newcastle, 2pm, Ref: P MurphyAt Ahascragh, Ahascragh/Fohenagh V Gort, 6:30pm, Ref: C BrowneAt Portumna, Portumna V Michael Cusacks, 6:30pm, Ref: G DonoghueMinor  Hurling Championship At Castlegar, Turloughmore V Oranmore-Maree, 6pm, Ref: P FahyAt Killimor, Loughrea V Kilconieron, 7pm, Ref: J Larkin Division 5 (North) LeagueAt Tuam Stars, Tuam Stars V Milltown, 8pm, Ref: R Mc Nicholas Division 4 LeagueAt Kilconnell, St Gabriel’s V St Brendan’s, 7pm, Ref: M Flaherty Junior B Hurling Championship At Loughrea, Ballinasloe V Kinvara, 1:30pm, Ref: D KellyAt Craughwell, Menlo Emmetts V Pádraig Pearses, 1:30pm, Ref: D Cunningham Tue 28 Jun Minor A Hurling Championship At Carnmore, Oranmore-Maree V Athenry, 7pm, Ref: TBCprint WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

Marmion Returns From Injury To Make 150th Connacht Appearance

first_imgKick-off 7:35pm:(15-9) Tiernan O’Halloran, Stephen Fitzgerald, Kyle Godwin, Tom Daly, MattHealy, Conor Fitzgerald, Kieran Marmion, (1-8) Denis Buckley, Dave Heffernan,Finlay Bealham, Cillian Gallagher, James Cannon, Eoin McKeon, Colby Fainga’a,Jarrad Butler (Capt).Replacements (16-23): Shane Delahunt, Peter McCabe, Conor Carey, Joe Maksymiw,Paul Boyle, Caolin Blade, Peter Robb, Cian Kelleher. Ahead of the trip to Glasgow, Friend spoke of the importance of the fixture forthe overall standings in the conference; “It is extremely tight in ourconference with only a few points separating four or five teams, so every gametakes on an even greater importance now. We have picked a side with a goodblend of youth and experience and I have full confidence in them to get aresult on Friday night”. Kyle Godwin and Tom Daly form the midfield partnership, with Bundee Aki and TomFarrell away on international duty. In the back row, Head Coach Andy Friend has retained the same trio that startedthe win over Cheetahs last weekend, with Captain Jarrad Butler starting atnumber 8 and Eoin McKeon and Colby Fainga’a at blindside and open siderespectively. Commenting on the return of Kieran Marmion, Friend added; “The real positivethis week is to see Kieran Marmion back and raring to go after a period ofinjury. He has worked really hard over the past few months to regain hisfitness and he is looking forward to his 150th appearance in a Connacht jersey.It’s a significant milestone and something to be proud of for him and hisfamily.” Marmion forms a half-back partnership with 21 year old Academy player ConorFitzgerald who comes in for Jack Carty. Fitzgerald’s brother Stephen is set forhis second consecutive start on the wing and is part of a back three thatincludes Matt Healy on the opposite wing and Tiernan O’Halloran at full back. Connacht scrum half Kieran Marmion has returned frominjury to take his place in the Connacht side to play Glasgow Warriors inScotstoun on Friday (kick-off 7:35pm). Marmion came off the bench in Connacht’svictory over the Cheetahs last week, but this will be his first start sinceIreland’s win over the All Blacks in November. In the forwards, Dave Heffernan comes in at hooker in a front row that includesloosehead Denis Buckley and tighthead Finlay Bealham. 21 year old Sligo manCillian Gallagher starts in the second row alongside James Cannon. print WhatsApp Facebook Twitter Emaillast_img read more

Sweep gives Leafs early lead in Murdoch Division

first_imgAfter Week One of the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League, the Nelson Leafs occupy the same spot as team did when the last season concluded — on top of the Murdoch Division.Nelson posted a pair of 4-1 decisions over teams from the Okanagan/Shuswap Conference.Ryan Piva scored twice on Opening Night as Nelson dumped North Okanagan Knights at the NDCC Arena.Saturday, four different Leafs scored lifting the Green and White past Sicamous Eagles.Nelson enjoys a two-point lead over second-place Beaver Valley Nitehawks as KI teams continue to fill out rosters for the upcoming season.Piva powers Opening Night winThe veteran sniper Ryan Piva scored twice sparking the Leafs to a 4-1 victory over the visiting North Okanagan Knights at the NDCC Arena.Piva scored in the first and second periods as Nelson built a 3-1 lead after 40 minutes.Leafs captain Jack Karran and David Sanchez added singles. Kalem Hanlon added a pair of assists for Nelson.Ty Toppe scored the only goal for the Knights, outshot by a 49-14 margin including 23-3 in the second period.Leafs clip Eagles for first road victoryNelson scored four unanswered goals — three coming on the power play — to edge Eagles 4-1 Saturday in Sicamous.Justin Hodgson and Leaf captain Jack Karran gave Nelson a 2-1 lead after one period after the Leafs spotted the Eagles the early 1-0 lead. Both goals came on the power play. Logan Wullum, also with the man advantage, and Nelson Minor Hockey grad Kaleb Comishin padded the lead with second period goals.Nelson finished the game out shooting the Eagles 38-25.Caiden Kreitz earned his second win of the season blocking 24 of 25 shots.Lavoie earns firefighter of the game honourVancouver native Mitch Lavoie captured firefighter of the game accolades following Saturday win over Sicamous.“Mitch always wears his work boots to the rink and tonight was no exception. He was solid in his own end and was able to contribute offensively by generating several scoring chances,” the Leafs Twitter account said.The firefighter helmet was donated by Nelson Fire Rescue at the start of last season and is presented to the squad’s hardest working player following each KIJHL game.Humboldt StrongFriday, prior to the North Okanagan-Nelson game, Leafs management held an on-ice tribute to the Humboldt Broncos hockey team.The Broncos were heading to Nipawin, Saskatchewan, in April for a Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League playoff game when the bus the players and coaches were riding on was T-boned by a tractor-trailer. The crash killed 16 people and injured 13 more.After Leafs Head Coach Mario DiBella read the tribute, former Humboldt Broncos player, Ashton McLeod joined captains Jack Karran, of Nelson, and Jaden Hay for the ceremonial puck drop at center ice.Next up a return Murdoch Division ActionAfter seeing two teams from the Okanagan/Shuswap Conference during Week One of the KI season, Nelson hosts a pair of Murdoch rivals this coming weekend.Friday, Grand Forks Border Bruins visit the NDCC Arena. Nelson eliminated the Bruins during last year’s playoffs in seven games.Grand Forks blasted Princeton Posse 8-1 at home Friday before dropping a tough 3-2 decision to Columbia Valley Rockies of the Eddie Mountain Division.A goal by Ryan Skytt early in the third period proved to be the difference for the visiting Rockies.Beaver Valley played just once last weekend, defeating Fernie Ghostriders 7-2 Saturday in Fruitvale.last_img read more