The Covid-19 pandemic has caused a shortage of face shields, putting hospital employees at higher risk. We at Solvelight Robotics have been using our expertise in the 3D printing industry to print face shields for hospitals that are in dire need. We’ve already donated a number of face shields but we cannot keep up with…
The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration(FAA) and Department Of Transpartation(DOT) has recently released new legislation for the societal integration of drones and sUAV’s. The new laws will help perpetuate new job growth, estimating $82 billion in additional revenue over the next 10 years!
The future of automation is looking bright and brings much promise. Of course, with regulation needing to be implemented as a safety guideline, rather than a restriction, SolveLight Robotics is ecstatic about the release of this innovative and autonomous technology that will help shape the future of driving and not to mention improve safety conditions on the roads today.
On Thursday night, July 7th of last week a tragedy in Dallas had occurred. What started out as a peaceful protest against police brutality organized by the Black Lives Movement had a turn for the worst. Police and civilians were caught in the line of fire when a lone gunman had orchestrated a malicious plot to take the lives of “white” citizens, specifically the brave men and women that were patrolling the event.
With Milo a world of opportunity opens up to people who are in need of it.
In the aerial robotics world, there is a multitude of multirotor companies that fill the scene, but only one company that is truly recognized and respected by most and that is, DJI. DJI was one of the first companies that released consumer friendly drones, allowing drones to explode onto the scene. The company continues to find new ways to innovate upon the old design and SolveLight Robotics is delighted to review DJI’s newest model yet, the Phantom 4.
SuitX Phoenix: Affordable, Lightweight, and Modular Exoskeleton. Many of our basic needs and necessities are met because we are capable of getting up and acquiring them, but what about the people who aren’t so lucky.
Aeronavics BOT Compact Professional Quadcopter.
The Factory Of The Future: When you think of a factory, the first thing that comes to mind is heavy machinery, assembly lines, and people. All three components are what allow the factory to operate and produce products.
“If you own a drone, you must register it with the Federal Aviation Administration’s Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) registry. A federal law effective December 21, 2015 requires unmanned aircraft registration, and you are subject to civil and criminal penalties if you do not register.” -FAA