New Universal OS Transforms Robots into Intelligent Collaborators that Interact and Learn from Humans, Other Robots

Qobotix coordinates automation between manufacturers’ existing robots to boost productivity, lower costs; Enables flexibility to quickly adapt manufacturing processes while allowing for social distancing to keep workers safe

Qobotix announced today the introduction of its new universal AI operating system to transform collaborative robots (cobots) into intelligent coworkers on the manufacturing floor. After two years of R&D, including active installations of the OS industrial appliance at major auto manufacturers, Qobotix officially unveiled its technology to make existing robots smarter and self-learning.

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Just as Android OS and Apple iOS offer application platforms that run on smartphones, the Qobotix OS platform coordinates industrial automation between manufacturers’ robotic capabilities. Powered by proprietary AI, machine vision, and kinematics, the Qobotix OS’s agnostic plug and play technology enables intelligent factory applications

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Universal Display Corporation Announces Recipients of the 2020 UDC Innovative Research and Pioneering Technology Awards at IMID Korea

EWING, N.J.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Universal Display Corporation (Nasdaq: OLED), enabling energy-efficient displays and lighting with its UniversalPHOLED® technology and materials, announced today the recipients of the UDC Innovative Research Award in Organic Electronics & Display and the UDC Pioneering Technology Award in Organic Electronics & Display. These awards were announced at the 20th International Meeting of Information Display (IMID) conference, which is being streamed virtually August 25 to August 28, 2020 from Korea.

The 2020 UDC Award recipients are:

UDC Innovative Research Award in Organic Electronics & Display: Won Jae Chung, Kyung Hyung Lee, Mina Jung (Sungkyunkwan University, Korea), Kang Mun Lee (Kangwon National University, Korea), Ho Cheol Park, Min-Sik Eum (Doosan Solus, Korea), and Jun Yeob Lee (Sungkyunkwan University, Korea) for their paper “High External Quantum Efficiency (50%) and Long Lifetime (30,000 h) Deep Blue Organic Light-Emitting Diodes”.

UDC Pioneering Technology Award in Organic

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