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Yale Works with Seegrid to Provide Vision Guided Reports
Modern Materials Handling Looks at Pcdata USA Pick Cart
Arrangement Produces Innovative Self Stabilizing Truck
Aerospace Manufacturers Expand Ultriva Implementation
Trilogiq USA GRAPHIT Generates Changes in Production
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Select Models of Seegrid AGVs Only Available to Europeans
Ultriva Webinar Well Attended by Supply Chain Leaders
Manufacturing Journalist Writes about Food Safety for GFSR
ETO Manufacturers Turn to Streamline Systems ETO blog
New Hiring Continues at Seegrid with Sr Electric Engineer
MODEX Exhibitor Ergologistic Profiled in Business Excellence
Ed Kincer Vital to Pinnacle Strategies Success
The race to conquer the Matterhorn
Swiss mark momentous race to conquer Matterhorn
Decline in new Ebola cases stalls
Fighting the denial that hinders the end of Ebola
Raped, beaten and sold: Yazidi women tell of IS abuse
Yazidi girls tell of horrific abuse at hand of Islamic State group
VIDEO: FAO Schwarz flagship closes in New York
FAO Schwarz flagship store is closing in New York City. Nada Tawfik takes one last look at this toy wonderland.
VIDEO: Escaped drug lord hunted in Mexico
A manhunt is on after a notorious drug lord, known as El Chapo or Shorty, escaped from prison in Mexico.
VIDEO: Probe's photo of dwarf planet Pluto
The New Horizons probe has reached Pluto after a 10 year journey of three billion miles (4.8 billion km).
VIDEO: Traffickers charging migrants £1,200
A network of people smugglers is orchestrating the apparent chaos in Calais which sees migrants trying to board lorries and trains to cross the English Channel.
VIDEO: Why are so many Americans behind bars?
More people are in prison in America than anywhere else in the world. President Obama and politicians from both parties want to change that.
Millions watch Deirdre Barlow funeral
Almost 8 million people tune in to say goodbye to Coronation Street's Deirdre Barlow, following the death of actress Anne Kirkbride.
BBC boss 'fights back' at critics
The BBC's director general launches a robust defence of the corporation's programming amid claims that it has strayed from its public service remit.
Man City complete £49m Sterling deal
Raheem Sterling becomes the most expensive English player ever, joining Man City in a deal that could reach £49m.
No bitterness over move - Van Persie
Robin van Persie says he has "no hard feelings" over his move from Manchester United to Fenerbahce and could see it coming.
Ex HSBC boss 'we didn't get it right'
Former HSBC boss Lord Green has admitted the bank "didn't get everything right" when buying the Swiss private bank at the centre of a tax evasion scandal
JP Morgan profits beat forecasts
Wall Street banking giant JP Morgan Chase reports stronger quarterly profits, but earnings at Wells Fargo fall slightly.
SAS march deaths 'due to neglect'
Three reservists who died on an SAS selection march would have survived if the hike had been stopped when other soldiers fell ill, a coroner says.
Reddit faces more trouble at the top
Reddit website's chief engineer resigns after two months and says former chief executive Ellen Pao was a "glass cliff" leader.
Blues legend BB King was not murdered
BB King died of natural causes, a coroner confirms, following accusations that he was poisoned.
Go Set a Watchman hits bookshops
Fans of To Kill A Mockingbird author Harper Lee snap up copies of her eagerly awaited novel Go Set a Watchman as it arrives in bookshops.
Child alive after 18 days in jungle
A seven-year-old girl who went missing in the Colombian jungle is found alive after nearly three weeks.
New York to pay Garner family $5.9m
New York City has agreed to pay $5.9m (£3.8m) to the family of Eric Garner who died in July 2014 after a violent arrest.
US girl hikes to safety after crash
A 16-year-old girl is found after hiking to safety from the scene of a plane crash in a mountainous area of north-western Washington state.
Mexican singer Joan Sebastian dies
Popular Mexican singer Joan Sebastian, who won many Grammy awards and was a leading figure in the Latin music world, dies at his ranch aged 64.
Mexico offers $3.8m Guzman reward
Mexico offers a $3.8m reward for the capture of escaped drug lord Joaquin Guzman, as the director of the prison where he was being held is sacked.
HIV goal to treat 15 million is met
The goal to get life-saving HIV treatment to 15 million people by the end of 2015 has been met, says the United Nations Aids agency.
Hadron Collider discovers new particle
Scientists at the Large Hadron Collider have announced the discovery of a new particle called the pentaquark.
Nasa spacecraft speeds past Pluto
Nasa's New Horizons spacecraft has made the first visit to Pluto, approaching within 12,500km of the icy world.
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VIDEO: Drone users anticipate new US rules
US Aviation officials are moving up plans to let individuals and businesses use drones for commercial purposes. They say rules could be in place within a year, much earlier than earlier forecasts.
Top Gear 'to audition' for presenters
New Top Gear presenter Chris Evans has said auditions will be held to find his co-hosts for the show.
Brazil 0-1 Colombia
Neymar and Carlos Bacca are sent off after the final whistle as Brazil lose to Colombia at the Copa America.
Nokia ex-boss Elop to quit Microsoft
The former boss of Nokia, Stephen Elop, is to leave Microsoft as part of a management reshuffle.
VIDEO: Pope: Warming is 'mostly man-made'
The Pope will issue his letter to bishops on the environment on Thursday, in which is he is likely to say climate change is a mostly man-made problem.
VIDEO: US manhunt: Focus on prison worker
The hunt for two murderers on the run from a jail in New York State is now focusing on allegations they were going to murder the husband of a prison worker who apparently helped them escape.
'No evidence' Fifty Shades book stolen
Police say they have found "no evidence" to suggest a copy of EL James's latest Fifty Shades novel was stolen ahead of its publication this week.
Florence to be Glastonbury headliner
Florence and the Machine will headline the Pyramid Stage at Glastonbury this year, following Foo Fighters' withdrawal from the Friday night slot.
Fitbit valued at $4bn after pricing
Wearable tech company Fitbit is valued at more than $4bn (£2.5bn) after selling shares in its initial public offering (IPO).
US Fed moves towards rate rise
The US central bank , the Federal Reserve, moves towards a first rate increase this year, but keeps rates on hold for now.
Colombia's Farc blows up pipeline
At least 16,000 people in northern Colombia are left without water after Farc rebels blow up an oil pipeline, contaminating a river, authorities say.
Texas braces for more flooding
Fresh off the back of its wettest month on record, Texas is bracing for heavy rain as Tropical Storm Bill remnants make their way inland.
Uber dealt employee blow by US ruling
An Uber driver in California is deemed an employee, not a contractor, in a ruling that could mean higher costs for the app-based taxi service.
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