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Listen to this article An exoskeleton must be lightweight, compact, powerful, reliable, and easy to use – what could be easier? Many developers around the world dabble in this discipline with different degrees of success. Christian Bermes, head of the VariLeg enhanced team explains what it all comes down to. Mechanics “Emulating the human gait…
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Boston Dynamics detailed how its Atlas and Spot robots learned to dance, including its use of choreographers and model predictive control.
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By Matt Wicks, Chief Robotics Solution Architect With the arrival of Honeywell Intelligrated’s next-generation robotic unloader, it’s finally possible to transform unloading from a labor-heavy, manual chore to an automated, refined process. But what could automated unloading mean for your bottom line? Let’s start with the improvements you’ll see in performance consistency. Robotic unloaders don’t begin…
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Researchers said the optical neuromorphic processor could benefit autonomous vehicles and other data-intensive applications.
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Listen to this article Welcome to Episode 30 of The Robot Report Podcast, which brings conversations with robotics innovators straight to you. Join us each week for discussions with leading roboticists, innovative robotics companies, and other key members of the robotics community. You can subscribe to The Robot Report Podcast on Amazon Music, Apple Podcasts, Google Play, SoundCloud, Spotify and more. Please subscribe to the podcast…
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Oxbotica’s Selenium platform handles an autonomous vehicle’s navigation, mapping, perception, and machine learning. Oxbotica said Selenium doesn’t need to rely on external infrastructure such as GPS, lane markings or pre-existing HD maps.
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Listen to this article Less than one month after raising a $200 million Series B1 round of funding, Guangzhou, China-based WeRide raised another $110 million via Series B2 and B3 rounds. This brings the Series B to a total of $310 million for the developer of Level 4 autonomous vehicles. WeRide said it already kicked…