Acceleration Robotics and AMD are working together to develop new robotic capabilities for AMD’s Kria system-on-modules.
AMD’s Kria KR260 robotics starter kit is scalable and out-of-the-box development platform for robotics with native ROS 2 support.
Big acquisitions, bipedal robots and an FTC investigation captured your attention in September.
MassRobotics is hosting a free Robotics Engineering Career Fair at RoboBusiness. All registrants will also receive a free expo-only pass for RoboBusiness.
This week’s podcast discusses situations in which AI and machine learning still come up short for robotics systems and how a human-in-the-loop system can help solve edge cases in real-time.
The US is restricting the sale of the most powerful artificial intelligence processors to China.
MuJoCo, which stands for Multi-Joint Dynamics with Contact, is a physics engine that aims to facilitate R&D in robotics, biomechanics, graphics and animation.
Humble Hawksbill is a long-term support (LTS) release that will be supported until May 2027. It is the first ROS 2 release on Ubuntu 22.04
RealSense has been a go-to for industry and academia for low-cost, high-quality depth sensing.
Ricardo Tellez, CEO and co-founder of The Construct, shares tips for teaching robotics to students who are currently learning remotely due to COVID-19.
The ITU is launching a focus group to work on a ‘Turing test for automobiles,” developing international standards for the safety and accountability of the AI driving autonomous vehicles.
Soft Robotics has made its pneumatic grippers portable with the new coDrive technology, enabling a range of collaborative robotics applications.
We’re more than halfway through 2019, and there’s been a lot to talk about. Here are The Robot Report‘s picks for the top 10 robotics stories during the first half of 2019. Please share your thoughts below via the survey or the comments section. 1. Consumer robotics company Anki shuts down The struggles of consumer…
PyRobot, which abstracts robotics controls, was developed by Facebook with Carnegie Mellon University. Facebook among the companies making code open source to accelerate robotics development.
Robotics investments in October 2018 totaled at least $1.24 billion worldwide with a total of 23 verified investments. Unverifiable robotics investments, including several in China, have been excluded from this analysis. There are several robotics investments in which the amounts and/or rounds were not disclosed. If we verify those amounts and/or rounds, we will update…
Today’s automation connectivity support IIoT and Industry 4.0. setups, but the threat of cyber attacks on robots is very real. In fact, robots are just as exposed to corporate networks and the internet as other setups in industrial plants and applications — leaving them and their environments vulnerable. Now a new report from Trend Micro […]
Dr. Razvan Panaitescu, AMD PM MS, Siemens Industry, Inc. Converting print unit systems to gearless systems may be a new concept in the printing industry, but better accuracy often results. For years, printing systems have used the same gear designs to replicate an image. With these designs, alignment problems happen, as well as inconsistencies in […]
I’m always surprised when I come to Stanford. I find new companies setting up shop in the area. Ford’s new research lab wasn’t there the last time I drove by, for example. Later, when walking around Palo Alto and in a restaurant I could hear snippets of conversation that were different than most other college…
By Frank Tobe, Editor and Publisher, The Robot Report Toys often precede more serious inventions. So, putting judgement aside, and withholding laughs and other “tells”, here are some new robotic toys and gadgets hitting the market this year. Takara Tomy is introducing AutoMee, a $20 smartphone and tablet-cleaning robot, to the Japanese market in March.…
From October 23-25, 2008, more than 600 remarkable thought leaders, influencers and social change agents will convene in Camden, Maine for Pop!Tech, the acclaimed annual ideas summit. Now in its 12th year, the event explores the new ideas, technologies and forces of change shaping our future. This year, the conference will also present three Bionic […]
I would like to take a slight detour from the generally technical and economic posts. The underlying issue to many of the challenges that we face in energy and technology has to do with how we make decisions as individuals, companies and as a culture. I submit that the current “energy crisis” is largely self […]