We got the scoop on the new AMR solutions from Fetch Robotics and recap the week that was in robotics.
The goal is for Moxie to increase treatment tolerance, reduce distress, and improve long-term health outcomes for children recently diagnosed with diabetes.
Is Pepper about to get a new lease on life? Softbank is reportedly in discussions to sell Softbank Robotics Europe to German distributor United Robotics Group. Earlier this month, United became the master distributor for Pepper throughout Europe.
The mobile base of TurtleBot 4 is built on the iRobot Create 3 educational robot, which provides an IMU, optical floor tracking sensor, and wheel encoders for accurate positioning and localization.
This morning’s IPO valued AutoStore at $12.4 billion. This is Norway’s biggest IPO since 2001.
RightHand Robotics is looking to raise a total of $40 million in its latest funding round.
Closing the restaurant will help Spyce focus on developing technology for Sweetgreen’s restaurants. Spyce was acquired by Sweetgreen in August.
MuJoCo, which stands for Multi-Joint Dynamics with Contact, has been the physics simulator of choice for DeepMind’s robotics team.
Fortress, the sixth major release of the Ignition Gazebo simulation software, is a long-term release that will be supported until September 2026.
According to Waymo, it has nothing to do with its autonomous driving technology being confused, a mapping issue, or a maneuver it’s trying to perfect.
The Intel RealSense D415, D435, D435i, and D44 depth cameras are available from Clearpath’s online store.
Its technology handles all phases of flight, including taxi, takeoff, landing and parking. Licensed pilots remotely supervise each flight from a control center.
The latest round valued Dexterity, which has already raised more than $200 million since it was founded, at $1.4 billion.
Centralized toolbox includes SDKs, APIs and ready-to-use code for roboticists looking to build scalable robots.
Wavemaker portfolio company Future Acres is exploring how to leverage some of the IP to enhance its Carry mobile robot.
Five unmanned surface vehicles from Saildrone are operating in the Atlantic Ocean, gathering data to better understand the physical processes of hurricanes.
Intel issuing the end-of-life notice for its RealSense LiDAR products and the introduction of Amazon Astro captured your attention this month.
The approval from the California DMV does, however, come with major caveats.
Amazon unveiled its much-anticipated consumer robot earlier this week. We share our thoughts about Astro and hear from callers who share their opinions about Amazon’s first consumer robot.
Activ Surgical will use the funding to commercialize its ActivInsights software suite, which includes an augmented reality-based overlay.
Mech-Mind Robotics develops 3D cameras for robotics applications such as bin picking.
We’ve seen several multipurpose home robots – Buddy, Cozmo, Jibo, Kuri – crash and burn over the years. Will things be different with Amazon Astro?