The bioinspired system uses ultrasound measurements of muscle dynamics to develop a personalized and activity-specific assistance profile for users of the exosuit.
New details released about how prototypes from the Everyday Robots project are being tested in Google’s offices in the Bay Area.
Robotics Summit & Expo returns to Boston in May 2022 with deepened coverage, an expanded showfloor, and co-location with Healthcare Robotics Engineering Forum.
ABB is installing Sevensense’s autonomous navigation technology into its mobile robots.
MIT’s researchers have taught a simulated robotic hand to manipulate objects with one hand facing upwards and downwards.
Improving the Soil Property and Object Classification will save NASA scientists time when planning routes for their rovers and in finding important formations.
CRG Automation built a robotic system to decommission 70,000 chemical missiles in Kentucky. Hear how it built the system.
Formerly known as Cartica AI, Autobrains is developing its modular Cartex driving platform for Level 1-4 autonomous vehicles.
From cyclists riding against the flow of traffic to nudging over to let another car pass on a narrow street, watch a handful of typical events Waymo’s autonomous vehicles deal with in San Francisco.
Modern car design offers many suitable options for mounting autonomous vehicle sensors. A Classic Austin Mini Cooper does not.
MuJoCo, which stands for Multi-Joint Dynamics with Contact, has been the physics simulator of choice for DeepMind’s robotics team.
Cogniteam said Nimbus OS eases integration of spatial awareness tools, obstacle identification, navigation systems, cameras, LiDAR, and more.
BlueBotics claims its navigation technology is accurate to ±1 cm / ±1° and that it requires minimal changes to infrastructure.
NVIDIA and Open Robotics are enabling ROS 2 to run on Jetson processors for perception, modeling, and training to ease robotics development.
Project aims to take bipedal robots to a new level, equipping them to adapt on the fly to treacherous ground, dodge obstacles or decide whether a given area is safe for walking.
New support allows full integration of vision-based 3D mapping in ROS 2 designs.
MOV.ai and Velodyne deliver a complete navigation package for ROS-based AMR solutions.
A senior robotics engineer at Boston Dynamics explains how perception and adaptability enable Atlas to perform varied, high-energy behaviors like parkour.
Scythe Robotics shares tips about sensor selection, ruggedized hardware, and software optimization for its commercial mowers.
A computer model relates a finger’s desired position to the corresponding pressure a pump would have to apply to achieve that position. Using this model, the team developed a controller that directs the pneumatic system to inflate the fingers.
By training Atlas to maneuver through complex parkour courses, Boston Dynamics developed new movements inspired by human behaviors and pushed the humanoid to new limits.
University of Michigan researchers have enabled humanoid robots to use their hands in a similar way, so the robots can better travel across rough terrain, such as disaster areas or construction sites.