Sevensense, which has developed Visual Simultaneous Localization and Mapping for mobile robots, has grown from a partner to a unit of ABB.
Kane Robotics has developed the GRIT Vision System to improve cobot material removal and finishing for customers such as Paul Mueller Co.
The Indy Autonomous Challenge announced a completely new sensor and compute architecture for the AV24 racecar.
SiLC says its new Eyeonic Mini AI machine vision system provides sub-millimeter resolution at a significantly reduced size.
Generative AI and large language models can improve robot training, perception, and human-machine interactions, says NVIDIA and its partners.
With 2023 in the rearview mirror, it’s time to look ahead to what 2024 has in store for the robotics industry.
Project Ddog aims to turn a Boston Dynamics Spot quadruped into a basic communicator for those with physical challenges such as ALS.
Self-driving vehicle developers say different approaches to AI are safer than human drivers, but critics are skeptical after accidents.
Glidance co-founder Amos Miller discusses the development and commercialization of the Glide device for aiding people with vision impairment.
ANYmal is conducting autonomous and remote inspections at DSM-Firmenich as ANYbotics marks century milestone.
LimX Dynamics’ CL-1 completed tasks like climbing stairs and walking down slopes both inside and outside.
As 2023 comes to an end, we look back at some of the biggest trends in the robotics industry this year.
An effort to create a control model that moves seamlessly between different activities like standing, walking and climbing stairs is renewed by the National Institutes of Health
How will robotics and AI impact industry in 2024? Anders Billesø Beck, VP of Innovation and Strategy at Universal Robots, weighs in.
NVIDIA picks robots that showed special prowess — swimming, diving, gripping, seeing, strolling and flying — through 2023.
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Outrider has updated its perception technology to enhance yard safety and efficiency as it looks to new capabilities and markets in 2024.
GreyOrange has raised $135 million to continue helping retailers and warehouses automate and orchestrate fulfillment.
In addition to Sanctuary AI’s internal developments, IP assets from Giant.AI and Tangible Research have accelerated progress on its roadmap.
NVIDIA technologies are helping supply chains add new levels of automation, as seen in its work with Adobe, Amazon, and Zipline.
Northeastern University researchers have developed the Hydrilla Hunter, a robot designed to detect invasive plants in rivers.
MassRobotics second Form and Function Challenge is seeking university teams to create innovative and useful robotics.