Interest in surgical robotics has grown, but developers, healthcare providers, and surgeons should understand how the technology is developing, the role of motors, and what procedures are applicable. Learn more in the final RoboBusiness Direct sessions of autumn 2020.
In their RoboBusiness Direct session moderated by MassRobotics Executive Director Tom Ryden, Motional CTO Laura Major and MIT Professor Julie Shah will examine the future of human-robot interaction.
Despite having a population of under 200,000 people, Odense, Denmark has long been one of the strongest robotics clusters worldwide. Its home to powerhouses such as Mobile Industrial Robots (MiR), OnRobot and Universal Robots, as well as one of our favorite events. The 5th annual Odense Investor Summit takes place Dec. 9. Due to the…
Cobot Expo 2.0 will feature 25-plus live demos from Universal Robots’ partners, as well at 15 informative keynotes. Attendees will learn about cobot applications such as welding, machine tending, autonomous bin picking and end-of-line packaging, while hearing from top automation experts about safety, ROI and service.
Digitization through automation is a strategic imperative for most companies, according to John McEleney, corporate vice president of strategy at PTC and a RoboBusiness Direct speaker
On November 5, MassRobotics and the Innovation Institute at the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative (MassTech) will bring together a world-class team of robotics researchers and industry veterans from Massachusetts to discuss these ongoing initiatives and their impact on the commercial robotics sector. The $100+ billion-dollar global robotics sector is growing by leaps and bounds. Industrial robots…
“What to Expect When You’re Expecting Robots” is a new book co-authored by MIT Associate Professor Julie Shah and Motional CTO Laura Major that explores a future populated with robot helpers.
In his RoboBusiness Direct session, recognized Harvard University professor Conor Walsh will examine how his team or researchers have developed soft, wearable robotics for industrial use.
Despite economic hardships imposed by trade wars and the COVID-19 pandemic, robotics startups can benefit from digital manufacturing ecosystem, according to a RoboBusiness Direct speaker.
In his RoboBusiness Direct session, Dwight Meglan, chief technology officer at HeartLander Surgical, will examine key considerations for surgical robotics startups to achieve commercial success.
In this RoboBusiness Direct session, Kollmorgen frameless motor specialist Tom S. Wood will help robotics developers pair motors with Harmonic Drive gearboxes.
Three experts from Harmonic Drive will explain the potential benefits of advanced actuator design for robotics developers in this RoboBusiness Direct keynote.
In her RoboBusiness Direct session, Gatik’s Chief Engineer Apeksha Kumavat will examine how a constrained operational design domain can bring middle-mile autonomous delivery to market more quickly.
Rodney Brooks, who has been a robotics innovator at MIT and several startups, including iRobot and Robust.AI, will share his perspective on three trends he says are shaping the future of robotics.
At the Sept. 22 RoboBusiness Direct session, Jean Olivieri, COO at Fictiv, will discuss how new digital manufacturing ecosystems can provide quality without a high price tag, disruption, and complexity.
As part of the RoboBusiness Direct series, Interact Analysis Managing Director Ash Sharma will explain how autonomous mobile robots are providing value to new markets and how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting industrial automation strategies.
The Cobot Expo from Universal Robots will feature a range of cobot news and demos, including 30 booths, insightful keynotes, interactive Q&As and live chats with experts.
RoboBusiness Direct will address critical robotics business development issues through a series of online presentations, Q&As, and media coverage.
The Robotics Summit & Expo 2020 has announced its call for speakers.
The second annual Healthcare Robotics Engineering Forum is seeking expert speakers to share their insights and experiences around developing assistive, medical, and surgical systems.
The second phase of the DARPA Subterranean Challenge concluded late last week with the completion of the Urban Circuit, held at an unfinished nuclear power plant in Elma, Wash. Similar to the challenge’s first phase, the urban circuit challenged teams to use robots and drones to rapidly map, navigate and search underground environments. Team CoSTAR…
The prestigious 2020 RBR50 list will include the most innovative companies, R&D institutions, and public and private organizations in the world of robotics.