RoboBusiness is seeking speakers who can share their experiences and insights at the premier event around robotics technologies and business innovation.
At this week’s ATX West 2020 manufacturing event, DENSO Robotics was showcasing new robots aimed at entry-level manufacturing applications, as well as a new series of high-performance robots for large part manufacturing. The new products include the LPH series, aimed to meet demand for precision robots for light-duty manufacturing applications, and the VM-VL series, large…
The premier robotics business development event seeks speakers to highlight commercial opportunities and to discuss technical and business innovation.
Robotics Business Review, a division of WTWH Media, will present a conference track titled “Robots for Good,” to be held at CES 2020 on Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2020, in Las Vegas. The track will discuss new ways in which robots are helping to save the planet, help humans to live better lives, and assist with…
SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Many discussions about robotics in healthcare and medicine tend to focus on the physicians or their patients. But developers should also play a key role in making sure that robots address real needs, said speakers at the inaugural Healthcare Robotics Engineering Forum here yesterday. Here are some takeaways from Day 1…
WTWH Media is adding the Robotics Business Review website and the RoboBusiness conference to its robotics network.
WTWH Media, parent company of The Robot Report, DeviceTalks, and the Robotics Summit & Expo, has announced Silicon Valley Robotics as a strategic partner for the Healthcare Robotics Engineering Forum.
Of all the sectors served by robotics, healthcare promises to the the most life-changing. With interest in assistive, surgical, and medical robotics growing, so does the need for developers and healthcare providers to collaborate. The Healthcare Robotics Engineering Forum in two weeks is intended to help engineers advance their careers and the state of healthcare…
Robot-assisted surgery, among other technologies, to be discussed by developers, industry leaders at Santa Clara event.
HeroX, a spinoff of XPRIZE, is crowdsourcing talent. One of its projects is the AlphaPilot AI drone competition, run with the Drone Racing League and Lockheed Martin.
The director of Stanford University School of Medicine’s Technology Enabled Clinical Improvement Center will discuss how robotics can improve clinical outcomes at the international event for developers of healthcare robotics.
Chinese researchers have developed an aerial manipulator capable of writing. It could someday help maintain skyscrapers and other structures too difficult or dangerous for humans to reach.
The Sprint Robotics Awards, presented at a conference in Rotterdam, the Netherlands, recognized three leaders in developing inspection and maintenance robotics systems.
The keynote speakers at the Healthcare Robotics Engineering Forum are industry leaders who will share how robotics research and commercial development will improve medical outcomes and the delivery of services.
Early-bird registration for the Healthcare Robotics Engineering Forum, which will be in Santa Clara, Calif., on Dec. 9-10, 2019, has been extended.
At an “Ask Me Anything” panel last week, robotics veterans shared their startup experiences and advice.
The inaugural Healthcare Robotics Engineering Forum in Santa Clara, Calif., on Dec. 9-10, 2019, will gather global technology and industry experts. Analysts and members of the news media should register now.
MassRobotics hosted its third annual Robot Block Party in Boston, showcasing local robotics companies and giving people of all ages a chance to see robots up close.
Rich Mahoney, who worked on robotics development at SRI International and is co-founder and CEO of Seismic, will deliver a keynote at the Healthcare Robotics Engineering Forum.
SPRINT Robotics is a Dutch organization working to share information and develop standards for robotics used for infrastructure inspection and maintenance.
At the RIA Autonomous Mobile Robot Conference last week, robotics suppliers and users discussed the state of the art in technology and use of AMRs.
Registration for the Healthcare Robotics Engineering Forum, which will be on Dec. 9 and 10, 2019, is now open.