In 2022, Spot began collecting data, shooting video, measuring radiation dose, and gathering debris samples for radiation testing at the plant.
In this episode, we talk with ANYbotics CCO Enzo Wälchli about the market and commercialization for ANYmal quadrupeds.
Boston Dynamics is working with Ontario Power Generation to deploy Spot into a power-racking situation and help prevent injuries to human workers.
Sarcos and Blattner will evaluate and further refine the technology, functionality, and safety of the system through a series of field trials.
Boston Dynamic Spot can now be equipped with new sensors that expand the capabilities of Spot for inspection workflows.
Built’s robot combines all steps of the piling process, from surveying to pile distribution, driving and inspection, into one package
Sarcos announced that it completed the final validation of its Outdoor Autonomous Manipulation of Photovoltaic Panels (O-AMPP) project.
There are more than 70,800 wind turbines in the U.S., which generated about 9% of the country’s electricity in 2021.
The U.S. Air Force Nuclear Weapons Center has awarded Gecko Robotics with an 18-month, $1.5 million contract through the SBIR program.
The Field Robotics Engineering Forum seeks submissions that focus on the design and development of robotics systems that operate in outdoor, unstructured and dynamic environments, such as construction worksites, open mines, and farm fields, as well as busy urban centers.
Gecko Robotics’ technology is made for the power generation, oil and gas, heavy manufacturing and defense industries.
The system will use computer vision to autonomously retrieve solar panels from a delivery vehicle and precisely place the panels onto a racking system. An onsite human worker then follows to secure the panel.
Skygauge Robotics has closed a $3.3 million CAD seed round to expand its team as it develops drones to relieve humans of dangerous tasks such as infrastructure inspection.
Robotics investments slowed somewhat in October 2020, but transportation, healthcare, and software remained strong.
Nicolaus Radford, co-founder and CTO of Houston Mechatronics, will explain market opportunities for maritime robotics, using his own and his company’s experience as examples.
Exyn Technologies said its new ExynAero drone sensor system can map industrial environments in real time without a human pilot.
Rovco and Forth Engineering are among the U.K. organizations participating in the Autonomous Aquatic Inspection and Intervention or A2I2 project, which has tested an autonomous underwater vehicles for multiple uses.
ANYbotics is partnering with maxon, which will provide drives for its ANYmal quadruped robot, while ANYbotics provides access to global robotics markets.
In August 2020, autonomous vehicles, industrial automation for manufacturing and supply chains, and healthcare robotics continued to receive funding.
SPX is adding ULC Robotics, which provides inspection robots as a service, drones, and software to utility companies, to its location and inspection portfolio.
PrecisionHawk, which provides drone and data services to the energy and other industries, has received two patents for UTM, or a unified traffic management system for aircraft and drones.
In July 2020, autonomous vehicles, industrial automation, and surgical robots continued to receive funding at steady levels in comparison with the same period last year.