The next Automated Warehouse webinar will discuss integrated warehouse systems for conveyance and tracking.
The first recipients of funding in the MassRobotics and MassTech accelerator program discussed their innovative projects.
In this episode, we learn about Ziplines’ new drone delivery platform with cofounder and CTO Keenan Wyrobek and lead droid engineer, Stephen Killian.
At the Robotics Summit & Expo, industry leaders will provide an overview and analysis of the latest warehouse automation trends and offerings.
At the first MassRobotics RoboXchange, Locus Robotics shared tips on warehouse challenges, and Opteran showed a new navigational approach.
New venture Accenture Alpha Automation is located in Japan and focuses on robotics for manufacturing and logistics applications.
Marc Kermisch from CNHI provides an update on how autonomy and digitization are developing to help automation.
Locus Robotics has let go sales and marketing staffers, but its CEO is optimistic about the mobile robot market’s long-term prospects.
Dextrous Robotics, which developed chopstick-like robotic arms for truck unloading, encountered impatient investors and stiff competition.
Kodiak Robotics says this latest edition of its autonomous semi-trucks has all the necessary redundant safety-critical hardware.
SiLC says its new Eyeonic Mini AI machine vision system provides sub-millimeter resolution at a significantly reduced size.
Wing says the updated exemptions for its detect and avoid approach will allow it to safely scale in the US.
ARO has created Roboworx, a field service offering that it claimed will rely on its experience to redefine the future of robot maintenance.
As 2023 comes to an end, we look back at some of the biggest trends in the robotics industry this year.
How will robotics and AI impact industry in 2024? Anders Billesø Beck, VP of Innovation and Strategy at Universal Robots, weighs in.
2023 was full of highlights and lowlights. In this year in review episode, we discuss the top robotics stories with our special guests.
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.
The funding will help Verve scale its SafeLift soft exoskeleton, which was originally developed at Harvard University.
Rightbot said its robot can address a longstanding challenge for the logistics sector: the unloading of trucks, trailers, and containers.