RE2 has successfully assembled and lab tested a complete STARFISH gripper that can grasp and hold a variety of objects.
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.
Sarcos demoed its Guardian XO, including the manipulation of a full sheet of plywood by using a vacuum gripper attached to the arm of the exoskeleton.
RobotPlusPlus plans to use the recent round of funding to accelerate its research and development timeline and expand its global presence.
The robot, a customized BlueROV2 robot, operates at a depth of 1 meter and uses sonar signals to detect objects around it.
Clearbot Neo is about 3 meters long, has a dual-camera system and is powered by a solar-powered electric motor.
Deep Trekker creates ROVs that are used for underwater inspection and tasks in a variety of industries, including aquaculture.
The combined company will offer an extended product portfolio to target a much broader spectrum of customers across the commercial and defense sectors.
During the test, RE2 Robotics’ Maritime Mine Neutralization System completed four dives over a kilometer deep.
Formerly known as Houston Mechatronics, Nauticus is developing surface and underwater robots that perform a variety of ocean tasks, including transportation, data collection, equipment maintenance and more.
The Maritime Grand Challenge robotics competition opens with $3 Million prize
Workers at Ward Aquafarms flip thousands of oyster bags that could weigh up to 70 lb, while dealing with rough waters and bad weather. MIT is building a robot to help.
The project for the U.S. Navy will combine a robotic arm control system and the ROV control system into one unit. This will enable topside operators to control a system’s robotic arms and ROV simultaneously using one control station.