Available as a complete out-of-the-box system or as individual components, the OnRobot Palletizer is compatible with cobots and light industrial robots from Doosan, FANUC, OMRON, Techman and Universal Robots.
Along with the funding round, Nomagic also announced its partnership with BRACK.CH, a Swiss e-commerce platform.
The ABB Depalletizer Solution uses vision guidance to easily identify boxes to pick from a pallet, regardless of size and orientation.
Vanderlande to help scale RightHand Robotics’ RightPick system to general merchandise warehouses and distribution centers around the world.
The Automated Bagging Solution pairs one of OSARO’s piece-picking robots with automated bagging machines from Pregis and PAC Machinery.
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Box manufacturer Alliora had wanted to add automation to its production lines for a while. Unfortunately, its first experience was difficult.
Featuring an 176 lb payload capacity, the PL80 robot offers a 81.1 inch horizontal reach, 129.5 inch vertical reach and 0.03 mm repeatability.
RightHand Robotics is looking to raise a total of $40 million in its latest funding round.
The company adds two more certified integrators to its growing list of qualified integrators.
The company offers a mature robot control solution optimized for palletizing and bin picking operations.
Collaborative robotic provider, Agile Robots, closes a $220M Series C round – to enable the company to extend its product and expand its global market reach.
FedEx Ground deployed Berkshire Grey Robotic Product Sortation and Identification systems to sort thousands of small parcels daily at its facility in Queens, N.Y.
Ambi Robotics introduces AmbiKit, a new AI-driven kitting applications that leverages vision and robots to pick items from bulk into kits.
FANUC extends its SR Series SCARA robot product line with four new models, all with the new web-based iRProgrammer software interface.
ActiNav combines real-time autonomous motion control, UR cobots, vision and sensor systems to automate bin picking tasks or machine tending applications.
Goldberg on Ambi Robotics’ Sim2Real technology, how Dex-Net is powering its robots, lessons learned over the years, and the challenges of universal grasping.
Hitachi acquired Kyoto Robotics, a Japan-based developer of 3D vision systems, control systems and more recently picking robots for the logistics industry. Hitachi acquired 96% of all issued shares of Kyoto Robotics and made it a subsidiary. Terms of the acquisition weren’t disclosed. Hitachi said the acquisition will enable it to provide one-stop shop of…
RightHand Robotics, a developer of autonomous picking solutions for order fulfillment, today introduced its RightPick 3 item-handling robot system. Designed from the ground up, RightPick 3 features a modular, industrialized hardware design, software APIs and international compliance. The company’s robots are being used around the world in applications such as AS/RS, sorter induction, auto-bagger, kitting…
MIT researchers have developed a robot that uses radio waves, which can pass through walls, to sense occluded objects. The robot, called RF-Grasp, combines this powerful sensing with more traditional computer vision to locate and grasp items that might otherwise be blocked from view. The advance could one day streamline e-commerce fulfillment in warehouses or…
Ambi Robotics, formerly known as Ambidextrous Laboratories, raised $6.1 million in seed funding for its picking robots and operating system that are based on simulation-to-reality artificial intelligence (AI). Co-founded by the great Ken Goldberg, a professor at UC Berkeley, Ambi Robotics said it is exiting stealth mode, although its work on improving robotic grasping hasn’t…
Packaging operations continue to embrace automation as a way to reduce labor costs and workplace injuries while improving the efficiency and quality of packaged goods. But the use of automation isn’t evenly distributed, with large consumer packaged goods producers running with more automation than smaller packaging firms. One area ripe for increased automation are operations…