Ford and VW announced that the companies would be ending their investment in Argo AI and that the company would be shutting its doors.
Ford’s CEO, Jim Farley, gave more insight into the company’s decision to stop investing in Argo AI during Ford’s third-quarter earnings call.
Fox Robotics intends to use the new funds to ramp up production, invest in talent, and expand globally.
THINK Surgical announced that it brought in a $100 million investment from KDB Investment Global Healthcare of Korea.
Teradyne’s industrial automation group saw a 2% decrease in revenue in Q3 2022 compared to the same time period last year.
Argo AI, the self-driving company previously backed by Ford and VW, is closing down.
PickNik Robotics announced that it recently won two contracts, a SpaceWERX contract and a NASA SBIR Phase I contract.
A fully modular and easy-to-program robotics technology lets engineers and other plant personnel quickly select and connect kinematic modules to create industrial robot arms.
Ambi is enabling warehouses to pull items from bulk inventory by using vision to guide robotic arms to grasp and then sort items.
Engineers at Stanford University have created a boot-like robotic exoskeleton that can increase walking speed and reduce walking effort.
The International Federation of Robotics’ (IFR) world robotics report showed that worldwide installations reached 517,385 units.
Administrative Law Judge Maryann McNamara issues an initial determination in iRobot’s patent infringement lawsuit against SharkNinja.
A breakdown of some of the new features in the OTTO Motors’ 2.26 software release.
The Yaskawa robot is designed for palletizing tasks and features an 800 kg payload capacity.
During limited field testing, Amazon learned certain aspects of the program weren’t meeting customers’ needs.
Motional and Uber signed a 10-year framework agreement that would include autonomous vehicles providing ride-hailing and delivery services.
Walmart began working with Alert Innovation in 2016 to build custom technology for its micro-fulfillment centers.
ShipHero, a shipping and logistics platform, announced that it would implement inVia Robotics’ robotic system at two more fulfillment centers.
By combining with AutoGuide, MiR’s product portfolio will expand to include high payload AMR tuggers and forklifts.
Waymo released its Response Time and Collision Avoidance Benchmarking papers to provide clarity on the benchmarks it has for its vehicles.
Sumitomo invested in Dexterity’s 2020 funding round through its U.S.-based corporate venture capital arm Presidio Ventures.
CIONIC, a bionic clothing company, brought in $12.5 million in Series A funding, bringing the company’s total funding to date to $23 million.