Third Wave Automation raises $40M in a series B round to help the company accelerate the development of fork truck autonomy solutions.
This is the second agricultural robotics acquisition by John Deere in the past four years. It acquired Blue River Technology in 2017 for $305 million.
Rani developed a proprietary platform, RaniPill, designed to provide a pill-based alternative to intravenous or subcutaneous administration of biologics.
The Puck is a compact LiDAR sensor that provides a 360-degree view with real-time 3D data and a 100 meter range.
inVia deploys its systems under a robotics-as-a-service model, enabling customers to pay according to the productivity levels they desire.
Ambi Robotics introduces AmbiKit, a new AI-driven kitting applications that leverages vision and robots to pick items from bulk into kits.
We also discuss on the podcast the future of Fetch Robotics after the Zebra acquisition, Aurora taking its self-driving tech public via SPAC, the shutdown of Abundant Robotics and more.
Walmart partners with Symbotic to deploy automation that improves the throughput of regional Walmart distribution centers.
A women was a candidate for a free-flap reconstruction to save the arm after amputation after a motorcycle accident.
MHS Robotics develops its own advanced technologies such as computer vision, machine learning, simulations, 3D cameras and end-of-arm tooling.
Mycionics developed an autonomous mushroom harvesting solution leveraging robotics and machine vision.
The soft robot uses pneumatic artificial muscles that mimic the muscular structure and function of the earthworms.
The benefits of minimally-invasive surgery have been recognized for decades, but adoption in the spine market has been slow compared to other procedures.
Waymo provides a glimpse at its SimulationCity software environment that it uses to test and validate driving algorithms.
The SRI International spinoff failed to develop market traction and raise funding to continue operating. It’s currently liquidating all assets.
The partnership will help validate and commercialize new robotic technologies.
Micromate uses a universal instrument guidance platform that allows physicians to continue using their preferred surgical instruments while performing targeting under live imaging.
The acquisition will help Fetch and Zebra integrate technology to connect human workers, tools like hand-held scanners and self-navigating robots.
Channel partner program to supplement inVia’s direct selling initiatives through new channels and international markets.
AquaBeam is an image-guided robotic system for use in minimally-invasive urologic surgery.
Zipline said the new funding raises the company’s valuation to $2.75 billion.
NuVasive said clinical evaluations for Pulse are now underway across multiple countries throughout Europe.