More than half of all industrial robots worldwide were sold in China in 2022. In the first six months of 2023, the upward trend continued.
The rebirth of IAM Robotics is significant because it is the latest chapter in what was a valiant attempt to commercialize mobile manipulators. It’s also a poignant lesson in failed market fit and knowing when to pivot as a robotics startup.
OLogic’s Ted Larson takes a closer look at the positives and potential negatives ChatGPT and large language models could have on robotics.
Jorge Heraud from John Deere, and RJ He and Ryan McMichael from Zoox join the show today to discuss the current state of autonomous vehicle technology.
Product Management Director Maturi Jagadish discusses the product development and market fit strategy processes at Brain Corp.
Listen to this week’s episode of The Robot Report Podcast and a recap of all of the cool robots at ProMat 2023.
On the podcast, we talk about the potential impact of the implosion of Silicon Valley Bank. Also this week: an interview with Rylan Hamilton, CEO and co-founder of 6 River Systems.
In this week’s episode of The Robot Report Podcast, guest Aaron Prather gives us an update on important robotics standards work at ASTM.
We interview executives from some of our favorite robots at CES 2023, including an update from the IAC 2023 competition.
Robots were everywhere at CES 2023. Mike Oitzman highlights some of his favorite robots he saw in Las Vegas.
Check out what’s new in robotics at the 2023 Consumer Electronics Show (CES).
Some of these moments made us laugh, some made us cringe and many left us astonished by the capabilities of various robots.
As we head into 2023, businesses will rely ever more on technology and innovation to break new ground with turnkey solutions at the heart.
Paul Scharre, who helped the Office of the Secretary of Defense develop policies around autonomous systems and emerging weapons technologies, joins the show to discuss San Francisco’s police department potentially using robots with lethal force.
This week, we talk to the founders of Robotics Operations Group (ROG) about the organization’s growth and the delivery of “RobOpsCon” earlier this week.
Autonomous vehicles have major challenges. But declaring the technology dead after Argo AI’s shutdown is foolish.
Tatum Robotics won the RoboBusiness Pitchfire robotics startup competition. It’s building an anthropomorphic hand that signs tactile sign languages for people with deafblindness who can’t hear or see.
LEGO Mindstorms, the STEM robotics kit that inspired millions of kids, is being retired from production and replaced by the LEGO Spike solution.
Brad Porter, founder of Collaborative Robotics and former head of Amazon’s robotics division, weighs in on Tesla’s humanoid robot Optimus.
Linux’s BDFL Linus Torvalds mentioned that the Rust programming language would be used in the upcoming Linux 6.1 kernel.
Sally Miller, DHL Supply Chain’s chief information officer for North America, spoke to The Robot Report about the types of robots the company uses.
Jessica Yip of A&K Robotics joins the podcast. She describes A&K’s autonomous, electric pods being tested at airports to convey mobility-impaired people.