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.
This week, IAC advisor Joe Speed talks autonomous racing, plus Mike interviews the Skyline Robotics’ founders.
Cowen’s Peter Finn on the state of investment into the robotics industry and the impact of inflation, higher interest rates, and other issues.
We discuss the Amazon / iRobot acquisition news and learn how DHL deploys robots in its North American warehouses.
Nima Fazeli is an assistant professor of robotics at the University of Michigan and director of its Manipulation and Machine Intelligence Lab. He also created a famous Jenga-playing robot while at MIT.
Florian Pestoni says “necrobotics” is where ethics and technology must meet. Just because it can be done, it doesn’t mean we should.
A new revenue stream is a win, but if you’re not prepared, the result is rushed production, increased risk of costly quality issues, product failure in the field, and losing your customer’s confidence in your ability to deliver future orders.
Based on a survey of 250 companies across multiple industries, ABB identified three trends that will shape the demand for robots in 2022 and beyond.
To successfully introduce robots to the public at scale, we need to acknowledge robotics as a more open-ended endeavor that requires more diverse tooling than traditional software development.
Thomas Low, the director of the robotics laboratory at SRI International, writes about what roles robotics will grow into in coming years.
Carter Schultz of AMP Robotics shares his three rules for making a successful transition from prototype to production.
Our editorial team perused CES virtually this year and still found no shortage of new robots and technologies to cover.
New opportunities are attracting more pioneers of new robotic applications, here are five pitfalls automation industry startups need to avoid.
Georg Stieler, managing director for China at international consulting firm STM Stieler, shares his thoughts on China’s five-year plan.
Leading robotics experts such as Juan Aparicio and Ken Goldberg, share what they’ll be keeping an eye on in 2022.