We interview executives from some of our favorite robots at CES 2023, including an update from the IAC 2023 competition.
Steve Crowe and Mike Oitzman recap the top moments and biggest stories that happened in the robotics industry during 2022.
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.
Leveraging experience developing space robots for NASA, Nauticus Robotics is developing underwater robots to perform inspection and maintenance tasks.
This special video podcast episode features an American Sign Language translated edition of The Robot Report Podcast episode 98, an interview with Tatum Robotics founder Samantha Johnson.
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.
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.
On the podcast this week, we discuss the dissolution of Argo AI, the state of autonomous driving, and we learn about the new RaaS performance contract for Covariant.AI
This week, we discuss the news of Amazon ending the use of delivery robots and talk to Viam CEO Eliot Horowitz about its new robotics platform beta.
This week, we discuss the recent demo of the Tesla Optimus bipedal robot and talk to Swisslog President Markus Schmidt about high throughput material handling.
This week, we talk with RoboTire CEO Victor Darolfi about automating tire-changing with robots.
Steve Crowe and Mike Oitzman are joined by Dan Kara to preview RoboBusiness 2022.
This week’s podcast reviews the latest developments in UAVs and a deep dive into product management with Kishore Boyalakuntla.
This week’s podcast discusses situations in which AI and machine learning still come up short for robotics systems and how a human-in-the-loop system can help solve edge cases in real-time.
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.
On The Robot Report Podcast, Mike Dooley discusses the technical and business challenges of developing Labrador Systems’ assistive robots.
This week, we talk to Brian Gerkey the co-founder and CEO of Open Robotics about ROS and open source software.
This week, we talk to Universal Robots VP of strategy Anders Beck about the features of the new UR20 Cobot.