Led by Mobile Industrial Robots and Universal Robots, the group’s revenue increased 15% Q/Q and 57% Y/Y.
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.
This week Steve and Mike talk to Sami Atiya, CEO of ABB Robotics and Verónica Pascual, CEO of ASTI about the recent news of the acquisition of ASTI by ABB. Also on the show is Ash Sharma from Interact Analysis to discuss the story.
Intrinsic has been exploring how automated perception, deep learning, reinforcement learning, motion planning, force control, and simulation can be combined to make industrial robots more flexible.
Waymo is opening an office in Pittsburgh, joining a group of competitors already well established in the Steel City.
InOrbit announces that its platform for remote robot management is now compatible with the MassRobotics AMR interoperability standard.
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.
Seoul Robotics announces a new funding round to help them engineer and deliver cutting edge A1-based perception tools.
After the deal closes, Aurora will have raised another $1 billion from private investors involved in the SPAC.
HD mapping startup Carmera and Toyota collaborated on multiple projects from 2018-2020 in Detroit, Michigan, and Japan.
Salt Lake City-based Teal Drones, founded in 2014, makes aerial drones and related technologies for commercial and government applications.
Festo partners with several international companies and universities to develop the capabilities of FLAIROP – Federated Learning for Robot Picking
A women was a candidate for a free-flap reconstruction to save the arm after amputation after a motorcycle accident.
Universal Robots also expanded its network of ActiNav Solution Providers, a vetted and select group of systems integrators.
Created at NASA’s JPL, the open-source flight software called F Prime powered humanity’s first interplanetary helicopter.
The benefits of minimally-invasive surgery have been recognized for decades, but adoption in the spine market has been slow compared to other procedures.
Teleoperation platforms must have built-in safety protocols that account for remote operator error.
Waymo provides a glimpse at its SimulationCity software environment that it uses to test and validate driving algorithms.
AutoX’s fifth generation autonomous driving system features 50 sensors and a vehicle control unit with 2200 TOPS computing power.
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.