The first of its kind, DARPA SubTerranean Challenge 2021 comes to an end this week.
The two companies offer compatible solutions that will extend Locus Robotics’ portfolio of solutions.
Recapping some of the major acquisitions of autonomous mobile robot companies over the years.
Locus Robotics adds heavy-duty payload capabilities and new AMR opportunities with Waypoint Robotics acquisition.
System will use an RE2 Robotics arm, attached to an ROV, to place and attach neutralization devices to underwater mines.
Link will lead IAM Robotics’ commercial strategy to drive business growth and marketshare.
Spot Release 3.0 enhances its data collection capabilities to improve ease of use and efficiency for facility inspection.
The company is ready to scale its solutions into new regions, while continuing to grow the product line and innovation.
Pudu Robotics is advancing restaurant service automation
The Wilmington, Mass.-based company has raised about $305 million since it was founded in 2014.
AmbiOS uses sIm-to-real techniques to reduce model training time and improve grasping success.
The company looks ahead to scaling urban logistics and fleet operations with autonomous driving solutions.
Whiz Gambit brings facility vacuuming and disinfection to Europe.
Collaborative robotic provider, Agile Robots, closes a $220M Series C round – to enable the company to extend its product and expand its global market reach.
Perceptual Robotics offers a fully autonomous, wind turbine blade inspection solution using drones. The company is expanding its market.
Investment will enable Zippedi to expand its market into the U.S. to meet the market demand in both the Home Improvement and grocery sectors.
This partnership enables AHS to implement Berkshire Grey sortation and ASRS solutions for warehousing, logistics and 3PL clients.
AppliedEV and Oxbotica combine their solutions to create a unique autonomous vehicle platform for a variety of applications.
The final ten teams have been selected to compete in the Indy Autonomous Challenge, taking place October 23 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway
Made4CNC launches its first product: an automated CNC door opener that works with any robot for machine tending.
Elite Robots closes $27M funding to expand the engineering team and open sales into new regions.
The system uses a long-reach manipulator, with a three-axis robotic arm at the end, which works with a human operator to increase their dexterity and flexibility.