Collaborative robot markets are expected to see the biggest growth in the years ahead, with end effectors representing the largest component market.
AWS claims IoT RoboRunner eliminates the need for numerous integrations among different robot control systems and warehouse management systems.
To address labor shortages and long cycle times, New England Union Company deployed a UR10e cobot arm and ActiNav bin picking system to run untended all night long.
WebLytics offers real-time production monitoring, device diagnostics, and data analytics. It’s compatible with all leading cobot and lightweight industrial robot arms.
These recognitions will help schools immensely when they apply for funding to get cobots into classrooms, while also ensuring the courses they offer are recognized and wanted by the industries that employ their graduates.
Since 2018, the TM series cobot arms have been sold as a co-branded product globally through OMRON’s distribution network.
On the backs of Universal Robots and Mobile Industrial Robots, Teradyne’s industrial automation group generated $91 million in revenue in Q3 2021.
RightHand Robotics is looking to raise a total of $40 million in its latest funding round.
Applied Cobotics provides automated solutions by integrating cobots, material lift systems, 3D printing, and more into manufacturing systems.
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.
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.
Collaborative Robotics Week (Sept. 7-10) will provide a snapshot of the state of the sector, including emerging capabilities, powerful enabling technologies, as well as new business models enabled by cobots.
eCapture launches a VGA quality, stereoscopic 3D depth sensing camera as the eCapture G53.
Rapid’s solution is the Rapid Machine Operator (RMO), a cobot specially designed and priced for machine operation.
Flexxbotics currently focuses on collaborative robots from UR and recently expanded into Europe.
The ATX West show is next week. Check out our show guide with a curated list of robotic vendors to visit while at the show.
Learn how UR+ approved products are tested and certified, and how the UR+ program is driving market growth into an increasing number of applications and supporting faster system integrations.
Ryu is expected to enhance technological collaboration with the parent company’s new business areas, while initiating more customer-oriented businesses to expand collaborative robot applications and advance robotics technology.
Led by Mobile Industrial Robots and Universal Robots, the group’s revenue increased 15% Q/Q and 57% Y/Y.
Universal Robots also expanded its network of ActiNav Solution Providers, a vetted and select group of systems integrators.