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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.
Massrobotics is encouraging female high school juniors and seniors to apply to the spring 2022 program.
The Robot Block Party is back in the house! MassRobotics announces inaugural Robo Boston festival in Ocober.
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.
KUKA releases version 4.0 of the KUKA.sim virtual robot simulation software. The release includes advanced programming features along with new safety simulation capabilities.
Interact Analysis released their latest survey report from a recent research project conducted together with the Association for Advancing Automation (A3). A3 commissioned the report to coincide with the 2021 Automate Forward event happening during the week of March 22, 2021. Interact Analysis Research Director and report author Ash Sharma summarized the results in a new…
Ayanna Howard, the first female dean of Ohio State University’s College of Engineering, discusses her new book on Sex, Race, and Robotics.
Fictiv’s three-part engineering Masterclass series is intended to show engineers how to minimize CNC machining challenges and design parts for optimal production quality, speed, and cost.
SkyOp said its new consulting services, along with its existing training curriculum and online offerings, can help enterprises realize ROI from drone deployments.
In the midst of the novel coronavirus pandemic, efficient and effective medical training is more urgent than ever. Gaumard said its simulators can help medical personnel train on real equipment.
Roybi has developed social robots to entertain and educate children and met the challenges of keeping the price point down and addressing the pandemic head on.
Lantronix, which provides edge computing, IoT, and embedded computing systems, helped Misty Robotics build the Misty II educational and open development platform with Qualcomm technologies.
While other social robotics startups have struggled, Embodied has spent the past four years developing Moxie to help children with social interactions.
Although this year’s FIRST educational competitions have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, PTC has offered students an opportunity to participate in its Robots to the Rescue program.
USC researchers developed personalized learning robots for children with autism and studied whether they could autonomously gauge the child’s engagement in long-term therapeutic interventions.
Movia Robotics has been expanding and building software to help robots interact with children with special needs in classrooms.
The Misty as a Concierge open-source application template from Misty Robotics is intended to make it easy for developers to create skills for a variety of settings.
Misty Robotics has added tools to make it easier for developers to create skills for the Misty II platform for new robot applications.
Miko.ai, which has been selling social robots in Asia for four years, said its Miko 2, which includes telepresence features, will be available in North America in December.
MassRobotics hosted its third annual Robot Block Party in Boston, showcasing local robotics companies and giving people of all ages a chance to see robots up close.
Modular Robotics, makers of Cubelets robot blocks, has acquired Dexter Industries, creators of GoPiGo and GiggleBot. The two companies said they “have united with plans to continue creating robotic teaching tools that inspire students to explore STEM, computational thinking, and other big ideas.” Collectively, Cubelets, GoPiGo, and GiggleBot are used in more than 15,000 educational…