infiniDome and C-Astral will showcase their technology at Eurosatory on June 13th in Paris, France.
The team used algorithms originally developed to scan Controller Area Network bus networks used in automotive hardware.
The company is proposing an innovative approach to vehicle guidance using sensors deployed within the environment, rather than just on the autonomous vehicles.
Argo AI and The League of American Bicyclists released best practices for creating self-driving systems that operate safely around bicyclists.
Researchers hope to create new security systems for robots using transaction-based interactions as a way to build trust between humans and groups of robots.
The company adds two more certified integrators to its growing list of qualified integrators.
Honeywell and Infinidome announce a joint solution that will combine advanced sensors and ultra-strong GPS resilience technology to protect signals used by a wide array of vehicles
Waymo provides a glimpse at its SimulationCity software environment that it uses to test and validate driving algorithms.
Find out what’s happening in the world of robot operations and where you can go to learn how to scale your fleet to thousands of robots.
Leading cobot experts will review most critical issues for the safe operation of cobots, including standards efforts, risk assessments, and safety technologies.
Fetch Robotics announces that its product line of AMRs is now compliant with the new ANSI/RIA R15.08 safety standard.
Safety system monitors two protective fields simultaneously around a cobot, making it possible to dynamically reduce or stop the robot’s movement only when a person is too close to the working area.
FORT Robotics has closed on $13 million in funding led by Prime Movers Lab, an investor in scientific startups working to revolutionize the world’s most important industries and transform billions of lives. In addition to Prime Movers Lab, investors included Prologis Ventures, Quiet Capital, Lemnos Labs, Creative Ventures, Ahoy Capital, Compound, FundersClub, and Mark Cuban.…
Airdata UAV and Autel Robotics have partnered to offer a one-month free trial of the AirData Enterprise fleet management software to users of the Autel EVO Series II drones.
Pär-Olof Johannesson, CEO of TerraNet AB, offers his perspective on how the U.S. presidential election will affect the development of autonomous and electric vehicles worldwide, as well as relations with China.
The automotive sector has, for years, driven the growth of the robotics industry. But robots are now moving beyond industrial manufacturing environments and into other industries, including agriculture, construction, healthcare and logistics, to name a few. As robots continue to find new applications, alleviating concerns about safety and security are crucial to their adoption, acceptance…
Thales, a “deep tech” multinational, is working with the state government of North Dakota and other partners to provide the TopSky UAS Traffic Management System to scale safe and secure drone air traffic control.
Panagiotis Tsiotras, an IEEE Fellow and Georgia Tech professor, describes some of his research into improving autonomy on the ground and in space and why it’s an exciting time to be a robotics student.
Labor shortages, dynamic work sites, and the need for accurate data are helping drive demand for robots, drones, and AI designed to serve the construction industry.
As healthcare robotics continues to evolve, well-designed software will be paramount to safety and consistent performance.
UL 3300 is UL’s first consumer and commercial robot certification document that addresses human-robot interaction safety concerns.
PrecisionHawk, which provides drone and data services to the energy and other industries, has received two patents for UTM, or a unified traffic management system for aircraft and drones.