Spot Release 3.0 enhances its data collection capabilities to improve ease of use and efficiency for facility inspection.
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.
SENSR M is designed for perception on moving vehicles like autonomous vehicles and autonomous mobile robots.
With version 1.3, Apex.OS allows deterministic repetition of a simulated or live recorded test scenario, while validating a software stack to achieve the ISO 26262 standard for automotive applications.
Unity is supporting ROS 2 due to “significant advancements and support of more hardware drivers, networking modules, communication architecture, and several robot algorithms.”
Flexxbotics currently focuses on collaborative robots from UR and recently expanded into Europe.
The Xiaomi CyberDog is an open source quadruped robotic platform. Users can quickly deploy and customize the operations of CyberDog.
DroneDeploy said the Rocos acquisition will allow its customers to deploy and coordinate both aerial and ground robots on their job sites.
Droidlet enables researchers to build robots that accomplish tasks either in the real world or in simulated environments like Minecraft or Habitat.
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.
InOrbit announces that its platform for remote robot management is now compatible with the MassRobotics AMR interoperability standard.
HD mapping startup Carmera and Toyota collaborated on multiple projects from 2018-2020 in Detroit, Michigan, and Japan.
Festo partners with several international companies and universities to develop the capabilities of FLAIROP – Federated Learning for Robot Picking
The base policy and adaptation module are run asynchronously and at different frequencies, which allows RMA to operate robustly with only a small onboard computer.
Created at NASA’s JPL, the open-source flight software called F Prime powered humanity’s first interplanetary helicopter.
NASA’s Perseverance Mars rover completed its first drive using its auto-navigation feature, which allows it to avoid rocks and other hazards without input from engineers back on Earth.
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.
SVT Robotics releases a connector between SVT’s SOFTBOT Platform and the RightHand Robotics RightPick 3 item-handling robot system.
NVIDIA releases the Isaac Sim version of its NVIDIA Omniverse simulation software, including new features to help train machine learning models.
rideOS’ routing and fleet management technology will enable Gopuff innovate faster, power multi-modal deliveries, and reduce delivery times.
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.