IDS Imaging Development Systems GmbH this week announced that it has expanded its Ensenso N-Series line of 3D cameras, which new electronics designed specifically for robotics and automated series production. The company said its cameras are designed to be suitable for use in harsher environments. Since its foundation in 1997 as a two-man company, IDS has…
Miso Robotics said its Flippy Robot on a Rail or ROAR has a zero-footprint design and advanced cooking capabilities, including being able to fry the Impossible Burger.
Princeton’s REVISE uses statistics to inspect datasets for biases along three dimensions: object-based, gender-based and geography-based.
Omnirobotic, which has been developing a “cognitive engine” for general manufacturing, raised $5 million toward further developing and commercializing its Omniscanner and Omnibrain AI platform.
Teledyne DALSA said its new Caliber GXF thermal imaging sensor can help detect elevated human skin temperatures, which can be used with robots for COVID-19 screening.
Titan Medical, which has been developing the Sport single-port robotic surgical system, has received U.S. patents for an in-body camera positioning system and hand gesture controls.
Immervision has launched JOYCE, a humanoid robot intended to be a platform for the computer vision community to develop new applications.
In August 2020, autonomous vehicles, industrial automation for manufacturing and supply chains, and healthcare robotics continued to receive funding.
New force-control sensors in ABB’s Dynamic Assembly Pack could enable robots to accurately perform assembly tasks during final trim assembly, improving productivity, ergonomics, and quality.
XYZ Robotics has raised close to $20 million in an oversubscribed Series A+ round as it continues developing and deploying vision-guided robots for logistics applications.
OnRobot said its updated Eyes vision software will make it easier for customers to develop applications for mobile robots and pick-and-place operations.
Robotics Automation and Design Systems has chosen DreamVu’s PAL 3D vision system for its AMP autonomous mobile robots for warehouses.
StradVision’s SVNet software will be paired with ultrasonic sensors in Changan’s CS75 Plus advanced driver
Joe Speed, field CTO of ADLINK, explains how ROS 2 is intended for commercial robotics developers, how the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated demand, and how perception and fleet management can improve.
Brad Porter, the Amazon vice president leading the company’s robotics initiatives, describes how employees have continued to develop innovative systems while working from home.
ABB said its new scalable quality inspection cell can accelerate production for the automotive, aerospace, heavy machinery, and construction sectors, improving quality and productivity while reducing waste.
E-commerce order fulfillment needs speed and accuracy. RightHand Robotics chose Intel’s RealSense D415 depth cameras to collect robust data for its RightPick2 system for piece picking.
Automated singulation and sorting of parcels poses opportunities and challenges for logistics providers, both during holiday rushes and the current pandemic, write Photoneo executives.
Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University and Facebook AI Research created a navigation system for robots powered by common sense. The technique uses machine learning to teach robots how to recognize objects and understand where they’re likely to be found in house.
ANYbotics’ ANYmal C is a multi-module machine designed to handle varied terrain. The company’s executives explain the computing architecture enabling the quadruped robot’s motion and missions.
MIT researchers have developed a representation of spatial perception for robots that is modeled after the way humans perceive and navigate the world.
Robots typically have trouble grabbing transparent or shiny objects. A new technique developed by Carneige Mellon University hopes to fix that by using color cameras and machine learning to see shapes based on color.