Robotics Engineering Week’s sessions are focused on critical topics for robotics and automation professionals.
Brain Corp announced the third generation of its autonomy platform for commercial robots, BrainOS.
NVIDIA released the latest update to its Isaac Robot Operating System (ROS) software, Developer Preview (DP) 2.
Clearpath Robotics’ new OutdoorNav technology provides GPS-based navigation for Clearpath’s outdoor mobile robots and third-party vehicles.
Foxglove has continued its week of announcements with news of the company being SOC 2 Type II compliant, and more.
Foxglove, a company creating flexible, user-extensible developer tools, announced that it brought in $15 million in Series A funding.
NVIDIA released Jetson Orin Nano system-on-modules, updated its Nova Orin reference platform for autonomous mobile robots and announced cloud-based availability for its Isaac Sim technology.
The partnership will allow customers to use Realtime Robotics’ motion planning and control software without leaving Siemens Process Simulate.
The US is restricting the sale of the most powerful artificial intelligence processors to China.
New Scale Robotics Q-Span Workstation EDU Kits allow education programs to offer two complementary courses.
PickNik Robotics announced the commercial availability of both its MoveIt Studio Developer Platform and MoveIt Studio SDK.
Clearpath Robotics said it’s now easier to install, use, and diagnose issues with ROS on its mobile robots.
Foxglove announced that its rolling out a new beta version of its 3D panel for its development platform Foxglove Studio.
Flexiv closed a Series B+ funding round with an investment of nearly $100 million, making the company a unicorn startup.
Researchers at MIT’s CSAIL released an open-source simulation engine that can construct environments to test autonomous vehicles.
The Horizon Hobot Platform consists of the company’s Sunrise chip, the TogetherROS operating system, Boxs reference algorithm, robot application examples and supporting development tools.
SICK has launched a product called Monitoring Box that enables access to sensor data for cloud-based condition monitoring.
PickNik Robotics and Optimax Systems released a ROS 2 driver for ABB manipulators. The package has been tested with an ABB IRB 1200-5/0.9 manipulator.
Ready Robotics’ Forge/OS 5 universal operating system now works with NVIDIA’s Omniverse Isaac Simulator. NVIDIA also made an undisclosed investment into Ready Robotics.
Watch a live demo of the Spot quadruped and how the captured data can be streamed into Formant’s platform and displayed for custom visualization.
Developed by Universal Robots, PickNik Robotics and FZI Forschungszentrum Informatik, the driver is compatible across the entire line of UR cobots.
The partnership enables MOV.AI customers to quickly integrate Ouster LiDAR units into the AMR platform.