Foxglove has continued its week of announcements with news of the company being SOC 2 Type II compliant, and more.
Zivid, the high-performance industrial 3D camera company, announced the second member of its Zivid Two 3D camera family – the Zivid Two L100.
Foxglove, a company creating flexible, user-extensible developer tools, announced that it brought in $15 million in Series A funding.
NCS Robotics is working with Open Robotics to extend the Open-RMF capabilities to support security robot use cases.
Ibeo Automotive Systems GmbH, a global provider of LiDAR sensors, has filed for insolvency.
The piCOBOT L is particularly attractive for e-commerce, logistics and warehouse applications, and assisting with lifting heavier items.
Velodyne Lidar announced it signed a multi-year agreement for Stanley Robotics to use its sensors in the company’s valet parking solution.
Inuitive, a Vision-on-Chip processors company, announced the launch of its NU4100, an expansion of its Vision and AI IC portfolio.
The gripper can pack manufactured components with three fingers, place them in boxes and place a layer of protective cardboard over them.
The Imaging Radar Company designs and builds cutting-edge radar technology for smart cities, health, and more.
Acceleration Robotics and AMD are working together to develop new robotic capabilities for AMD’s Kria system-on-modules.
The MAXXgrip is robot vendor independent and can be deployed on any industrial robot or cobot. The articulating fingers stabilize items during pick and place operations.
GelSight announced the release of the GelSight Mini, a tactile sensor that gives robots the sense of touch.
Ouster announced that it is reducing its headcount by approximately 10% and spending across the business by over 15%.
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 committee will initially develop standards for the performance of grasping-type end effectors, mobile manipulators and robotic assembly systems.
Ouster, Inc. announced the release of a 3D industrial lidar sensor suite designed for high-volume material handling applications.
Teledyne FLIR pairs a radiometric thermal and visible camera payload featuring MSX with an affordable, flexible, and easy-to-operate airframe.
Amazon said preliminary tests show a prototype pinch-grasping robot achieved a 10-fold reduction in damage on items such as books and boxes.
Peter Hartwell, CTO of Invensense, breaks down the various sensors used to improve the navigation and cleaning capabilities of robot vacuums.
The partnership will allow customers to use Realtime Robotics’ motion planning and control software without leaving Siemens Process Simulate.
RapidPlan software creates and choreographs robot movements without the need for brand-specific robot programming.