New sensor modules add depth sensing and image processing with AI and VSLAM capabilities.
Ibeo recently filed for insolvency because it could not secure further growth financing.
RoboSense officially launched RS-LiDAR-E1, a flash solid-state LiDAR that sees 360° based on its in-house, custom developed chips.
This special video podcast episode features an American Sign Language translated edition of The Robot Report Podcast episode 98, an interview with Tatum Robotics founder Samantha Johnson.
Hesai Technology officially unveiled the FT120, a fully solid-state near-range blind spot LiDAR designed for ADAS series production vehicles.
AEye brought in $768,000 in revenue in the third quarter of 2022 and reported a GAAP loss of $23.6 million.
Ouster and Velodyne predict the combined company will save at least $75 million in operating costs within the first 9 months of the transaction’s close.
Robotics Engineering Week’s sessions are focused on critical topics for robotics and automation professionals.
Ibeo Automotive Systems GmbH, a global provider of LiDAR sensors, has filed for insolvency.
Velodyne Lidar announced it signed a multi-year agreement for Stanley Robotics to use its sensors in the company’s valet parking solution.
The Imaging Radar Company designs and builds cutting-edge radar technology for smart cities, health, and more.
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%.
Ouster, Inc. announced the release of a 3D industrial lidar sensor suite designed for high-volume material handling applications.
Peter Hartwell, CTO of Invensense, breaks down the various sensors used to improve the navigation and cleaning capabilities of robot vacuums.
Intralink’s offices in Shanghai and Seoul will allow SLAMcore to pursue new business opportunities in the countries.
Ouster had its second-highest revenue quarter ever in Q2. Its revenue was driven by growth in the industrial vertical.
Co-founder Sam Anthony said autonomous vehicle companies weren’t yet “feeling enough pain” to want to work with Perceptive Automata.
Munich-based high-tech startup Toposens is releasing its 3D Ultrasonic Echolocation Sensor ECHO ONE®
Sony Group is developing an autonomous vehicle sensor it claims uses 70% less electricity that will use software developed by Tier IV.
Researchers at the MIT developed a system that can help robots retrieve target items from a pile of items with some RFID tags.
The new RADAR sensor is designed for the navigation requirements of outdoor AMRs and autonomous vehicles.