The ARM Institute plans to award nearly $1.56 million in project funding from various sectors, for a total contribution of $3.26 million.
The ARM Institute is seeking small and medium-sized businesses in Pennsylvania that are interested in exploring the use of robotics.
Larry Sweet will lead the ARM Institute’s engineering activities and accelerate the transition of advanced robotic manufacturing technologies to industry.
The Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing (ARM) Institute selected four more training programs to receive ARM endorsement.
The Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing (ARM) Institute announced that it opened an office in St. Petersburg, Florida.
The survey aims to identify tools, strategies and guidance that should be prioritized to help manufacturers implement artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) solutions for advanced manufacturing robotic systems.
The ARM Institute’s project calls provide funding for projects that bridge the gap between technology and the needs of the robotics industry.
The projects respond to pervasive areas of need in U.S. manufacturing and, specifically, address key Department of Defense (DoD) manufacturing-focused modernization priorities.
The promotion of Arnie Kravitz, Dr. Chuck Brandt and Suzy Teele reflects the increasing diversity of the ARM Institute’s capabilities.
The ARM Institute highlights robotics projects focused on several pandemic-related issues, including facility and surface disinfection, COVID-19 testing, PPE production and more.
This virtual summit will highlight the impact, success stories, lessons learned, and outputs from 9 pandemic-focused projects.
U.S. factories are struggling to find entry-level and skilled workers. The ARM Institute is hoping to solve this with a new initiative.
The ARM (Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing) Institute announced that Jared Glover, CEO and co-founder of CapSen Robotics, has been selected as the institute’s first Fellow. As an ARM Institute Fellow, Glover will execute a technical project to address key challenges that hinder the adoption of robotics for manufacturers. During his ARM Institute fellowship, Glover will…
A lack of testing has been one of the biggest challenges to combating the COVID-19 pandemic. Testing facilities often have a shortage of personnel to analyze samples and provide results. Throughout 2020, Americans were turned away from testing centers. Rapid testing is becoming vital to mitigating the spread of the novel coronavirus. Austin, Texas-based Wilder…
WiBotic, which has developed wireless charging systems for mobile robots, aerial drones, and lunar systems, has joined the Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing Institute.
The Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing, or ARM, Institute has selected eight new projects focusing on high-value ways to empower U.S. manufacturers using robotics and automation.
About $5 million in Department of Defense funding dedicated to projects that advance the use of robotics to respond to current and future pandemics
Members of the Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing, or ARM, Institute will discuss the consortium’s focus areas and project selection criteria in this keynote panel in the RoboBusiness Direct series.
The ARM Institute announced the selection of five sustainment projects focused on strengthening U.S. Department of Defense equipment maintenance with robotics.
The Pittsburgh-based ARM Institute, a public-private consortium, attributed its significant growth to an increase in interest in robotics during the novel coronavirus pandemic.
As part of NIST grants to Manufacturing USA Institutes, ARM Institute member Wilder Systems has received $600,000 to develop the safe use of collaborative robots for laboratory testing in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing, or ARM Institute has issued a call for projects to be reviewed, developed, and executed against performance metrics to develop technologies in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.