In 2020, autonomous vehicles left other technology applications in the dust. Other areas of robotics receiving funding or merger and acquisition activity included supply chain automation, surgical robots, and quadrupeds.
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.
AI provider NVIDIA said it plans to acquire chipmaker Arm from SoftBank for about $40 billion and expand research and development facilities in the U.K. for a new supercomputer.
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.
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.
Mobile robot innovator Boston Dynamics and ROS developer Open Robotics have joined the ARM Institute. ARM is working to advance U.S. manufacturing through automation and workforce development.
The ARM Institute has passed along a NIST call for technology and workforce projects to address the COVID-19 pandemic.
ARM has issued a call for projects to use robotics in sustainment of materiel for the U.S. Department of Defense.
ARM, the Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing Institute, has announced four projects that responded to its fifth project call and have received funding.
The collaborative space at Mill 19 shared by ARM, Carnegie Mellon University, and Catalyst Connection. The organizations plan to use it to drive the future of U.S. manufacturing with robotics and workforce development.
Brett Lambert, who has served in the defense industry, is the new chair of the board of the ARM Institute, which is working to aid U.S. manufacturing through education and robotics.
ARM is pleased to announce the addition of new leaders to its advisory councils and committees. This is the second term for the groups, each focused on providing members’ input on ARM’s core organizational areas. “The councils and committees are imperative to ARM’s success,” noted ARM CEO, Dr. Byron Clayton. “These groups allow us to…