Clearpath Robotics’ new OutdoorNav technology provides GPS-based navigation for Clearpath’s outdoor mobile robots and third-party vehicles.
Agility Robotics, ANYbotics, Boston Dynamics, Clearpath Robotics, Open Robotics and Unitree pledged not to support the weaponization of their products and are calling for others in the industry to do the same.
Clearpath Robotics said it’s now easier to install, use, and diagnose issues with ROS on its mobile robots.
Clearpath Robotics’ Husky UGV is an all-terrain mobile robot that weighs in at 110 lbs, and has a payload capacity of 165 lbs.
The mobile base of TurtleBot 4 is built on the iRobot Create 3 educational robot, which provides an IMU, optical floor tracking sensor, and wheel encoders for accurate positioning and localization.
The Intel RealSense D415, D435, D435i, and D44 depth cameras are available from Clearpath’s online store.
Once a Jackal or Husky robot navigates to within several centimeters of a charging station, power is automatically delivered through the air.
In September 2020, Clearpath Robotics released a ROS package for Boston Dynamics’ Spot quadruped. The idea was to allow robotics researchers to leverage ROS capabilities out-of-the-box, as well as open-source libraries, tools and the greater ROS community to accelerate their robotics development. Spot comes with a dedicated computer, power and communication interfaces and a flexible…
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Clearpath Robotics has extended its support for the ROS operating system and Boston Dynamics’ Spot quadruped robot to help researchers.
OTO Mtors said it will use its $29 million Series C round to meet growing global demand and deploy larger numbers of its autonomous mobile robots.
ROS on Windows 10 adds extra layers of security to Clearpath mobile robots and allows them to take full advantage of cloud computing.
Clearpath’s new Dingo Indoor Research Robot, on display at IROS 2019, is a compact and modular platform with multiple drive and computing options.
In the Introspective Vision for Obstacle Avoidance, UMass Lowell researchers are using a Jackal UGV from Clearpath to train machine learning for obstacle avoidance.
Not only is the Robot Operating System the standard for research, but it is also increasingly the foundation for commercial robots. Here are 10 ROS-based companies, plus some honorable mentions.
Collaborative robots, mobile platforms, and the enabling hardware and software were all on display at Automate/ProMat, but what was new and noteworthy?
OTTO Motors, a division of Clearpath Robotics, introduced at IMTS its OTTO OMEGA self-driving forklift. OTTO OMEGA is designed to help those in materials handling reduce costs, increase throughput and improve safety in the warehouse. OTTO OMEGA, according to OTTO Motors co-founder and CEO Matt Rendall, can autonomously pick up and drop off skids, receive…
Clearpath Robotics, a global provider of mobile robots for research and development, is now a Universal Robots Certified System Integrator (CSI). With this new relationship, the UR3, UR5 and UR10 collaborative robot arms will be available from Clearpath Robotics with out-of-the-box ROS functionality and support. This partnership does include UR’s new e-Series that was introduced at…