Flexxbotics’ systems enable robots to communicate directly with SpiTrex’s FOBA laser marking systems and change jobs in real time.
Gecko Robotics, which provides climbing robots and AI to inspect critical infrastructure, has obtained funding and added board members with defense expertise.
Pipeline repair and inspection is a dangerous task for humans, but automated units are now being deployed, thanks to Wisconsin-based robotics integrators using igus components.
Kespry said its Kespry Perception Analytics cloud-based system is designed for industries including chemicals, pulp and paper, energy, food and beverage, and ports.
SPX is adding ULC Robotics, which provides inspection robots as a service, drones, and software to utility companies, to its location and inspection portfolio.
ABB said its new scalable quality inspection cell can accelerate production for the automotive, aerospace, heavy machinery, and construction sectors, improving quality and productivity while reducing waste.
Skydio has raised $100 million in Series C funding as the U.S. drone maker expands its offerings to enterprise and government markets. The company also named new executives.
MFE Rentals, which provides inspection equipment, is an official rental and resale partner of Sarcos Robotics for its Guardian S robot, which is designed to remotely communicate from a variety of environments.
Optimum Data Management Solutions has developed “Clever Klaus,” an automated system that includes IDS smart cameras to assist visual inspections in manufacturing.
SPRINT Robotics, a consortium of petrochemical companies, has launched the CFM Challenge, which seeks new or existing robots to automate cleaning and fabric maintenance of oil and gas infrastructure.
RMUS, or Rocky Mountain Unmanned Systems, will distribute, integrate, and service Sarcos Robotics’ Guardian S robotic crawler system. The mobile robot is designed to be a rugged platform for industrial inspection, public safety, and more.
Gecko Robotics, which has developed a wall-climbing robot for industrial inspections, has raised Series B funding to continue to grow its staff.
SPRINT Robotics is a Dutch organization working to share information and develop standards for robotics used for infrastructure inspection and maintenance.
Underwater robots to take on task of inspecting the nation’s aging piers, bridges, pipelines and dams at a time when people’s relationship with water is changing. Waves, winds, currents, wakes from passing boats and eddies swirling around structures make water one of the most complex environments for experienced boat captains, let alone robots. Now,…