Technologies such as RoboGuide could enable people with visual impairments to more fully navigate and interact with the world.
ANYmal is conducting autonomous and remote inspections at DSM-Firmenich as ANYbotics marks century milestone.
Hutter, co-founder of quadruped maker ANYbotics, focuses on the development of robots with legged locomotion and manipulation.
The B2 quadruped features upgraded battery and operational capabilities for industrial applications.
Based on LimX Dynamics’ Motion Intelligence technology, W1 is equipped with perception and motion control algorithms and multiple proprietary actuators.
Otto Group will deploy Boston Dynamics’ Spot in more than 10 facilities and Stretch in more than 20.
A detailed look at the challenges and opportunities that exist for the evolving world of humanoids .
Boston Dynamic Spot can now be equipped with new sensors that expand the capabilities of Spot for inspection workflows.
Figure will use the funding to develop its Figure 01 humanoid, build out its AI data pipeline for autonomous operations and drive towards commercialization.
The Fetch Robotics co-founder will be working on software and technology systems for deploying fleets of Digit humanoids in warehouses all over the country.
Researchers taught a Unitree Go1 quadruped how to use its front legs to climb walls, press buttons and kick a soccer ball.
Digit is being built to carry out bulk material handlings tasks in warehouses and distribution centers.
Marco da Silva, senior director of R&D at Boston Dynamics, will discuss at the Robotics Summit & Expo how the company is developing Spot for real-World applications.
Ghost Robotics said “Boston Dynamics is drawing on their considerably larger resources to litigate instead of innovate.”
Cassie, a bipedal robot developed at Oregon State University, recently ran 100 meters in 24.73 seconds at OSU’s Whyte Track and Field Center.
Brad Porter, founder of Collaborative Robotics and former head of Amazon’s robotics division, weighs in on Tesla’s humanoid robot Optimus.
ANYbotics announced that it is opening up commercial orders for ANYmal X, the company’s quadruped inspection robot.
New capabilities for Spot include thermal imaging collection, the Scout API, arm inspections, automatic stair recognition and more.
Boston Dynamics’ has added additional payloads and hardware upgrades to its quadruped Spot to help it operate in more areas.
Attendees of the Robotics Summit & Expo will have the chance to test out Boston Dynamics’ quadruped robot Spot.
Difficult terrains are particularly challenging for robots, as they struggle to combine visual perception with proprioception.
The robot provides real-time sharing of photos of on-site situations and an activity log with the control center.