MassRobotics will announce Form & Function Challenge winners and host an engineering career fair at the 2024 Robotics Summit & Expo.
The first recipients of funding in the MassRobotics and MassTech accelerator program discussed their innovative projects.
At the first MassRobotics RoboXchange, Locus Robotics shared tips on warehouse challenges, and Opteran showed a new navigational approach.
MassRobotics and its technology partners will announce the winners of the Form and Function challenge at the Robotics Summit & Expo.
With 2023 in the rearview mirror, it’s time to look ahead to what 2024 has in store for the robotics industry.
Glidance co-founder Amos Miller discusses the development and commercialization of the Glide device for aiding people with vision impairment.
MassRobotics second Form and Function Challenge is seeking university teams to create innovative and useful robotics.
An in-depth conversation with Amos Miller, CEO and cofounder of Glidance, the 2023 RoboBusiness Pitchfire winner.
In this episode, learn about the MassRobotics accelerator program and listen to an interview with Brightpick CEO Jan Zizka about robotic fulfillment.
In keeping with its non-profit mission, the MassRobotics Accelerator is a zero-equity program. The businesses accepted into the 13-week program will receive $100,000 in non-dilutive funding.
The program provides healthcare startups with the opportunity to compete for a chance to join a world-class accelerator program.
This inaugural MassRobotics Robotics Medal award was presented to Nancy Amato for her research on the algorithmic foundations of motion planning and more.
MassRobotics will serve as the exclusive strategic partner for the Robotics Summit & Expo to be held on May 10-11 in Boston.
MassRobotics challenge calls for teams to create a robot that delivers a compelling form factor specific to its tasks. Finalists will be on display at Robotics Summit & Expo.
The challenge calls for teams to create a robot that delivers a compelling form factor specific to its tasks while accomplishing a useful function.
The program provides opportunities for diverse high school girls in Massachusetts to learn about careers in robotics, expose them to technical skills and develop their professional networks.
More than 40 companies and universities will gather to showcase cutting-edge robotics and technology in a series of professional and STEM-related events
MassRobotics is hosting a free Robotics Engineering Career Fair at RoboBusiness. All registrants will also receive a free expo-only pass for RoboBusiness.
The Healthcare Robotics Startup Catalyst program objective is to provide startups with connections, guidance and resources.
MassRobotics was chosen from 580 applicants and will receive $100,000 total over the next three years.
The Robotics Medal recognizes the wide-ranging impact of female researchers around the development of robotics around the globe.
MassRobotics, Pittsburgh Robotics Network and Silicon Valley Robotics have combined forces to create a cluster alliance.