This is a $28 million increase from the $376 million it brought in during 2021. In 2022, UR brought in $326 million, while MiR brought in $77 million.
Søren Nielsen steps down as president of MiR
In October 2022, Teradyne merged its subsidiaries MiR and AutoGuide into one supplier of autonomous mobile robots.
MiR unveils new software for its AMRs
MiR said the new software lays a foundation for faster missions, tighter integration and enhanced cybersecurity.
ABB’s Mark Joppru joins MiR as VP of sales for the Americas
Mark Joppru, the former vice president of ABB USA’s Consumer Segments and Service Robotics division, has joined the MiR team.
Revenue for Teradyne robotics group hits $92M in Q2 [updated]
Led by Mobile Industrial Robots and Universal Robots, the group’s revenue increased 15% Q/Q and 57% Y/Y.
Teradyne’s acquisition strategy & the future of cobots
Welcome to Episode 30 of The Robot Report Podcast, which brings conversations with robotics innovators straight to you. Join us each week for discussions with leading roboticists, innovative robotics companies, and other key members of the robotics community. You can subscribe to The Robot Report Podcast on Amazon Music, Apple Podcasts, Google Play, SoundCloud, Spotify and more. Please subscribe to the podcast and leave us a…
Ford Spain optimizes internal logistics with MiR collaborative mobile robots
Ford Spain needed to relieve human workers of the tedium of supplying robot stations, so it brought in three MiR100s, which offered flexibility, ease of use, and reliability.
MiR500 mobile robot helps Cabka automate pallet transport
Germany-based Cabka Group recycles post-industrial plastics into pallets and other material handling products. Cabka North America’ 400,000-square-foot plant in the St. Louis, Missouri area runs 24/7 to manufacture about 5,000 pallets per day. But Cabka is challenged by labor shortages due to high turnover of temporary workers, which leads to expensive downtime. At Cabka North…
Schunk Expert Days reveal state of robotics
One of the things I like about attending Schunk’s annual two-day International Expert Days conference is that it covers a range of topics. From conversations with speakers, exhibitors, and fellow attendees, I get a feel for what users need and the challenges robot and gripper makers face in meeting those needs. Another attraction is that…
MiR AMRs coming to Faurecia plants worldwide
Mobile Industrial Robots (MiR), maker of autonomous mobile robots (AMRs), is now in a global strategic collaboration with automotive technology leader Faurecia to deploy AMRs in manufacturing plants worldwide — and take the company’s automation to a new level. Faurecia has investigated and tested different solutions for automating its in-house transportation for years to optimize…
Teradyne acquires MiR for $272M, continues robotics spree
In a surprise but smart move, Teradyne (NYSE:TER), the American test solutions provider that acquired Universal Robots in 2015 and Energid Technologies earlier in 2018, acquired Danish MiR (Mobile Industrial Robots) for $148 million with an additional $124 million predicated on very achievable milestones between now and 2020. MiR was just returning from celebrating its 300%…