Southwire announced a partnership with Ready Robotics, a developer of automation systems that overcome the obstacles faced by manufacturers.
SCHUNK and READY Robotics have announced a partnership to develop an Automation Explorer simulation tool using NVIDIA’s Omniverse Platform.
Ready Robotics’ Forge/OS 5 universal operating system now works with NVIDIA’s Omniverse Isaac Simulator. NVIDIA also made an undisclosed investment into Ready Robotics.
Futura Automation hopes to use READY Robotics’ Forge O/S system to allow its customers to interchange robots from different brands.
The robotics industry has long been fragmented. Heck, Bill Gates mentioned it back in 2008. Progress has been made, sure, but a lack of common standards and platforms, as well as programming complexity, remain major hurdles for the industry. A tour of READY Robotics‘ headquarters in Columbus, Ohio, however, showcases just the opposite. The robotics…
Suma Reddy, CEO of agriculture robotics startup Future Acres, joins us to discuss the future of agtech automation.
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READY Robotics, developer of the Forge/OS enterprise-grade operating system for industrial automation, today announced two key hires to its team. Juan Aparicio joined READY Robotics as vice president of product and Mark Patterson was named director of business development. Both Aparicio and Patterson will be tasked with scaling Forge/OS. Aparicio spent more than a decade…
The Eastern Kentucky Advanced Manufacturing Institute, or eKAMI, has been retraining coal miners to be robotics technicians. READY Robotics has offered its Forge/OS brand-neutral software to help.
Collaborative robots, mobile platforms, and the enabling hardware and software were all on display at Automate/ProMat, but what was new and noteworthy?