RightHand Robotics and Asetec have partnered together for future robotic logistics center integration projects in South Korea.
Vanderlande to help scale RightHand Robotics’ RightPick system to general merchandise warehouses and distribution centers around the world.
The company intends to use the funds to accelerate product and business development, while scaling its global presence and partner network
RightHand Robotics is looking to raise a total of $40 million in its latest funding round.
In this weeks episode, Steve and Mike discuss the expansion of Waymo service into SF, the recent Locus Robotics milestone – and Steve interviews RightHand Robotics CEO, Yaro Tenzer.
SVT Robotics releases a connector between SVT’s SOFTBOT Platform and the RightHand Robotics RightPick 3 item-handling robot system.
RightHand Robotics, a developer of autonomous picking solutions for order fulfillment, today introduced its RightPick 3 item-handling robot system. Designed from the ground up, RightPick 3 features a modular, industrialized hardware design, software APIs and international compliance. The company’s robots are being used around the world in applications such as AS/RS, sorter induction, auto-bagger, kitting…
E-commerce order fulfillment needs speed and accuracy. RightHand Robotics chose Intel’s RealSense D415 depth cameras to collect robust data for its RightPick2 system for piece picking.
Ingram Micro is a major distributor of technology products and needed to improve working conditions in one facility. Automation including Chuck has helped it with efficiency.
At an “Ask Me Anything” panel last week, robotics veterans shared their startup experiences and advice.
RightHand Robotics, which makes a variety of robotic manipulation systems, opened a subsidiary in Japan and launched its first multi-robot installation of RightPick there.
Massachusetts-based RightHand Robotics and Locus Robotics are working to offer Locus’ multi-robot model for piece handling integrated with RHR’s autonomous work cell for warehouse operations.
RightHand Robotics is reaching for new areas of goods-to-person automation with its RightPick2 system, whose flexibility and integration with put-wall sortation systems won an innovation award at ProMat 2019.
Collaborative robots, mobile platforms, and the enabling hardware and software were all on display at Automate/ProMat, but what was new and noteworthy?
Growing demand for rapid e-commerce order fulfillment is a major driver for the development and adoption for mobile robots. However, the market and the technologies that serve it are changing rapidly. The Robot Report asked the following five experts in mobile robotics about their observations (their responses have been edited for length): Tom Galluzzo, founder…
Robots have used multiple types of grippers for years, but the push for more manual dexterity has become more urgent because of rising demand from e-commerce order fulfillment and other applications. Human-level manipulation of various objects is a difficult technical challenge, and robotics developers and vendors have responded with a range of solutions. From…
You sign into your workstation. A tote of mixed items arrives in front of you. You reach in, pick an item out, and place it in a container on the conveyor to your side. This incredibly simple task, done in a matter of seconds and without much thought, illustrates what a highly evolved machine you…
RightHand Robotics, a Somerville, Mass-based company founded in 2014 by Leif Jentoft and Yaro Tenzer, closed a $23 million Series B round for its RightPick robotic piece-picking technology. The round was led by Menlo Ventures and included participation from GV (formerly Google Ventures) and existing investors Dream Incubator, Matrix Partners, and Playground Global. Prior to…
The Automate 2017 Show in Chicago is quite large this year, with record foot traffic and exhibitors. We’ve seen a lot of new technologies here in the form of motion control, power transmission, linear designs … and robotics for automation. One bit of news from the Association for Advancing Automation (A3) was of the first-ever U.S.-China robotics forum […]