In September, Sarcos field-tested for the U.S. Navy during the Repair Technology Exercise (REPTX) at Naval Base Ventura County in Port Hueneme, CA.
Sarcos CEO Kiva Allgood is presenting an engaging keynote on day two of the 2022 Field Robotics Engineering Forum.
Sarcos demoed its Guardian XO, including the manipulation of a full sheet of plywood by using a vacuum gripper attached to the arm of the exoskeleton.
For the full year 2021, Sarcos brought in $5.1 million in revenue, a decrease from the $8.8 million during 2020.
The combined company will offer an extended product portfolio to target a much broader spectrum of customers across the commercial and defense sectors.
Sarcos said one-time expenses associated with the public merger with Rotor Acquisition Corp. led to increased losses.
Sarcos Robotics and T-Mobile announce a collaboration to integrate T-Mobile 5G into the Sarcos Guardian XT robot.
Sarcos announces that it will become publicly listed through a merger transaction with Rotor Acquisition Corp.
The Sarcos Guardian DX remote-controlled robotic system can be added to a variety of industrial mobility platforms already in use at U.S. shipyards, military bases, and depots.
In September 2020, healthcare robotics, drones for inspection, and industrial automation received funding, but transactions slowed for autonomous vehicle developers.
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Sarcos Robotics, which has been bringing its Guardian XO industrial exoskeleton to market, has raised $40 million and added members to its board of directors.
Sarcos Defense has won a contract for the Guardian XO Alpha exoskeleton, which is designed to multiply the wearer’s strength and be safe to operate for a full shift.
MFE Rentals, which provides inspection equipment, is an official rental and resale partner of Sarcos Robotics for its Guardian S robot, which is designed to remotely communicate from a variety of environments.
RMUS, or Rocky Mountain Unmanned Systems, will distribute, integrate, and service Sarcos Robotics’ Guardian S robotic crawler system. The mobile robot is designed to be a rugged platform for industrial inspection, public safety, and more.
Delta is the first airline to investigate Sarcos Robotics’ superhero-style wearable technology for enhancing worker strength and safety.
Sarcos Robotics, which develops industrial exoskeletons and other robotics aimed to enhance productivity and safety, today unveiled the Alpha version of its Guardian XO industrial exoskeleton. The Salt Lake City-based company said the first shipments of the Alpha units would ship to members of its exoskeleton advisory group and the U.S. military in January 2020.…
Sarcos Robotics announced that its Guardian XO exoskeleton successfully participated in the U.S. Air Force’s Mobility Guardian exercise.
In this month’s issue of The Robot Report, a special print insert in Design World, we examine exoskeleton design, development, and uses in healthcare and industry.
SALT LAKE CITY and BELLEVUE, Wash. — Today, Sarcos Robotics announced that it has been awarded a contract by the United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) to deliver a pre-production version of its Guardian XO full-body, autonomously powered robotic exoskeleton. Sarcos‘ exoskeleton is capable of operating for up to eight hours per battery charge while…
Many of the most visible demonstrations of exoskeletons have been for assisting people with disabilities. However, limitations of weight, power, and cost have resulted in slow rates of adoption. In the meantime, the technology continues to advance, with industrial exoskeletons providing application experience. While the majority of today’s $130 million wearable robotics market is for…
Sarcos Robotics secured $30 million in Series B funding. The funding will help scale production and deployment of its Guardian S inspection and surveillance robot and prepare for the launch of its Guardian XO powered industrial exoskeleton in late 2019. The Series B funding was co-led by DIG Investment and Alex. Brown & Sons. Each of the Series A investors also participated in the Series B, including Caterpillar…