Seegrid offers more purchase options to support growing demand for its material handling AMRs.
Seegrid Corporation announces the availability of the Seegrid Palion Tow Tractor Series 8 with enhanced Smart Path technology.
Seegrid said that its purchase of lidar startup Box Robotics will help it advance its vision-guided robots for safe materials handling amid accelerating supply chain demand.
Seegrid said its latest investment will help it meet high demand for autonomous mobile robots as manufacturing and logistics companies continue to adopt automation.
ATLANTA – It is somewhat ironic that during an event where companies are announcing a number of new partnerships and agreements, the event itself has instituted a “no handshake” policy due to concerns around the disease called COVID-19. Still, Day 2 of the event saw many new announcements in the materials handling space. Exhibitors forged […]
Seegrid, which makes autonomous mobile robots for materials handling in dynamic environments, celebrated 2 million miles driven without personnel safety incidents.
Even as the market for autonomous mobile robots grows, developers need to understand how they compare with other technologies and where demand is highest.
Blue River Technology has been acquired by John Deere* for $305 million. The acquisition of the Silicon Valley artificial intelligence and farm equipment making startup by farming’s largest equipment manufacturer (Deere), is a great success story with a bit of a twist.
[This article first appeared on pages 191-198 in “World Robotics Service Robots 2013” published by the IFR (International Federation of Robotics) Statistical Department. Copies of that book and its companion “World Industrial Robotics 2013” both of which can be purchased here. It is reprinted with permission from the publisher.] By Frank Tobe, Editor, The Robot Report…
Industrial Robots; Robot Arms; Cameras, Scanners and Vision Systems; Collaborative Cage-free Robots; Mobile Robots; Robot Operating Systems; Warehousing and Materials Handling; New Technologies, and Jobs By Frank Tobe, Editor and Publisher, The Robot Report There are fewer manufacturers of industrial robots than one might imagine: only a little more than 200 worldwide. Of these, less…