At the first MassRobotics RoboXchange, Locus Robotics shared tips on warehouse challenges, and Opteran showed a new navigational approach.
Instock, a developer of customer fulfillment robots, has brought in $3.2 million in an expanded seed funding round.
Dexterity said its Robotic Print and Apply Palletizer system can depalletize, print and apply labels, and repalletize up to 300 cases per hour.
Interact Analysis predicts that warehouse automation orders will recover in 2024, despite a challenging 2023, and that revenues will return to double-digit growth from 2025 onward.
KPI Systems and Movu Robotics say the partnership will combine ASRS and goods-to-person systems with operational designs.
CaPow’s autonomous, battery-free, high-power energy eco-system frees robots from harmful Lithium-Ion batteries. Without robot downtime for charging, the company’s method reduces CapEx, OpEx, and carbon footprint.
Strech’s first commercial application is with DHL Supply Chain, a company that Boston Dynamics has been collaborating with since 2018.
Fabric is pivoting from selling and supporting its solution in a RaaS model, to selling it as a platform solution.
Kenco’s collaboration with SVT and Locus Robotics has made deploying autonomous mobile robots seamless, significantly easier, and faster.
MODEX recap and a discussion with automation end-user Brian Tu from DCL Logistics about the effective deployment of cobots.
Brian Hart, CEO of Black-i Robotics, discusses the development of a new autonomous heavy lift robot arm designed to be deployed on top of a mobile robot.
Mark Messina, CEO Americas Addverb Technologies, discusses the warehouse automation market in the Americas and the breadth of solutions from Addverb.
The Wilmington, Mass.-based company has raised about $305 million since it was founded in 2014.
AmbiOS uses sIm-to-real techniques to reduce model training time and improve grasping success.
This partnership enables AHS to implement Berkshire Grey sortation and ASRS solutions for warehousing, logistics and 3PL clients.
Kevin Blankespoor, VP of product engineering at Boston Dynamics, takes us inside the development of Stretch.
Warehouse robotics provider Exotec has raised $90 million toward its ongoing expansion of operations and sales in North America, Europe, and Asia.
Alpen, a leading Japanese sports retailer, said it hopes for a 60% reduction in logistics operations among the benefits of the nation’s first “3D robot warehouses.”
FreshDirect is expanding its delivery services in the Washington, D.C., area with micro-fulfillment centers from Fabric, as both companies look to expand nationally.
Distribution centers (DCs) are massive warehouses that receive, inspect and store goods for later picking, packing and shipping to end-users, re-distributors or retail outlets. Products can be everything from books, pharmacy goods, clothing, office goods, food, drinks, shoes, produce, household items and pet supplies to diapers. And quantities can be one or two individual units…