Why Are Too Few Females in Robotics? Could It Be the Robots?
Of the 444 robot builders representing 24 robot entrants only 23 builders are women.
(June 05, 2015)
The Future Looks Rosy in U.K. Robotics Landscape Report
Innovate UK says the nation's robotics and autonomous systems market presents an opportunity to catch up to the U.S., Asia.
(April 07, 2015)
Qualcomm and Techstars to Grow Robots in Sunny San Diego
Qualcomm and Techstars building robots one robot at a time.
(December 18, 2014)
The Three Amigos: Jimmy, Pepper and Jibo
The first wave of truly social companion robots for the average family is here.
(November 26, 2014)
Exoskeleton Revolution: From Rigid to Soft to Ultra Soft
2014 was a breakout year for exoskeletons. The field is now crowded and very active with competing brands.
(November 19, 2014)
Can China’s Homegrown Robots Supplant Foreign Brands?
The robot gold rush for foreign robot brands may well be coming to an end.
(November 13, 2014)
Essential Robotics: RBR Research Reports 2014
Our first six webcasts and aligned research reports are ready for you.
(August 03, 2014)
How Tricky Is Investing in Robotics for Oil, Gas & Mining?
Robots are heading into brand new worlds where they have never before made contact
(July 25, 2014)
The Quiet Giant of Asian Robotics: Korea
Korea is well on its way to becoming a major player in the global robotics market.
(May 08, 2014)
Future Factory Robots Get STAMINA Boost
European researchers involved in the STAMINA project have concluded a series of experiments on a flexible robot learning system that allows factory bots to be easily trained by co-workers.
(April 04, 2014)
Is Robotic Milking a Viable Option for Farmers?
Researchers expect 20% of cows in Europe to be milked by robots in 2020. A new project is testing the economic viability of integrated cow grazing and robotic milking systems.
(March 29, 2014)
Tasty Impact: 3D Printing, Twinkies and Robotics
Are the world's giant and not so giant food producers aware of 3D printed food?
(March 14, 2014)
NeuroRover Uses Spiking Neurons, Artificial Bee Brain to Adapt
The NeuroRover features artificial mini-brains with spiking neurons that generate electrical signals just as real biological neurons, a bio-inspired structure that has potential for widespread application in robotic systems.
(March 06, 2014)