Filed in Technology - Robotics Business Review
Get the most out of Ro­bot­ics Business Review!


Technology
Talking Stock Picks for 2015 at the Investing Webcast
Conducting R&D with Government Funding
Graphene: The New Plastic for 3D Printing & Beyond


Latest Technology News
The Essential Interview: Steve Cousins, CEO of Savioke
The founder of Savioke, whose Relay is a model of robots as a service in hotels, shares observations about robotics development. (February 10, 2016)

Robots Promise Greater Productivity Amid Oil Slump
Just as with regional economies and energy companies, not every robotics provider is doing equally well during the current fuel price drop. (February 08, 2016)

Denmark Open to Automation as Much of Europe Sours
Danes hold the European title of being most open to the use of robots, yet Danish companies are not fully exploiting the potential of industrial robotics because they lack vital knowledge. (February 03, 2016)

Fraunhofer IFF Robots Punch People for Research
Collaborative robots need metrics and rules to know the balance between sufficient force to injure humans and reasonable speeds. (February 03, 2016)

Apellix Readies Drones for Coatings Industry
Jobs that require climbing utility towers or other structures are ideal uses for automation. Apellix has developed its four-part Worker Bee system to address infrastructure needs. (February 01, 2016)

Seegrid’s IP Goldmine: Logistics, and Then Some
The key is the ease of programming and reprogramming the vehicles to “see” and to “learn”. (January 30, 2016)

Suicide Drones: Clear and Present Danger?
A new multi-billion-dollar arms race is on the grow right before our eyes. (January 29, 2016)

Farmers Start to Benefit From Automated Ground Vehicles
Robots are rapidly moving into fields to help with lettuce cultivation and weeding, but full autonomy and fruit picking pose challenges. (January 28, 2016)

Rugged, Multi-purpose UGEV: Toolbox on Treads
The UGEV is the first of a new breed of powerful, disaster-ready robots readily capable of taking on tough jobs too dangerous for humans. (January 27, 2016)

Robots, Jobs and Davos: “It’s Like Déjà Vu All Over Again”
Do we all need a collective slap to snap us out of a pandemic of robophobia? (January 22, 2016)

Exoskeleton Research Steps Up to Challenges
Doctors and researchers customize wearable devices to help children and other patients walk. (January 21, 2016)

Wearable Robots Speed Physical Rehabilitation
Researchers in Canada, Texas, and Singapore are among the pioneers helping patients overcome traumatic brain injuries with exoskeletons. (January 21, 2016)

Can Scotland Develop Into a Global AI Hub?
EU and U.K. research support could help Edinburgh become an artificial intelligence leader, but success may depend on commercial applications. (January 20, 2016)

Toyota’s New AI Hire Discusses Research at CES 2016
James Kuffner, who has moved from Google to Toyota, discussed robotics, AI, and cloud computing at the Consumer Electronics Show. (January 14, 2016)

Down to the Sea in Robots: Ore and Mineral Bonanza Awaits
Copper, gold, zinc and silver await in the cold, dark abyss 3,000 feet down. (January 14, 2016)



Special Focus: Robots and the Law
Robots and the Law

Expert insight on the ethical and legal issues affecting robot regulations globally.


Starship Goes the Last Mile for Deliveries

Get Ahead of Commercial Drone Rules

RoboLaw Expert Tries to Educate European Legislators
More in Robots and the Law

Special Focus: 3D Printing
3D Printing

The new reality of customizable, one-off production:
Additive Manufacturing (AM). Where it’s going, why and what’s
driving its emergence.


3D Printing Begins to Come of Age…Finally!

Exoskeleton Research Steps Up to Challenges

Robotics Takeways From CES 2016
More in 3D Printing



Robotics Takeways From CES 2016

Chinese Firms Invest $20M in Israeli Robotics R&D

RoboBusiness Europe Is Reborn in Denmark

In Their Own Words: 10 Women Talk About the Future of Robotics

Is Robotic Welding ‘Inevitable’?