Meet the Finalists of the Game Changer Awards
The finalists for the 2015 Game Changer Awards, which honor the robotics industry’s remarkable technical accomplishments and their makers. Winners will be announced September 23rd at RoboBusiness 2015.
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Uber Gives CMU $5.5M to Rebuild Self-Driving Research
Is money for a faculty chair and three grad students enough to maintain Pittsburgh pipeline for robotics experts?
Omron to Acquire Adept Technology for $200M
Japan-based sensing and control company adds U.S. industrial robotics business to its manufacturing portfolio.
UAE Launches International ‘Robotics for Good’ Competition
The United Arab Emirates aims high, hoping to stimulate international innovation and become a regional leader in robotics.
Chinese Robotics Investors Buy Canada’s ESI for $300M
Mobility, actuators, and robot arms for military and commercial use lead to purchases.
German Robotics Research Targets New Horizons
Research and development efforts are leading German robotics in fresh directions.
WPI Wins $570,000 in NSF Grants for Soft Robotics
Two grants focus on manipulation and control over soft robotics.
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Japan’s Spread Co. Builds the Biggest Automated Lettuce Farm
Indoor and robotic agriculture starts to scale up production for a hungry world.
Dell to Invest $125B in China for AI, Market Access
PC maker diversifies, builds partnerships, and follows government strategy.
Throwbot Maker ReconRobotics Forced to Regroup
Slowdown in military ground robotics market believed to be only temporary.
Drone Makers Look for Funding to Take Off
Lily Robotics could raise its valuation to $100M, as consumer and commercial UAV firms merge.
Toyota Spends $50M on AI Cars, Hires DARPA Lead
Japanese automaker spreads driver-assist research funding between MIT, Stanford.