In Episode 75 of The Robot Report Podcast, Steve Crowe and Mike Oitzman interview Willy Pell, VP of Autonomy at Blue River Technology. Plus Cruise’s robot taxis gets pulled over.
RGo Robotics’ solutions leverages patent-pending computer vision and machine learning technology to provide mobile robots and other systems with advanced perception capabilities such as object detection and recognition, and scene understanding, as well as mapping and localization.
The functional capacities of ModalAI’s VOXL CAM solution are impressive – powerful compute, imaging and navigation – particularly given its small size.
The RBR50 awards honor technology, business, and market innovations, as well as the robotics and automation organizations worldwide that were responsible for them.
The Robotics Summit keynotes and sessions, along with exhibiting companies, provides members of the media and analyst communities with many news, interview and photo / video opportunities with world’s leading robotics professionals, as well as access to the latest robotic systems and technologies.
Research continues into the use of autonomous vehicles for military operations. The benefits are clear, but for systems to reach their full potential military personal must trust the systems under their control. Simulated systems training can assist in that effort.
Leading robotics cluster supports international robotics design and development event with Start-Up Pavilion, Robotics Career Fair, strategic advice, speakers, and more.
By employing a combination of mobile robots and cloud-based software, Gecko Robotics automates difficult and demanding industrial inspection tasks.
In Episode 70 of The Robot Report Podcast, Mike Oitzman interviews Matt Rendall, CEO of OTTO Motors and Clearpath Robotics.
What’s new for collaborative robotics systems, enabling technologies and applications? What’s next? Attend this online session on April 20th to find out.
Companies must prioritize safety when deploying autonomous mobile robots. The ANSI/RIA R15.08 safety standard for mobile robots, recently released by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and Robotic Industries Association (RIA), should be your guide.
SISU’s “cinema robots” allow filmmakers, videographers, and photographers to quickly and easily produce high quality videos and photos that require precise camera control, along with smooth and steady camera movement. Robotics engineers and complex programming are not necessary.
In this webinar, attendees will learn how the latest products and technologies support the development of advanced healthcare robotics systems and allow for new capabilities, new applications, and entry into new markets.
In Episode 69 of The Robot Report Podcast, Steve Crowe and Mike Oitzman interview Steve Cousins, the founder and CEO of Savioke Robotics.
Third year technical design and development events for producers of commercial class robotics systems return to Boston, May 10-11, 2022. Early Bird registration discounts providing $100 off are available until March 11th.
The subhead for the Seegrid / RōBEX partnership announcement noted “Seegrid Partners with Growing Robotics Integrator”. ‘Growing’ is the operative word here, but ‘competent’ could also serve as the RōBEX descriptor.
In this Robot Report podcast, Foxglove’s CEO Adrian Macneil discusses the company’s open-source visualization and debugging tool for robotics, along with the Foxglove’s spin-out from autonomous driving company Cruise.
Improving radar resolution has traditionally been based on a hardware advancements which significantly increase the cost, size, and power consumption of the sensors. But radar solutions empowered by (constantly improving) machine learning software, can deliver high resolution and long-range sensing in compact, low power, economical packages.
Registration is now open for third year technical design and development event for producers of commercial class robotics systems. The conference and expo returns to Boston in May 2022 with deepened coverage, an expanded expo floor, and is co-located with the Healthcare Robotics Engineering Forum and DerviceTalks Boston.
Categories include 1) Business and Management Innovation, 2) Technology, Services, and Research Innovation, or 3) Application and Market Innovation.
Recent series large investments into robotics companies, totaling nearly US $1B, could be an early indicator that 2022 will be a banner year for robotics investments. Apex.AI’s Jan Becker and Joe Speed are also interviewed.
Attendees are presented with an analysis of 2021 VC and private sector investment into companies producing robots or robotics enabling technologies worldwide. Statically measurable qualities, attributes, and rankings that provide for meaningful interpretation and speak to robotics business development will be presented.
Robotics and automation technologies are being adopted at record rates, with no signs of slowdown. The primary demand driver is e-commerce.
Asensus Surgical CEO Anthony Fernando extrapolates from current trends, and provides insights into the future of robotics-assisted surgery, digitized surgery and telesurgery.
In this Robot Report podcast, WTWH Media’s Robotics Group – Steve Crowe, Mike Oitzman and Dan Kara – discuss the leading trends, themes, and opportunities that will drive the robotics, automation and intelligent systems sector forward in 2022.