Precise Automation CEO discusses innovations in small parts assembly, challenges for roboticists.
Merging the world of creativity and imagination with robotics and AI.
How teleoperation is taking tasks based on distance, danger, and scale.
One of the pioneers in socially assistive robots discusses how all parts of a robot are important for human interaction.
Working at the intersection of art, robotics, and social media, Dr. Ken Goldberg shares his thoughts on making robots less clumsy when grabbing objects.
This year’s event discusses ethics of autonomous vehicles, legality issues around sidewalk delivery robots, and other issues as humans interact with robots.
A proven entrepreneur and innovative robot designer, Aaron Edsinger shares the journey of working in the human-collaborative robots field.
Rescue robots can help save lives in the aftermath of disaster, but agencies should know more about their costs and capabilities, says Robin Murphy, founder of Roboticists Without Borders.
Robotics startups can become successful without losing sight of social value, says Vecna Robotics’ Daniel Theobald. He describes his experiences and outlook.
European robotics research institutions are world leaders, and Martin Haegele has spent his career helping industrial and service robot innovations reach commercialization.
Despite the hype, real-world AI solutions are emerging, and a recent summit looked at new techniques and case studies, including a robot for aiding the aging, smart homes, and industrial automation.
Exoskeleton entrepreneur Amit Goffer is well-known for his work on the ReWalk system. UPnRIDE, his latest project, is intended to provide full mobility in a standing position.
In this Essential Interview excerpt, the CEO of Autonomous Solutions discusses his experience working up in robotics, ASI’s unique business model, and challenges facing mobile robots.
In this Essential Interview, Dr. Jun Ho Oh, director of the Humanoid Research Center at KAIST and co-founder of Rainbow Robotics Co., talks about the challenges of creating a robust humanoid robot and the nascent market for commercial androids.
In the latest Essential Interview excerpt, CMU Professor Howie Choset talks about his research into snake robots, robotics collaboration with other researchers, and commercializing products with students.
Cory Kidd, the CEO of Catalia Health, recently spoke with Industrial Robot’s Joanne Pransky about his interest in healthcare, how he founded two robotics companies, and potential market for Mabu.
In this Essential Interview excerpt, Gianmarco Veruggio discusses his innovative work on Italian marine robots, how he got into “roboethics,” and what safeguards are needed for military robots.
Robotics Ph.D. students should try to start their own businesses, says Rob Buckingham, director of the Remote Applications in Challenging Environments Centre at the UK Atomic Energy Authority.
Surgical robotics pioneer Jacob Rosen talks about his telesurgery and exoskeleton research and how the FDA approval process affects the medical device market.
William “Red” Whittaker, a professor at Carnegie Mellon University and CEO of Astrobotic Technology, discusses why field robotics is fun and his proudest moments working on mobile robots.
Melonee Wise, founder of Unbounded Robotics and Fetch Robotics, talks about balancing her experiences in mechanical engineering, programming, and business management.
Healthcare robotics pioneer Aldo Zini explains how Aethon made its robots safer and more capable and his biggest mistake.
The founder of Savioke, whose Relay is a model of robots as a service in hotels, shares observations about robotics development.
Yulun Wang, co-founder of Computer Motion and InTouch Health, explains how he got into surgical robotics, his tech wish list, and the differences between privately held and public companies.
Helen Greiner, co-founder of both iRobot and CyPhy Works, discusses challenges that she has faced and offers some recommendations to people just starting careers in robotics.