Organizations looking to deploy autonomous mobile robots within their environments visit with several companies at HighJump event.
Robot companies preparing for MODEX among coronavirus concerns
Some robotics companies cancel participation as concerns over virus grow.
California Reports Show Progress Made in Self-driving Vehicle Testing
Companies testing autonomous vehicles on public roads in California required to list miles driven, and reasons why systems were disengaged by safety drivers.
Locus Robotics’ Rick Faulk on company’s continued growth, partnerships
100 million units picked is just the start for the autonomous mobile robot pioneer.
Outrider Raises $53M to Automate Yard Vehicle Operations for Warehouses
System looks to improve efficiency and safety through autonomous electric vehicles for freight transfer between public roads and warehouses.
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Orders of robots in North America up in 2019, but revenues decreased
Automotive OEM sector, and plastics & rubber industry the biggest driver of robot unit orders for the year, RIA says.
Warehouse Executives Like Their Order-Picking, but Feel Systems Could Improve
New survey shows high interest in automation and robotics to address accuracy and efficiency.
How Phoenix Children’s Hospital uses robotic guidance for neurosurgery
The addition of a robotic assistant for cranial procedures helps surgeons improve accuracy, reduce recovery time for pediatric patients.
Robot editor chats about robots, jobs, retailing and exoskeletons
Catch up on some analysis around recent robotics events and trends through these video and podcast interviews.
Robotics firms continue to forge partnerships, collaboration with customers
Kinova, GreyOrange, RightHand among those collaborating with integrators and other customers/partners.
Miso Robotics’ new Flippy concept aims to spark restaurant automation
PASADENA, Calif. – Miso Robotics, which develops food automation robots for quick-service restaurants, this week announced a new prototype that puts “Flippy” on a rail to perform extended capabilities for commercial kitchens. Based on feedback from early Miso customers, the new Robot on a Rail (ROAR) concept puts the Flippy robot arm on an upside-down…
RoboBusiness 2020 opens call for presentations for June robotics event
The robotics and automation sector’s premier business development event seeks session submissions that highlight commercial opportunities for robotics solution providers, and that discuss innovation in all its forms.
ULC Robotics, SGN to develop all-electric excavation robot
Project looks at autonomous roadwork excavation system to protect workers, residents during gas pipe upgrades and maintenance.
NRF 2020 trends: Robot companies look to solve retailer inventory woes
Automation solutions pitched to address stockouts, product compliance and price accuracy.
Show and tell in Vegas: robot reflections from CES 2020
Annual technology showcase attracting major robotics manufacturers beyond the consumer focus.
Meet WaveSense: Providing Accuracy for Vehicles Via Underground Radar
Sensor startup looks to aid self-driving and driver-assist vehicles with better mapping and localization features.
Robotics Trends to Watch in 2020: Our 8 Big Predictions
Robotics Business Review chimes in with editors’ predictions for some big themes to note during the year.
Robotics Prediction Scorecard 2019: How Did We Do?
Home runs, or swing-and-a-miss? Our robot predictions were a mix of both.
After Record 2019, E-Commerce Retailers Prepare for 2020
Speeding up the supply chain for first-and-last-mile deliveries will be major focus, report suggests.
Industry Experts Provide More Robotics Predictions for 2020
Booming markets predicted for some industries, volatility in others.
Survey: 75% of U.S. Workers Think Their Jobs are Safe from Automation
Impact of automation yet to be felt, and workers remain optimistic that it will help their future work.
Judge Allows Suitable Sale to Blue Ocean to Proceed
Delaware judge denies injunction to block the sale of telepresence robot company, but raises concern over the fairness of the sale process.
Gecko Robotics’ CEO on Driving Industrial Inspection Robots
New funding will help scale up development of ground-based, wall-crawling robots.
The Robotics Sector in 2020 and Beyond: Predictions from Industry Gurus
Continued growth, shifting attitudes, new roles all expected in the year and decade to come.