With machine learning, algorithms are automatically generated from large datasets, speeding the development and reducing the difficulty of creating complex systems, including robotics systems. While data at scale is what makes accurate machine learning ‘go’, the data used to train ML models must also be very accurate and of high quality.
For robotics systems, “supervised autonomy”, readily available for implementation today, can be used as a bridging solution between teleoperation and full autonomy.
Drone providers AeroVironment and Draganfly are widening distribution of the Quantix Mapper system, just in time for planting season in the Northern Hemisphere.
Multi-year partnership will provide training for 400,000+ union members on use of autonomous earth-moving equipment.
Field robots, industrial automation, self-driving vehicles, and healthcare systems received funding in February 2020.
Project looks at autonomous roadwork excavation system to protect workers, residents during gas pipe upgrades and maintenance.
The Robot Report, sibling site to Robotics Business Review, tracked $1.9 billion in robotics transactions in December 2019, including funding for aerospace, logistics, and healthcare applications.
Sensor startup looks to aid self-driving and driver-assist vehicles with better mapping and localization features.
Powered exoskeletons can assist humans with lifting up to 200 pounds in industrial and dangerous settings.
Collaborations with firms will help Spot robot navigate job sites to capture data and track progress.
Made in the U.S., the RangePro X8 offers commercial and industrial applications across several markets for inspection, surveying, and first response scenarios.
Company releases new UAV and updated aerial methane inspection package.
System designed for commercial surveying and 3D mapping applications.
Systems convert existing vehicles into fully autonomous equipment.
Showing appreciation for the sheer breadth of the robotics industry.
How exoskeletons and robots are augmenting human capabilities in the industrial workforce.
Drone-stabilized system offers real-time tracking, object identification and data harvesting features.
New robot, interface and work cell system expands welding uses for industrial applications.
System could benefit autonomous vehicles through data sharing, alerts and other improvements.
Advances in automation technologies can help speed up the time it takes to create, modify, or fix roadways.
Pitch competition and investor summit highlight Pittsburgh robotics community.
ARC Specialties uses Universal Robot cobot in new AI-powered welding system, while ATI Industrial Automation Automatic Tool Changer is certified, joins UR+ portfolio.
AMP Cortex Significantly Increases Productivity While Providing a Comprehensive Solution to Recycle Fiber and Other Materials.
Worldwide market for construction robotics to reach $226M over six years.
Human worker augmentation driving growth of passive exoskeletons, research firm says.