Funding remains strong for robot companies, AI firms and autonomous vehicle technologies.
RoboBusiness will present a track on “Service Robotics Arrive in Daily Life” at CES. Come see how robots are changing housework, cooking, retail, and healthcare.
Integrating robots into a household environment will require a different approach to robot design than industrial automation, writes guest columnist Alexandre Colle.
Retail and office cleaning robot vacuum will be smaller than larger industrial floor cleaners.
Sales galore being offered for holiday shoppers on robot vacuums, aerial drones, and robot toys.
Warehouse robots are helping humans by moving and picking items, as demands rise for e-commerce order fulfillment this holiday season.
For young and old, here’s our picks for some unique gift options for enthusiasts of robots, drones, and vacuums.
Companies that use commercial drones in the air and underground earned big investments in recent weeks.
Vendors wooed consumer packaged goods makers with automation controls and digital twins to make optimizing factory performance easier.
Companies creating lidar, pedestrian behavior software, and virtual reality systems earned additional funding in recent weeks.
Although Amazon Alexa and Google Home have been successful, Jibo’s struggles illustrate the challenges facing social robots. Will smart speakers and appliances lead to other instances of robotics and artificial intelligence in homes?
Many see the benefits of AI, but get nervous with AI that acts without human interaction, a new report suggests.
Straddling the line between pet robot and personal assistant, Vector wants to be helpful, entertaining, and endearing.
While not yet a commonplace sight, retail robots are starting to conduct many tasks to help stores manage inventory, address worker shortages, and extend operations.
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.
New funding allows “flying machines” to perform at more live events, Verity Studios founder Raffaello D’Andrea tells Robotics Business Review.
Philip Norman used to be an architect and a painter. Then he made an invention that could prove to be a game-changer for the way robots are built in the future.
Food robots, from growing and processing to cooking, are expected to be in high demand. CMU and Sony have started a collaboration to develop these robots.
In a galaxy not so far away and a short time ago, a flurry of mergers and acquisitions in the robotics and AI industry highlighted the start of 2018’s fifth month.
Not only can robot kits help teach children with autism spectrum disorder about STEM subjects, but they can also enable caregivers to engage with certain children in new ways. Here are some examples.
Teradyne’s acquisition of Mobile Industrial Robots could spark further consolidation in the mobile robotics space.
The latest robot vacuums include smarter navigation, sensors, advanced software, and different brushes to help keep your house clean.
The EU’s strict new General Data Protection Regulation will affect companies globally, and service robot users should know its provisions.
The service robots category is broad, including just about all automation that isn’t industrial. A closer look reveals how suppliers and users can make the most of new technologies.
The service robots market, which includes household, healthcare, and retail, will grow thanks to technological advances and strong demand, predicts Global Market Insights.