Christine Boles, VP and GM of Intel’s Industrial Solutions discusses the key technologies available for robotics development and future technologies.
APEX.AI co-founder Dejan Pangercic discusses software development for autonomous vehicles.
Robotics Summit & Expo attendees will learn about Apptronik’s approach to developing a platform for general purpose robots.
More than 60 industry leaders will be on stage at the Robotics Summit & Expo (May 10-11 in Boston), the premier event for commercial robotics development.
In this episode of The Robot Report Podcast, Steve and Mike interview Ted Larson, the co-founder and CEO of OLogic. Since the early 2000s, OLogic has been helping Silicon Valley robotics entrepreneurs design and develop complex robotic solutions. The company has worked on over 200 products during its existence. Ted shares his advice and some…
Adapta Robotics’ solutions automate critical device testing and retail inventory operations formally accomplished using inefficient and error prone manual methods, freeing workers for higher value tasks in the process.
Sessions specifically designed to provide robotics designers and developers with the information, guidance and training they need to sharpen their engineering skills and increase their productivity are available on demand.
In this webinar, attendees will be provided with an overview of the agricultural robotics sector including a review of existing ag robotics systems, as well as highlighting current opportunities and gating factors. In addition, the latest platforms and technologies used to create agricultural robotics systems will be reviewed.
The Field Robotics Engineering Forum seeks session submissions that focus on the design and development of robotics systems that operate in outdoor, unstructured and dynamic environments, such as construction worksites, open mines, and farm fields, as well as busy urban centers.
This webinar focuses on how AI and machine learning SW / HW technologies and techniques are being employed in ground based, aerial and maritime systems to make robots more intelligent and functional.
With the Omniverse Replicator, and the DRIVE Sim and Isaac Sim introductions, NVIDIA is addressing the machine learning data challenge.
The functional capacities of ModalAI’s VOXL CAM solution are impressive – powerful compute, imaging and navigation – particularly given its small size.
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.
Tactile sensing technologies allow collaborative robots to ‘feel’ many classes of objects – hard, soft, rigid, flexible, etc. As EU Automation’s Claudia Jarrett notes, this capability allows cobots to perform increasingly complex tasks while working in a collaborative manner with humans.
Third year technical design and development event for producers of commercial class robotics systems returns in 2022 with deepened coverage, an expanded expo floor, and co-locates with the Healthcare Robotics Engineering Forum.
Week long digital event series is designed specifically to address challenges, and alleviate the burden, of AMR selection, adoption and management.
Group from Technical University Munich wins the Indy Autonomous Challenge, taking home the $1 million Grand Prize. Mike Oitzman, Editor of the Mobile Robot Guide, reviews the first autonomous motorcar event held at the world-famous Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
While deep learning methods have proven useful for autonomous navigation, the approach requires vast amounts of data and computing power, and produces solutions that are inefficient, fragile and unaffordable for many classes of applications. Opteran’s “Natural Intelligence” approach, based on the function of insect brains, provides an alternative for generating complex, autonomous behaviors for machines.
InOrbit’s cloud-based, robot-agnostic software solution for deploying, managing and optimizing autonomous mobile robots is delivered as a service.
Bulk metallic glass could reduce the prices of cobots, and also lead to advanced 3D printed metals.
Robotics start-ups are releasing solutions designed to assist manufacturers address labor challenges, confront global competition and provide lasting business value. Examples include products and technologies that increase the ease and speed of robotics software development, as well as support sensor-driven autonomy and mobility.
Robotics OEMs, solution providers and others are increasingly utilizing services firms for the development of new technologies and products. In this RoboBusiness Direct session attendees will learn of the wide variety of services offerings that are available, as well as provider selection criteria, business models and more.
Programming industrial robots can be difficult, time consuming and costly. RoboDK addresses these challenges by providing an affordable, simplified simulation and programming platform that supports more than 500 robot arms, from 50 different robot manufacturers, for a wide range of applications.
Software and services provider PickNik Robotics leverages commercial and open source software, including Robot Operating, to provide its customers with advanced motion control and manipulation solutions.
The construction sector is huge, but famously stubborn in its adoption of new technology. That is changing as advances in construction automation continue apace… including the development of construction robotics solutions. Challenges remain, but they are being addressed.