Every automation business or user of robotics wants to know where the technology and markets are heading. Here are our predictions.
Surgical robots are evolving, with newer systems incorporating tele-operation, virtual reality training, and more procedures. Here are five to watch.
At CES 2019, a panel will discuss the future of robotic caregivers for humans with learning issues. We talk with one of the panelists, who helped develop the curriculum for RoboKind’s Milo robot.
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.
The high-tech surgical training facility is the first in the U.S. to partner with the British robotics company to train surgeons with the Versius next-generation robotic system.
AI World speakers described bringing human traits, ethics, and lots more data to machine learning applications.
In the near future, surgeries will include enhanced imaging, greater autonomy, and optimized learning, said experts at the Hamlyn Symposium on Medical Robotics.
Exoskeletons are getting lighter, smarter, and more useful in a range of industries, from healthcare and construction to the military. Here’s a rundown of vendors and users.
At the Healthcare Packaging Expo, new automated solutions offered more efficient packaging, traceability, and quality control for pharmaceutical packaging.
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?
Consolidation continues in the surgical robot space, and aerial drone makers have one of those good news, bad news moments.
Since 2011, Dallas-based RoboKind has created a range of novel robots designed to help children with autism spectrum disorders develop essential skills, including STEM.
The new FLA series of actuators will be on display at Harmonic Drive’s booth at RoboBusiness in Silicon Valley this week.
New GPU chipsets and developer’s kits focus AI attention on industrial robots, medical imaging.
Training employees on complex processes in manufacturing and assembly is a good use case for augmented reality and virtual reality. Here are some innovative AR/VR providers.
The Empower prosthesis by Ottobock helps its wearer regain lost freedom of movement — using a powerful brushless motor that releases the energy of a calf muscle at every step.
World’s first compact folding arm technology in the N6 provides the optimum in motion and workspace efficiency, says Epson.
AI and robotics are becoming sophisticated enough that they can help solve world problems such as hunger, alternative energy, disease, and crime. But we need to be realistic about the work still needed to develop them.
Kollmorgen, which has been providing innovative motion systems for more than a century, will be demonstrating its latest motion solutions for real-world problems at RoboBusiness 2018.
As an integrator, HighRes Biosolutions intimately knows its customers’ needs, as the biopharmaceuticals industry looks to save money and speed testing with robots.
A recent report by Allied Market Research looks at robotic surgery, and here are examples of different technological advances and use cases.
As Iran tries to rejoin the global economy, Iranian robotics is poised to capitalize on the country’s military and healthcare research.
Piero Zucchelli chats with Robotics Business Review about new funding and its goal of making robotics easier for scientists.
The wealthy Middle Eastern nation of Qatar is investing in robotics innovations, especially in healthcare, education, and sports.
The HPSC, or High-Performance Sensorless Control speed and torque-control system from maxon motor, offers compact wiring and a slim design.