Researchers aim to create a hard and soft robotic suit that can treat and stabilize soldiers injured in remote locations.
How a man with a prosthetic hand turns into a superhero that gives children with disabilities more confidence.
Human worker augmentation driving growth of passive exoskeletons, research firm says.
CEO Jack Peurach chats with us about exoskeletons, rehabilitation devices, and entering industrial applications.
The UVC disinfection robot will add to the hospital’s cleaning and sanitation capabilities, with chemical-free, unintrusive germ-killing ability.
Validated VR platform gives new techniques to surgeons and staff to increase confidence in procedures.
Big medical mergers and funding in healthcare spotlight the week of robotics transactions in recent weeks.
CEO Ben Wolff talks with RBR about the company’s evolution and growth opportunities for exoskeletons.
We’ve already seen robots do some amazing things in manufacturing, warehousing, and health care. Here are some other new ways robots are doing unconventional things.
BIONIK, Ekso Bionics, and Corindus Vascular Robotics enter new markets for robotics solutions.
Maturing market for robotics provides ‘significant business value’ for adopters, research firm says.
Surgical robotics moves beyond hardware to give a surgeon better skills and improve patient outcomes.
Mazor X Stealth Edition provides robotic-assistant spine surgery in Kentucky, Virginia
A wild card entrant in the IBM Watson AI XPRIZE, Zzapp Malaria is creating a Waze-like app and AI for precise application of anti-malarial measures.
Intuition Robotics is offering ElliQ, its “sidekick for happy aging,” for presales, and its founder describes how it’s sharing the “Q” AI platform with partners and investors such as Toyota.
Here are some of the most innovative robots, drones, and AI applications seen among the international startups in Eureka Park 2019.
At CES, robotics startup also unveils new teleoperated robotic arms with VR abilities.
Startup says the next-generation home robot will include advanced sensing, navigation, and perception, opening up more in-home applications beyond cleaning.
While it may be some time before robot swarms can eradicate tumors or eliminate the need for certain procedures, researchers are finding promising uses for smarter swarms.
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.