The deadline for submissions is January 10th, 2023. Categories include 1) Business and Management Innovation, 2) Technology, Services, and Research Innovation, or 3) Application and Market Innovation.
At RoboBusiness 2022, taking place Oct. 19-20 in Santa Clara, Calif., a panel featuring representatives from leading robotics clusters will describe the many ways clusters foster young robotics companies, assist mature firms, and support their local communities.
In Episode 84 of The Robot Report Podcast, Brian Gerkey, CEO and co-founder of Open Robotics describes the development and evolution of Robot Operating System (ROS), and the role ROS plays, and will continue to play, as a catalyst for robotics innovation.
Worldwide, over 10M people require a wheelchair, but these individuals often run up against barriers to their use. Wheelstair’s solution, a wheelchair add-on technology, can overcome many of these obstacles.
Are you in a robotics start-up or intending to form one? Although the robotics and automation sectors are expanding rapidly, with funding for robotics start-ups at an all-time high, the process can be daunting. In this RoboBusiness special event – Robotics Startup Boot Camp: Tips of the Trade – young robotics entrepreneurs will be provided with insights from industry experts covering the major phases of forming and growing a successful robotics company.
Karthee Madasamy, founder and managing partner of Mobile Foundation Ventures, Sherwin Prior, director of Amazon’s Industrial Innovation Fund, and Fady Saad, founder and general partner of Cybernetix Ventures, to discuss the state of robotics investment.
In Episode 82 of The Robot Report Podcast, Steve Crowe and Mike Oitzman are joined by Niels Jul Jacobsen, CEO of Danish startup Capra Robotics, a developer of an innovative mobile robotics platform which uses a suspension system and unique wheel frame.
What is the state of the robotics and automation sector at 2022’s midpoint? ABI Research’s Lian Jye Su has a few thoughts, five in fact.
Manufacturers must continue to automate to remain competitive, but the introduction of robotics systems will impact their facilities and human workers. The results of a recent survey by Veo Robotics of 500 manufacturers the US, UK, and Japan provides insights into the optimal path forward when introducing robotics systems, and challenges conventional thinking.
The Collaborative Robotics Sector continues to evolve with the addition of smaller platforms, as well as systems capable of handling much heavier payloads. Mobile collaborative robots are also under development.
Like all manufacturers, aerospace and defense firms must engineer existing or new facilities in preparation for much higher levels of robotic automation. To do otherwise places them at a competitive disadvantage.
The autonomous vehicle and robotics sectors often employ LiDAR as the primary system navigation sensor. But cameras and vision-based perception will increasingly serve as the technological underpinning for mobile robots going forward.
Edge ML and robotics technologies are critical enablers for ongoing digitalization and automation efforts. Also required?… robust development platforms (hardware and software) that speed and simplify robotics development and deployment.
In Episode 75 of The Robot Report Podcast, Steve Crowe and Mike Oitzman interview Willy Pell, VP of Autonomy at Blue River Technology. Plus Cruise’s robot taxis gets pulled over.
RGo Robotics’ solutions leverages patent-pending computer vision and machine learning technology to provide mobile robots and other systems with advanced perception capabilities such as object detection and recognition, and scene understanding, as well as mapping and localization.
The RBR50 awards honor technology, business, and market innovations, as well as the robotics and automation organizations worldwide that were responsible for them.
The Robotics Summit keynotes and sessions, along with exhibiting companies, provides members of the media and analyst communities with many news, interview and photo / video opportunities with world’s leading robotics professionals, as well as access to the latest robotic systems and technologies.
Research continues into the use of autonomous vehicles for military operations. The benefits are clear, but for systems to reach their full potential military personal must trust the systems under their control. Simulated systems training can assist in that effort.
In Episode 70 of The Robot Report Podcast, Mike Oitzman interviews Matt Rendall, CEO of OTTO Motors and Clearpath Robotics.
Companies must prioritize safety when deploying autonomous mobile robots. The ANSI/RIA R15.08 safety standard for mobile robots, recently released by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and Robotic Industries Association (RIA), should be your guide.
The subhead for the Seegrid / RōBEX partnership announcement noted “Seegrid Partners with Growing Robotics Integrator”. ‘Growing’ is the operative word here, but ‘competent’ could also serve as the RōBEX descriptor.
Categories include 1) Business and Management Innovation, 2) Technology, Services, and Research Innovation, or 3) Application and Market Innovation.
Recent series large investments into robotics companies, totaling nearly US $1B, could be an early indicator that 2022 will be a banner year for robotics investments. Apex.AI’s Jan Becker and Joe Speed are also interviewed.
Asensus Surgical CEO Anthony Fernando extrapolates from current trends, and provides insights into the future of robotics-assisted surgery, digitized surgery and telesurgery.
In this Robot Report podcast, WTWH Media’s Robotics Group – Steve Crowe, Mike Oitzman and Dan Kara – discuss the leading trends, themes, and opportunities that will drive the robotics, automation and intelligent systems sector forward in 2022.