Panama-based Medcom has upgraded two production studios with camera robotics from Telemetrics that help it create more content with the same resources.
PASADENA, Calif. – Miso Robotics, which develops food automation robots for quick-service restaurants, this week announced a new prototype that puts “Flippy” on a rail to perform extended capabilities for commercial kitchens. Based on feedback from early Miso customers, the new Robot on a Rail (ROAR) concept puts the Flippy robot arm on an upside-down…
Robot valet service helps regional French airport reduce carbon footprint, reduce hassle of airport parking.
The Robot Report, sibling site to Robotics Business Review, tracked $1.9 billion in robotics transactions in December 2019, including funding for aerospace, logistics, and healthcare applications.
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Catching up on the latest robot news, team-ups, pilot programs and more.
Window displays have robots trimming trees and entertaining shoppers with holiday songs.
Robotic barista to serve travelers arriving and departing from Terminal B.
New systems are helping to make emergency response less dangerous and provide more data.
Market maturity proves that shelf-insight robots are ready to scale next year.
Application of waste-sorting robots shows success of machine learning techniques.
Successful launch in Japan and pilots in the U.S. spur expansion of autonomous cleaning system.
New funding to support staffing and product development efforts in food preparation space.
Cleaning company Alfred Kärcher licenses BrainOS for autonomous floor care system.
Company that creates food bowls made by robots looking to revamp menu.
Brain Corp system to power an autonomous ride-on scrubber for the Factory Cat and Tomcat brands.
‘Flippy’ creators look to expand robotics software platform to meet food service demand.
Last-mile delivery robot company continues to expand its offerings on college campuses across the U.S.
Security robot maker offers shares to retail investors as it readies for public listing.
The ‘Sally 2.0’ version includes new display, interfaces and hardware updates
Robot can carry up to 40 pounds of belongings to allow for more hands-free walking.
As part of CEATEC exhibit, new robot will allow people to experience teleoperation experiences.
‘Sally’ robot prepares custom salads for students looking for healthier food options.
Partnership with Texas Medical Center innovation center shows desire to automate non-surgical tasks within hospitals.
Social intelligence and mobile manipulation features help workers with hospital tasks.