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Logistics and supply chain automation is one of the fastest-growing applications for mobile robots and manipulators. E-commerce order fulfillment, more flexible warehouses, and drone delivery are among the benefits of robots and AI in supply chains.

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Chief Robotics Officer Online Summit Robotics Business Review Announces Chief Robotics Officer Online Summit

The chief robotics officer, or CRO, is the person or team responsible for evaluating, adopting, and managing automation. Our first online summit will feature four sessions on how to implement robots in supply chain and logistics.

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Fast or Frenzy: Why Warehouses & DCs Can?t Keep Up!

Fast or Frenzy: Why Warehouses & DCs Can?t Keep Up!

Please join us: Tesco?s CEO, Philip Clarke, said he?s seen nothing like this demand for speed in his over forty years in the business. Remember waiting for things? Today, we either don?t or won?t wait for anything, and whosoever can?t...

Research Report: The Rise of Vision Systems

Research Report: The Rise of Vision Systems

This report examines the technology behind vision systems, the market’s key players, vision’s impact on different robotics sectors, and the industry’s recent performance and future expectations. If previous generations of robots were typified by durability, task repeatability and speed, the...

Universal Robots Expanding Production Capacity

Universal Robots Expanding Production Capacity

Universal Robots opens new 130,000-square-foot facility in Odense, Denmark, where all R&D and manufacturing takes place, that allows it to increase daily production to more than 150 robots.

Otherlab: Developing Low-Cost, Inflatable Robots

Otherlab: Developing Low-Cost, Inflatable Robots

San Francisco, Calif.-based startup Otherlab is developing robots with textile-based, inflatable actuators that contract upon inflation into specially-designed shapes to effect motion. Since these robots are built out of lightweight fabric-and-air structural members and powered via pneumatics or hydraulics, they...