Despite strong economic headwinds from global shutdowns in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, some funding and merger activity continued in April 2020, particularly in healthcare, transportation, and manufacturing.
Robotics in retail are essential for companies to transform and to respond to rapidly changing market demands. Amazon, Bossa Nova, and Brain Corp provide examples.
MODEX 2020 was affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, but exhibitors and attendees expressed optimism about the supply chain robotics market.
Which players are on the right track in scaling and maturing their retail-focused robots?
Company expands autonomy software beyond cleaning systems to material handling, shelf analytics, commercial vacuums.
Automation solutions pitched to address stockouts, product compliance and price accuracy.
Successful launch in Japan and pilots in the U.S. spur expansion of autonomous cleaning system.
Brain Corp system to power an autonomous ride-on scrubber for the Factory Cat and Tomcat brands.
Why most robotics companies don’t need to reinvent the mobile robot when it comes to autonomous navigation.
Developer of commercial OS for autonomous robots moves beyond robotic floor cleaners.
AI World speakers described bringing human traits, ethics, and lots more data to machine learning applications.
Program for autonomous floor cleaning robots to expand to 360 stores by end of January 2019.
Retail and office cleaning robot vacuum will be smaller than larger industrial floor cleaners.
Whether or not you’ll be attending MODEX 2018 in Atlanta next week, here are some noteworthy exhibitors whose mobile robots are transforming manufacturing and warehousing.