Southie Autonomy’s solution enables programming of industrial robots via a gesture-based interface, no robotics expertise or even programming skills required. The value proposition? Simplified programming, rapid development, support for high-mix and/or low-volume applications, more.
Pitchfire 2018 winner improves software, meets investors, and wins other challenges.
Nominations now open for robotics startups to pitch to investors, robotics industry.
University and startup teams will share $300,000 to develop robotics solutions with wireless components.
In this RBR Insider report, we look at why big transactions are slowing despite high robotics expectations, whether reshoring is happening, and what companies interested in the Chinese market should know.
A growing industry brings new challenges for robotics and automation movers and shakers.
A Boston-based startup earns top spot for its intelligent robot software system in the 2018 Pitchfire contest at RoboBusiness in Silicon Valley.