The RBR50 awards honor technology, business, and market innovations, as well as the robotics and automation organizations worldwide that were responsible for them.
LogisticsIQ expects the overall revenues from the Warehouse Automation Market to increase from US $13 billion in 2018 to reach US $27 billion by 2025, at a CAGR of 11.7% (2019 to 2025).
While mobile robots for use in ecommerce and fulfillment centers have received most of the attention in recent times due to their sudden uptake, robotic fork trucks (forklifts) have been quietly and steadily growing in numbers, and represent one of the largest opportunities for suppliers of Automated Guide Vehicles (AGVs) and Autonomous Mobile Robots…
Orchestration will need to grow to handle growth of robots throughout the 2020s.
Startup Bootcamp speakers discuss funding options, how to deal with customers, and legal issues during half-day workshop.
Boston-area robotics company celebrates recent growth, new customer relationships in warehouse vehicle space.
New autonomous material handling vehicles are designed for warehouses, distribution centers, and manufacturing environments.
Robotics industry leaders sit down with us at the RBR Studio.
Navigation improvements and software updates help mobile robots improve productivity in warehouses.
This week, we’re seeing companies prepare products they want to show off at Automate and ProMat.
Industry 4.0 is more than a buzzword — with smarter robots, more flexible workflows can lead to greater efficiency and ultimately more competitive businesses.
Milton CAT had a problem: Infrequently ordered items caused workers to spend up to half their time walking around its distribution center. It turned to Vecna Robotics for help with automation.
Robotics startups can become successful without losing sight of social value, says Vecna Robotics’ Daniel Theobald. He describes his experiences and outlook.
Robotics concerns about the changing nature of work were just some of the many topics discussed in Day 2 of RoboBusiness 2018. Exhibitors demonstrated the latest in components and solutions, panelists gave advice on how to automate and measure ROI, and attendees networked.
Robotics and IoT were just some of the technologies to be seen at this year’s Robotics & AI Summit at LiveWorx. These videos show more highlights from last week’s event in Boston.
Hang out with the RBR crew in Boston next week as we discuss robotics, AI, smart manufacturing, supply chain automation, and more at the Robotics & AI Summit @ LiveWorx 2018.
Three autonomous mobile robots are examples of how automation is helping e-commerce and logistics companies solve business challenges of higher customer demand and labor shortages.
To meet the demand for fast, efficient e-commerce order fulfillment, collaborative piece picking robots are the goal of many organizations. DHL’s Adrian Kumar discusses how he sees the evolving market.
Whether it’s moving small or large objects around the warehouse, or picking items out of bins with higher accuracy and speed, robots within a supply-chain or logistics operation can help automate delivery processes.
A growing number of medical facilities and centralized internal pharmacies see efficiency gains as robots in hospitals perform delivery and packaging assignments.
At MODEX 2018, logistics businesses can learn about the latest in cobots, pickers, and autonomous mobile lifts. Here are some robot picks worth checking out.
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.
Daniel Patt, the new CEO of Vecna Robotics, has experience in robotics from DARPA’s Autonomy unit. He says that the logistics industry is on the edge of an “automation revolution.”
Vecna Robotics, which won the DHL and Dell mobile picking challenge in Germany, entered a different robot from most of its competitors. See how Vecna over-designed its Tote Retrieval System to be ready for market soon.