Astute visitors have already noticed that Robotics Business Review looks different this week. Welcome to the latest and greatest version of this site! We’re working hard to provide the best robotics content around cutting-edge technologies and real-world business use.
For more than five years, we’ve covered the global automation ecosystem, from inventors and investors to developers and end users. RBR has broken news about products, companies, and the people behind them, as well as shared case studies that are examples of (mostly) successful implementation.
If you look at the top-level navigation on our homepage or any article, you’ll see that we’ve tightened our focus to markets such as manufacturing and supply chain, where industrial automation is growing the strongest. We’ve also elevated artificial intelligence and the chief robotics officer (CRO) role in our ongoing coverage.
To those of you coming from our former Robotics Trends sibling site, check out the “Service” category under “All Topics.” We’ll still be following the latest in robotic vacuum cleaners, educational toys, and self-driving cars. Whether you’re a consumer, a hobbyist, a student, or a professional roboticist — or some combination of any of these — we’ll be sharing drone, engineering, and healthcare/assistive robotics content.
Resources galore on the refreshed RBR
In addition to the articles under our “All Topics” menu item, we’ve got resources aplenty for those who wish to take a deeper dive. You can register to gain free access to articles and some downloads, and RBR Insider subscribers get full access to all our reports and robotics content. Member reports provide a closer look our topics without the hefty page count (or price tag) of some analyst whitepapers.
Each month, RBR’s webcasts feature interviews, slideshows, and video content with industry leaders. If you can’t catch them on the day of broadcast, they’re archived for later viewing.
We’re also excited about our updated databases, which include recent automation transactions, companies, and educational institutions. You can also search and sort lists of startups and the RBR50. (We’ll be posting a call for nominations soon for the 2018 RBR50!) Our team has been working to make these directories easier to use and more complete, and you can submit your own organization for listing or updating!
Robotics content parallels events
For more than 14 years, RoboBusiness has been the annual gathering for everyone involved in making, buying, selling, or using robots. Starting last year, we’ve realigned our events programming with our robotics content here on RBR to better serve our audience. This coming September, RoboBusiness will return to Silicon Valley.
We recently ran the “Artificial Intelligence: Insights Into Our Future” conference at the 2018 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. It was so popular, we were forced to turn people away! (Fortunately, we’ve now posted recordings from the sessions.)
In addition, we’ll be putting on the Robotics & AI Summit at LiveWorx 2018 in Boston this June, bringing an event back to the U.S. East Coast for the first time in years. We’ll be focusing on smart manufacturing and the convergence of robotics, AI, and industry. We hope you’ll join us at one of these events!
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More Recent Robotics Content on RBR:
- Robotics & Geopolitics: Consumer Drone Rules Return; AI to Identify Emerging Threats
- C2RO Partners With Qihan to Bring Cloud-Based Abilities to Sanbot Elf
- How Automated Transportation Will Change Our Lives
- Improving the Effectiveness of IoT Deployments with AI and Machine Learning
- CES Recap: AI & Robotics Trends to Watch in 2018
- Trends in AI: Solving Business Challenges With Automation
- Tech Transactions Slow in Q3 2017 — Except for SoftBank
- Utility Inspection Systems From ULC Robotics Go High and Low