GUSS Automation’s autonomous, precision orchard spraying solution provides growers with a rapid ROI, along with other benefits such as simplified operations, increased efficiency, enhanced safety and reduced labor costs.
Developing SLAM systems is resource intensive, technically challenging, and expensive. In addition, the lack of common and shareable approaches for understanding the operational environment shared by robotics systems and humans has resulted in a multitude of system specific, spatial intelligence silos. There has to be a better way.
It is advanced software, working in conjunction with hardware systems, that has driven the commercial drone sector to new heights. Similarly, software is the key capabilities enabler for other types of robotics systems going forward, including mobile robots.
In this wide ranging interview, Gary Guthart, CEO of surgical robotics provider Intuitive, discusses how Intuitive coped with the Covid pandemic, what must be done to maintain market dominance, and what keeps him up at night.
The Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing (ARM) Institute’s Suzy Teele recently interviewed READY Robotics’ Juan Aparicio about overcoming the barriers to entry in the industrial automation and robotics sectors.
Episode 51 of The Robot Report Podcast features a discussion of Intel’s recent announcement that the company is discontinuing its RealSense business line. Also on the menu – Tesla’s announces a humanoid robot announcement and Stratom’s autonomous solutions for the US military.
A large percentage of small-to-medium manufacturers (SMMs) have missed out on the many benefits of robotic industrial automation. Attend this online session on September 22nd, 2021 to learn about new products and services that support small-to-medium manufacturers. Real world case studies will be presented to illustrate salient points.
In this wide-ranging interview, ModalAI CEO Chad Sweet describes the development of the company’s VOXL Flight solution, a development platform for GPS-denied autonomous drone localization and navigation, along with computer vision for AI-powered object recognition, depth sensing and obstacle avoidance.
The food delivery sector faces serious supply chain challenges that could reduce consumer adoption and limit growth. A cloud kitchen execution architecture, supported by high levels of robotic automation, can address the problem while providing consumers with greater choice and value, and entrepreneurs with numerous business opportunities.
InOrbit’s cloud-based, robot-agnostic software solution for deploying, managing and optimizing autonomous mobile robots is delivered as a service.
In Episode 50 of The Robot Report Podcast, Dan Leibfried, Director, Autonomy and Automation, John Deere, and Igino Cafiero, Co-founder & CEO, Bear Flag Robotics, discuss Deere’s recent acquisition of Bear Flag robotics for $250 million.
Bulk metallic glass could reduce the prices of cobots, and also lead to advanced 3D printed metals.
The company’s AI powered autonomy technologies allow drone and robot developers to bring their solutions to the market quickly and affordably.
Field tests affirm the wearable, lightweight, non-powered HeroWear Apex exosuit device lends flexible support for heavy lifting.
Sami Atiya, CEO, ABB Robotics and Verónica Pascual, CEO, ASTI Mobile Robotics discuss ABB’s acquisition of ASTI. Interact Analysis’ Ash Sharma also weighs in.
Industrial Robot’s Joanne Pransky interviews is Geoff Howe, Senior Vice President of Howe & Howe, a subsidiary of Textron Systems, to learn about the company’s history developing ruggedized, outdoor vehicles, including unmanned systems, for military and civilian applications.
ABB, a key supplier of industrial robots, extends its offering portfolio to include AMRs and AGVs. Other industrial automation providers – and not limited only to robotics suppliers – are sure to follow suit.
Learn how Universal Robot’s UR+ platform, an extensive collection of tested and certified products and technologies such as grippers and end-effectors, vision systems, simulation software, programming tools and more, can ease and speed deployment of robotics applications.
Galen Robotics seeks to democratize robotics surgery with a single-platform solution and a unique Digital Surgery as a Service (DSaaS) business model.
Embodied’s social robot Moxie promotes social, emotional, and cognitive skills through natural conversation and play-based learning.
In Episode 47 of The Robot Report Podcast, Blue Ocean Robotics CEO Claus Risager discusses the company’s early entry into disinfection robots before COVID-19 struck. Also, the future of Fetch Robotics after the Zebra Technologies acquisition, Aurora’s SPAC play, Abundant Robotics’ shutdown, and the Ingenuity Mars Helicopter.
Photoneo implements Parallel Structured Light technology in a 3D camera – MotionCam-3D – which allows the capture of objects moving up to 140 km/h, delivering a point cloud resolution of 0.9 Mpx (and 2Mpx in the static mode).
A growing number of opportunities exist for robotics-enabling technology OEMs and system integrators offering solutions that leverage the capabilities of the respective technologies for the benefit of the other. This is especially true for the use of 3D printing for the fabrication of robotics end-of-arm tooling.
Robotics-as-a-Service (RaaS) business models have found favor with both providers and users of advanced robotics systems. Attend this online session on July 21st to learn how companies are employing RaaS models business , along with the various business, legal, technical and operational aspects of the approach.
In this Robot Report Podcast, Steve Crowe and Mike Oitzman review the new direction for Softbank’s robotics efforts. Also, Interact Analysis’ Jason dePreaux examines the robotics industry services market, plus AutoStore and MFCs.