A human worker is a distinct liability when it comes to many aspects of manual labor in a warehouse.
RBR50 company Adept Technology named John Villadsen VP of global operations.
Adept Technology, maker of intelligent robots, saw revenue grow 35 percent year over year to $14.6 million in the second quarter of 2014.
More and more companies are beginning to depend on robotic devices to speed manufacturing and processing.
iRobot skyrockets while Adept is also rallying.
Adept?s shares rallied up in late August. Maybe the turnaround is working.
The new generation of RoboCourier autonomous mobile robots showcases a longer battery life and improved navigational skills.
One possible result could well be high growth for many years to come.
China’s largest explosives manufacturer looks to robots to increase production and traceability on over 100 production lines.
NERVE Center is the only robotics test site in the Northeast and one of only three in the nation.
Adept Technology’s new Lynx mobile robot is ready to enable flexible manufacturing
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The new robotic packaging systems improve the consistency of throughput, which helps position Earthbound Farm for continued growth
Adept?s Motivity software utilizes onboard sensors to generate a map of the given workplace. The Motivity Core allows the AIV to navigate autonomously within that dynamic work environment, avoiding obstacles and even communicating with workers as appropriate.
Stationary and mobile: paired robot-to-robot interaction on display at AUTOMATICA 2012
Adept Technology Demonstrates Expanded Siemens PLC Solutions at AUTOMATICA Show in Munich
The company’s focus on unique markets which are new to robotics, like the natural foods sector, is likely to produce increased future revenue. In these areas, Adept Technology has little competition from peer companies.
Adept Technology announced that it has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with a South Korean multinational manufacturer on the Fortune Global 500 list. The MOU states that Adept Technology and its exclusive dealer in South Korea, Han Shin Power Tech Co. Ltd., are the South Korean manufacturer?s strategic and preferred global suppliers for delta/parallel…
The Pleasanton, CA-based Adept, provider of intelligent robots and autonomous mobile products and services, has a number of strong cards to play for 2012: the fastest robots, for one; then the truly brainy concept of putting the intelligence ?inside? the robot, thereby reducing the footprint of the robot/manipulator/controller system; and now the announcement at MODEX 2012 in Atlanta about their new line of ?easily operated? robots. As Rush LaSelle, vice president and general manager of mobile robots, enthuses, ?This product solves an array of material handling challenges in a manner permitting deployment and operation by non-technical personnel.”
Adept Technology (ADEP) rose on higher than usual volume Thursday. After release of earnings, revenues for the company were 14.2% higher than the same quarter last year.
Dual-arm robots, in particular, are seeing wider acceptance among end-use industries.
Leaders in healthcare logistics and robotics technology partner to bring next-generation autonomous mobile robots to North American hospitals.
The Asian robotics market to reach $11 billion by 2016, while the U.S. market will expand to $6 billion.
The linear modules systems from Adept are designed into several models of Golden Spring’s RFID manufacturing equipment.
The robotics supplier strengthens its position in the food processing and packaging industries.