As the industry grows, more robotics-related jobs will require different skill sets.
Chief robotics officers, the executives charged with evaluating, deploying, and managing robotics and automation, have a lot to do. RBR’s renewed CRO focus is designed to help you.
The chief robotics officer, or CRO, is the person or team responsible for evaluating, adopting, and managing automation. Our first online summit will feature four sessions on how to implement robots in supply chain and logistics.
PTC and its partners put out an augmented reality-enhanced comic book for Manufacturing Day. We spoke with PTC about how manufacturers are already using AR or augmented reality.
ROBO Global and Universal Robots celebrated the ETF’s birthday with panels about the robotics industry and ringing the closing bell at the NYSE.
In a tale of three cities, a new robot alliance will compare notes to find the best balance of research, startup incentives, and industrial use of robotics and AI.
Workforce development needs to be a national priority, said A3’s Jeff Burnstein and Bob Doyle. Automation can help multiple industries and workers, they said.
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.
RoboBusiness is dedicated to helping robotics engineers learn about the latest in ingredient technologies and how they’re tied together. Here are some examples.
VMEC, the Vermont Manufacturing Extension Center, works with the state government, colleges, and local businesses to help advise and grow manufacturers in the state.
Experts gather at MIT to discuss how robots and AI will impact the workforce of tomorrow, and how education can address that impact.
This week saw continued fears from people over artificial intelligence being used to create autonomous weapons, or that robots may take jobs from lower-skilled workers.
The CEO of the new Toyota Research Institute-Advanced Development company describes the joint venture’s goals, what skills it’s looking for, and its expectations for self-driving cars.
For the robotics ecosystem to grow and benefit local economies, organizations such as MassRobotics are learning to work with government programs such as MassWorks and are connecting academia and industry.
Maarten Ruyssenaers, the CEO of Aquatic Drones and a TUS Expo presenter, describes his experience at the Resource Design Manufacturing in Rotterdam, his company’s autonomous boats, and the data service they offer.
In this week’s roundup, our columnist looks at AI chips from China, chatbot therapists in India, and a European project for ethical robot programming.
Saudi Arabia has set aside billions of dollars to invest in remaking its economy. How will robotics, drones, and artificial intelligence — as well as international partnerships — play into its plans?
This week, we look at multiple drone deals, seed funds in the U.K. and elsewhere, new AI investments, and more transactions in global automation.
If you have experience and insights around the development and use of robots, artificial intelligence, and unmanned systems that you’d like to share, now’s your chance! The call for presentations for RoboBusiness 2018, in September in Santa Clara, Calif., is now open.
2018 is shaping up to be a massive year for automation. But first, here’s a look back at the most popular stories about AI and robotics in 2017.
In this Essential Interview excerpt, the CEO of Autonomous Solutions discusses his experience working up in robotics, ASI’s unique business model, and challenges facing mobile robots.
What were the top 10 articles of 2017 on Robotics Business Review? We look back at our most popular stories, which drew reader attention for their coverage of developments in industrial automation, international policy, and emerging applications for robotics and AI.
In our latest roundup of global developments in robotics, AI, and unmanned systems, we look at promising drone-delivery tests and intelligent systems that don’t require Internet connectivity. However, the threat of unemployment and war posed by automation could lead to more regulation.
Leaders who employ robotics and artificial intelligence “workers” will face important questions about capabilities, competencies, and ethics.
In this guest column and infographic from Cutting Tool Engineering, you can see why robots and jobs in U.S. manufacturing are not mutually exclusive.