Connected cars using Xevo’s systems can not only communicate with one another, but they can also provide data to vehicle manufacturers, gather information on road conditions, and give drivers and fleet managers useful insights in real time.
The Niryo One robot Kickstarter project combines cost-cutting engineering, open source software, and a desire to provide industrial automation capabilities to home users.
Team Botler won the MIT Hacking Medicine Robotics hackathon by using Segway Robotics’ Loomo robot to turn an ordinary wheelchair into a self-driving wheelchair.
In this infographic from GetOffRoad.com, we look at information about the accelerating efforts toward autonomous cars by the major automakers and tech companies.
BluHaptics raised $1.5 million in Series A funding for its software to improve controls for undersea robotics. The startup impressed investors with its team and strong end-user interest.
The one-hour BVLOS test flight of the Savant cloud-seeding drone covered 28 nautical miles. It was the longest unmanned, cross-country round-trip flight in Nevada history.
Boston startups focusing on robotics, drones, self-driving cars, and AI can rent part of MassRobotics’ new Shared Robotics Innovation Space, which provides infrastructure and tech and business support.
The social robotics market will continue to trail industrial automation in terms of market share and units deployed, but technical improvements will still lead to significant growth, says IHS research.
Amazon Echo and Google Home are reportedly looking to add the ability to make voice calls to the smart speakers, but concerns about privacy, emergency services, and regulatory hurdles are slowing down the process.
Interaction design principles studied at Willow Garage could lead to wider service robot adoption. Could it make robots so commonplace that we stop noticing them?
Here are our top seven uses of robotics and AI that were teased during Super Bowl LI.
The Willow Garage R&D lab and incubator has influence the robotics industry beyond its commercial spinoffs. Let’s take a look at its work on human-robot interaction.
Hanson Robotics’ Professor Einstein is a 14.5-inch-tall, Wi-Fi-connected edutainment robot that walks, talks, and acts as your friend and personal science tutor.
With all the shiny new products at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show, it’s easy to miss something many of them lack — adequate cyber security. What do robots providers need to do in an increasingly connected world?
As populations age worldwide, older people are often isolated because of health and mobility problems and difficulty with using new technologies. A robot named ElliQ from Intuition Robotics aims to change that.
ElliQ is the product of tech and design innovators at Intuition Robotics who have focused their machine learning on customization and their design on serving the elder car market.
The most promising mobile and humanoid robots from this year’s crop offer more utility, consumer engagement.
This week’s Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is a place to see many cool gadgets, but businesses should also pay attention to emerging robotics and AI trends at the show.
The Vobot Clock uses Amazon Alexa Voice Services to improve your sleeping habits, control smart home devices, order a pizza and more.
Japanese manufacturing is already heavily automated, but deep learning startup Preferred Networks is working on IoT and automation without relying on the cloud.
Manufacturing is being forced to modernize by e-commerce, and robotics is widely seen as the solution. National strategies must rapidly evolve to keep up.
Asian AI will be on display at next week’s Consumer Electronics Show, in what could be a harbinger of the region’s forthcoming leadership in machine learning, autonomous vehicles, and robotics.
Industrial automation, and collaborative robots in particular, presents a new set of risks and opportunities for different industries and countries. See how some are moving ahead with strategies and specifications.
Sanbot, a cloud-connected service robot, is already being used for customs at Chinese airports. Qihan Technology Co. is working with distributors to ready Sanbot for the U.S. market.
Robotics as a service, or RaaS, is an opportunity for businesses of all sizes to lower the risks of adoption and to diversify into new markets. Is your business model ready for automation?