‘Top trends of 2020’ includes predictions for 2 million new industrial robots by 2022.
Georgia location selected to expand distribution for collaborative robotics company.
New cartridge-based systems can be used for low- and medium volume manufacturing processes for materials dispensing.
Partnership with Texas Medical Center innovation center shows desire to automate non-surgical tasks within hospitals.
New collaborative robot can now handle payloads up to 35 pounds (16 kg).
Robots must become more intelligent in order to handle the next level of tasks within automation.
Innovation incubator thrives in Odense, where investor summit attracts 40+ startups focused on robotics technology advances.
MIT CSAIL researchers create system that mirrors a user’s motions and follows non-verbal commands by monitoring biceps and triceps.
While Universal Robots continues to dominate, other entrants show unique uses of cobots.
Company plans on incorporating expertise in engineering, product development, and customer applications for cobot pioneers.
New packaging offerings address the need for open, unguarded human-machine interactions
Cobot arms and end effectors at IMTS 2018 included products from Universal Robots, Yaskawa, and OnRobot.
The July 4 holiday week saw funding for companies developing self-driving capabilities for vehicles, robots, and other devices.
Teradyne’s acquisition of Mobile Industrial Robots could spark further consolidation in the mobile robotics space.
Robotics systems that will ‘change the world’ included among other new product innovations in New York.
Universal Robots plans to maintain its market leadership by investing in education around cobot demand and use, as well as in its own staff.
The collaborative robot market is growing, but estimates of how much vary widely. Jurgen von Hollen, the new president of Universal Robots, wants to educate end users on where they can gain efficiency.