Flexible manufacturing can improve a company’s return on investment, and here are several examples of how automation and new processes benefit ROI.
Max 2 automates the labeling, filling, and capping of pharmacy vials.
Artificial intelligence conference and expo hits Boston with three days of case studies, networking, and workshops.
At the Healthcare Packaging Expo, new automated solutions offered more efficient packaging, traceability, and quality control for pharmaceutical packaging.
As an integrator, HighRes Biosolutions intimately knows its customers’ needs, as the biopharmaceuticals industry looks to save money and speed testing with robots.
Automation in the laboratory space requires precision and reliability, but also flexibility, says Peter Harris, CEO of HighRes Biosolutions.
RoboBusiness will be presenting the Robotics & AI Summit at PTC’s LiveWorx ’18 event in Boston in June. We’ll be discussing how the latest in automation can help manufacturing be competitive.
AI funding made up many of the transactions in 2017’s penultimate week. Robotics Business Review’s weekly roundup also looks at deals around sensors, warehouse automation, surgical robots, and more.
Welcome to “Robot Investments Weekly,” a new feature on Robotics Business Review that every Friday recaps the week that was in acquisitions, funding, IPOs and mergers and acquisitions in the robotics industry. For more information about investing in robotics, RBR members can access our Transactions Database that keeps you updated on the key mergers and…
The U.K. manufacturing and logistics sector has joined several events focusing on how British RAS can help improve efficiency and provide competitive advantage. However, can academic-industrial partnerships overcome the U.K.’s lag in industrial automation?
At the Pitchfire 2017 startup competition within the RoboBusiness conference, finalists included WiBotic and TwinswHeel. The winning pitch was from Poland-based UnitDoseOne, a pharmaceutical dispensing robot maker.
Cory Kidd, the CEO of Catalia Health, recently spoke with Industrial Robot’s Joanne Pransky about his interest in healthcare, how he founded two robotics companies, and potential market for Mabu.
Robotics integrators provide customized services to help businesses prepare for, set up, and maintain their industrial automation. More sophisticated programming and easier to use cobots aren’t a threat to integrators but rather part of a widening market opportunity.
Although the food industry has unique requirements, such as for food safety and operating in refrigerated or hot environments, robotics adoption will likely increase.
This week, we look at artificial intelligence designing drugs, the factory of the future, and border control with facial-recognition technology. Are you ready for the latest in smart machines?
Bigger isn’t always better. Articulated robot arms have grown to meet manufacturer needs, but companies should also consider gantry robots for heavy or bulky payloads, noted a Gudel executive at Automate 2017.
The Robotics Industry Association expects continued strong growth in North American industrial automation for the next two years. But which areas should SMEs, investors, and policy makers focus on?
Now is the time for venture capital funding to flow into the robotics industry. See what entrepreneurs can do to attract investment.
As industrial automation increases worldwide, so too do safety and economic concerns. A country’s approach to robot law depends on its priorities.
Despite its small size, Denmark is working hard to make itself indispensable for European robotics, with world-class R&D and commercial support.
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?
On Robot and OptoForce have received significant investments for their gripper and sensors, respectively, which serve the growing global cobot market.
The security robot is designed to carry a payload of cameras, including thermal imaging, and available optional gas and chemical sensors that can be used to observe changing situations from within the safety of a security command center.
Yes, Lithuania is a small country often overlooked by foreign firms, but there are good reasons for robotics companies to invest in Lithuania.
The logistics robotics space is continuing to heat up, as Bossa Nova Robotics raises money, GreyOrange expands operations, and Lowe’s deploys service robots in more stores. See the latest moves in supply chain automation.