Artificial intelligence conference and expo hits Boston with three days of case studies, networking, and workshops.
On Dec. 5, Applied Manufacturing Technologies’ Craig Salvalaggio will discuss considerations for businesses planning to adopt or expand automation. Here’s a sneak preview.
Many manufacturers aren’t doing enough to measure human activities alongside automated processes, found a study by A.T. Kearney and Drishti.
The first step to a big data management and analytics strategy is determining what you want to do with it, said speakers at a workshop before RoboBusiness 2018.
UiPath raises $225 million as its rapid growth continues. Organizations of all sizes are adopting RPA, including small and midsize enterprises and the U.S. government.
Before you can benefit from predictive maintenance or understand customer demand, you need a big data management strategy. A workshop before RoboBusiness 2018 can help you develop one.
The first week of April saw a shower of AI and robot funding moves, as well as IoT acquisitions.
The growth of the robotic process automation (RPA) industry is seeing a number of new product offerings designed to improve productivity, reduce errors, and save money for companies worldwide.
As costs come down and cobot capabilities increase, small business is poised to benefit in several ways from adopting automation.
Smaller businesses are investing in robotics, as affordability and ease of use remain on the rise, bringing a new automation wave to Denmark.
Leading robot manufacturers are developing new welding robots to combat the job shortages within the industry while improving welding consistency and performance, and creating new jobs centered around programming and robot maintenence.
Self-driving tech again scored big money this week, but so did medical robotics firms and companies developing AI software.
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.
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.
Jim Tung, a fellow from Mathworks, a leading developer of mathematical computing software, breaks down this cutting-edge technology. He lays out AI’s profound implications for virtually every sector of the economy.
Military exoskeletons are being developed by China and Japan, which reverse their leadership roles in comparison with civilian exoskeleton development.
Self-driving cars were the talk of Las Vegas during CES 2018. We recap the 10 best robots seen at CES.
Exoskeleton development is an area of technology R&D where China and Japan are pursuing different paths, with implications for military, industrial, and healthcare use.
Rethink Robotics has expanded the number of channel partners in its global distribution network for its Sawyer collaborative robot arm.
The past few years have seen many improvements in automation, including cheaper sensors, more powerful processors, and most importantly, a better understanding of how artificial intelligence and robotics can help businesses. 2017 brought even more AI advances. With the recent development of machine learning techniques, it’s reasonable to expect that scientists, software engineers, and enterprises…
The SecondHands project is developing a humanoid robot to work alongside people in Ocado’s warehouses. The team discusses its ambitious schedule, desirable tasks to automate, and the path to commercialization.
In this week’s Robotics & Geopolitics roundup, we look at China’s ongoing pursuit of global AI leadership, automation and fast-food workers, and other self-driving car and drone developments.
The Jetsons’ Rosie the Robot may still be far away, but investors are betting on innovations around elder care, hospital automation, and household vacuuming in our latest Robot Investments Weekly.
Portable camera maker GoPro faced stiff competition and poor reviews for its Karma consumer drone, forcing it to quit that market altogether.
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.