Less bulky system able to allow users with limited mobility to expend less energy when walking and running.
Georgia location selected to expand distribution for collaborative robotics company.
Industrial robots and service robots report strong demand across automotive, electronics, and logistics markets.
While the jury is out on the effects of Chinese tariffs and South Korean AI investments on U.S. automation, robotics companies and customers must be ready for changes.
India’s policies that ban foreign drone pilots within the country indicate another step towards protecting its citizens from foreign influence.
Robotics developments in South Korea aren’t limited to industrial robots and manufacturing. South Korean AI is rapidly catching up to the world’s best systems, and is seeing use in a variety of industries within the country.
This week saw humans voting for an AI entity, China moving to AI for treating patients, and continued automation in the shipping and shipbuilding space.
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 host country of the 2018 Winter Olympic Games is one of the most friendly to automation. See how South Korean robot guides, cleaners, and vehicles demonstrate the country’s emerging tech leadership.
In this Essential Interview, Dr. Jun Ho Oh, director of the Humanoid Research Center at KAIST and co-founder of Rainbow Robotics Co., talks about the challenges of creating a robust humanoid robot and the nascent market for commercial androids.
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.
In addition to government support, South Korean robotics companies are moving quickly to secure positions in the healthcare, service, and military markets.
South Korea robots are getting government funding and research support for a number of applications, as the country tries to maintain its robotics leadership.
South Korea is working to catch up in Asian robotics through strategic deals, including some with ASEAN members for service, educational, and transportation robots.
Samsung Electronics and South Korea’s Ministry of Trade, Industry, and Energy are planning a three-year effort to keep the country competitive with Chinese manufacturers.
“New” Factory Asia will be something heretofore never seen on the planet.
Japan’s response to China?s price gouging claim: Larger orders, better prices.