The cloud platform from C2RO robotics, which was an exhibitor at RoboBusiness 2017, was recently part of a demonstration by the MIT Senseable City Lab. The project showed how thermal sensors can be linked to processing in the cloud for public safety and other functions.
Universal Robots will be showcasing its collaborative robotic arms at RoboBusiness 2017, including a cobot able to avoid collisions with moving objects and a startup demonstrating a UR arm for sewing during the annual Pitchfire competition.
Georg Stieler, RoboBusiness speaker, researcher, and consultant for global robotics companies, shares his thoughts on the industrial use of robotics and AI.
Unmanned systems are all the rage at this week’s AUVSI Xponential in Dallas. From our first impressions, the markets for drones and related technologies are healthy, based on business and technology developments.
Pick and place for e-commerce order fulfillment has a new option, with RightHand Robotics’ RightPick system. The newly funded company combines gripper and sensor technology with machine learning to handle a wide range of items.
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.
In Odense, Denmark, groundbreaking construction robotics could revolutionize the building industry across the world.
We’ve come to learn very well why our attendees come to RoboBusiness and why they return year after year.
“Currently, operational industrial robots perform about 10 percent of the day-to-day manufacturing tasks that could be potentially automated – like assembly, packaging and material handling, etc.” –Boston Consulting Group Is renting better than owning? When Warren Avis in 1948 began the car rental company that bore his last name, John Hertz and his pioneering “Hertz…
Cambridge Consultants helps online grocer Ocado develop a dense control system for a new approach to warehouse automation.
Car makers and software companies partner up in quest for safer transport, but legal and cultural barriers are still ahead.
Hydroid listened to customer feedback when refreshing its REMUS 100 undersea drone with a more compact, energy-efficient design and ROS-based architecture.
Denmark is working to be a center for robotics research and development, as the Nordic UAS Event focuses on aerial drones alongside RoboBusiness Europe 2016.
India’s dense traffic and varied road conditions seem forbidding to self-driving vehicles, but they haven’t stopped innovation there.
Interest in the solar- and wind-powered Datamaran from AMS ranges from Maine to Azerbaijan.
The new Toyota Research Institute is doing more than developing self-driving vehicles; the company has a vision of a future full of robots.
Between the sound bites, the presidential candidates have said little so far about their stances on robotics and automation.
Just as with regional economies and energy companies, not every robotics provider is doing equally well during the current fuel price drop.
Jobs that require climbing utility towers or other structures are ideal uses for automation. Apellix has developed its four-part Worker Bee system to address infrastructure needs.
Although the FAA has yet to revise its regulations for commercial drone use, both UAV providers and farmers anticipate growing adoption of robotic crop management.
The annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas is too much for one person to take in, but we gather some lessons about robotics for you.
Copper, gold, zinc, and silver await in the cold, dark abyss 3,000 feet down.
After brainstorming other applications for Addibots, Flitsch decided to focus on road resurfacing.
ReWalk was a hot 2014 IPO that fizzled…and now is rebounding.
Can Google X now pull the same thing off for robots, sooner than later?