There are always surprises in the final 50; no one ever seems to be a lock to win.
‘Clean India’ initiative follows growing demand from modernization and rising wages, with a large market expected for robot vacuums.
How is the market evolving beyond the traditional realm of household cleaning robots?
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The newly launched Starship Technologies delivery robot has gained a lot of attention. Let’s take a look at the technology, the “last-mile problem” it’s designed to solve, potential legal issues, and the competition –robotic and non-robotic — that Starship faces.
The U.K. is already a leader in additive manufacturing research, but experts note that it needs to do more to keep up with the global trend toward 3D printing for production.
Online retailers are increasingly relying on industrial automation to speed order fulfillment. Locus Robotics provides a mobile platform to aid warehouse workers.
CyPhy Works plans to open an office in Japan, which it believes will be the largest market for commercial drones.
Massachusetts has the key ingredients for a successful robotics sector, but there are challenges, says Tom Ryden, executive director at MassRobotics.
Newfoundland-based Marine Robotics has sunk, but Kraken Sonar Systems picked up its staff and a drone, and other AUV companies are doing well.
India is the world’s largest drone importer and is expected to follow the U.S. regulatory model, but can or should it enforce existing bans?
Yulun Wang, co-founder of Computer Motion and InTouch Health, explains how he got into surgical robotics, his tech wish list, and the differences between privately held and public companies.
Danish and U.S. partners create RoboBusiness Europe to make annual robotics conference even more relevant and useful for regional and global industry leaders.
Autodesk and Proto Lab expand their 3D printing capabilities, but MakerBot layoffs show slow household adoption.
Apple has been hiring machine learning experts and acquiring artificial intelligence companies as it catches up in the race for self-driving cars.
Autonomous Marine Systems), a marine data collection, monitoring and transmission solutions provider, recently won first prize at the RoboBusiness Startup Pitchfire event. Get to know AMS in our video Q&A.
Startups, local makers and foreign robotic companies are creating momentum in India.
Auris Surgical Robotics and XACT Robotic raise millions, while TransEnterix and Omnicell make strategic buys.
RoboBusiness 2015 opened its doors to greet a new age of autonomous machines and their makers.
Disaster relief, agriculture, industrial automation, and traffic reduction are just some of the areas where robotics applications can help the Golden State thrive.
After hiring away 40 researchers from CMU, Uber is giving the school $5.5 million as it faces increasing competition and questions around self-driving cars.
The United Arab Emirates is offering $1 million for innovative applications of robotics and AI to health, education, and social services.
Unlike China and Japan, India doesn’t have an aging workforce to worry about, but robots can still help Indian industry stay competitive.
With the sudden ka-ching of investor cash registers, mObi and the gang at Bossa Nova have been unexpectedly reanimated.
Fastbrick Robotics hopes to get $3 million to develop and commercialize its Hadrian bricklaying robot, while Construction Robotics’ SAM is already on sites in the U.S.