The Robotics as a Business conference will examine how emerging technologies and trends will affect businesses and what they can do about it.
Helen Greiner, co-founder of both iRobot and CyPhy Works, discusses challenges that she has faced and offers some recommendations to people just starting careers in robotics.
Investors are wary of the high expectations for robots and tend to value software over hardware, but the industry is growing and changing.
Five Indian robot makers tool up as a resurgent India offers up best-ever prospects for success.
MX3D is leading an interdisciplinary effort in the Netherlands that is working on the hardware and software needed for automated construction.
Cory Kidd has been on one heck of a journey getting his Catalia Health a decent chunk of VC money.
Team RBO from the Technical University of Berlin won the Amazon Picking Challenge by a wide margin, but is more automation worth the costs?
The Rapael smart glove is more affordable than other options for rehabilitation treatment, and could revolutionize robotic therapy for hands.
Burgeoning home/personal robot space gains a new companion in Nemo.
Exoskeleton maker ReWalk has had problems getting insurance coverage for individuals, but some investment advisors recommend taking a longer view.
Corindus Vascular Robotics, which makes robots to aid in cardiac stent placement, had sales of $3 million last year and has filed for a public offering.
Vecna’s CTO gave Robotics Business Review a tour of the company’s development facilities and a potential MassRobotics co-working space.
The Fetch manipulator and Freight mobile base are designed to work alongside humans in warehouses.
Presenters and attendees discuss the state of European robotics and things to improve.
At this year’s conference in Milan, your intrepid reporter hopes to learn about current challenges and successes of the European robotics industry.
The European Parliament has formed a working group to propose a regulatory framework for European robotics, but is that what the continent needs to stay competitive?
Daniel Theobald, CTO of Vecna Technologies, discusses his hopes for MassRobotics to help the entire industry.
Crowd-funded into existence in 2012 by a team of Chinese robotics engineers, Ninebot has expanded rapidly and globally.
The round GuardBot robot has a rugged design and potential military and civilian applications.
UK startup harnessing innovative 3D scanning to cut costs of 3D printed robotic hand prosthetics.
A robotic hand developed at TU Delft copies biological movement to nimbly handle fruit for the growing international market.
The Mobile Building Robot from nLink in Norway can take on the task of drilling holes into concrete ceilings, freeing construction workers to do easier and more interesting jobs.
For a country with just over 38 million inhabitants, Canada really steps it up when it comes to engineering, especially in the field of robotics.
Beginning this May (2015) ten startups will take up residence at Qualcomm (deadline for applications is March 8th).
Spending spree could outpace the record-breaking investment jaunt of 2014.