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Kobi 3-in-1 Robot Landscaper Wins Pitchfire

Kobi 3-in-1 Robot Landscaper Wins Pitchfire

The average American spends nearly 70 hours a year on lawn and garden care. The Kobi Company wants to give you all that time back. The New York-based startup unanimously won Pitchfire at RoboBusiness 2016 with its Kobi 3-in-1, autonomous...

15 Robotics Startups Compete for Pitchfire Prize

15 Robotics Startups Compete for Pitchfire Prize

We like to call it the “Shark Tank” of robotics. Pitchfire takes place tonight at RoboBusiness 2016 at the San Jose Convention Center. Fifteen robotics startups will have two minutes each to pitch their product to a panel of judges...

Intellectual Property Considerations for the Robotics Industry

To be a successful business, you need a comprehensive and strategic plan for intellectual property protection of technical developments and enhancements, including design elements. A strong intellectual property portfolio provides several competitive advantages for robotics companies of all sizes—whether positioning...

Apellix Readies Drones for Coatings Industry

Apellix Readies Drones for Coatings Industry

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.

Autonomous Marine Systems Wins RoboBusiness Pitchfire

Autonomous Marine Systems (AMS), 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.