Enormous opportunities exist for companies looking to improve efficiencies and save money on customer delivery.
Customizing robotics solutions and software the key to success for world’s second-largest logistics company.
Analysis indicates big trends shaping the future of logistics as e-commerce demand continues to skyrocket.
Self-driving vehicles will assist Walmart in transporting goods between store locations in Arkansas.
Conveyor integration and a new mobile robot named Bolt helps to expand company’s mobile manipulation system for fulfillment operations.
A combination of robotics, drones, sensors, and wearables shape new showcases in three major markets.
AI companies aim to tackle data problems for enterprises; new company emerges to help solve supply chain issues through robotics and automation.
Unlike other collaborative robots, Productive Robotics’ OB7 has seven degrees of freedom and proprietary protocols for security.
News about warehouse automation, advances in healthcare exoskeletons, and how AI and sensors are helping to preserve a lake topped the readership charts last month.
Every robotics company should have what Seegrid (founded in 2003) has in spades: a co-founder like Hans Moravec who has a patent portfolio as thick as a telephone book; and a loyal and generous patron investor like Giant Eagle that has ponied up, according to CrunchBase, over $29 million to its favorite vision-guided vehicle (VGV)…
Logistics finally capitulates to robots in the West, but biggest gains to be felt in Asia. Look for 2017 to be huge!