Universal Robotics’ 3D Vision
Equity Markets Approach Robotics With Caution
Top 10: Best Jobs for Robots 2012
Investors are wary of the high expectations for robots and tend to value software over hardware, but the industry is growing and changing.
(June 29, 2015)
Look for the slow disappearance of simple, everyday jobs that our neighbors, friends and relatives perform daily towill enable the transformation of work.
(November 16, 2012)
Universal Robotics’ Neocortex 3.0 Learns Like People Do
Currently, Neocortex enables a new level of automation in logistics. By enabling a robot, or any actuated machine, to react and adapt to its surroundings, it can perform tasks that are costly, dangerous or difficult for humans to undertake.
(May 30, 2012)
Universal Robotics Inc., a Nashville, Tenn.-based software engineering company, this year released two new software products, Spatial Vision and Spatial Vision Robotics, which enable dual, low-cost webcams to serve as a 3D vision system providing precise positioning. The technology has already been put to use to automate the unloading of product pallets in a warehouse, a difficult robotics task because it takes place in an unstructured environment.
(April 15, 2011)
Universal Robotics Introduces ‘Software with an IQ’
Neocortex software, to be initially launched in the materials handling industry, enables machines to learn from experiences and adapt and react to their surroundings, thereby automating tasks.
(October 19, 2010)
Universal Robotics Launches Spatial Vision and Spatial Vision Robotics
Software turns webcams into affordable, highly accurate 3D vision positioning systems that can be easily deployed in any setting.
(July 31, 2010)