DeepMap, Metropolis, and ReOpt improve performance for fleets of autonomous mobile robots amid expectations for nearly 6x increase in robot sites by 2025.
Aiming to create a robotic gripper that can grasp with delicate strength, researchers combine adhesives based on gecko toes with a customized robotic hand.
Automation and robotics impact everything from how people travel to the way their favorite goods are created. They will take on some exciting innovative advancements in 2022. These industries will see some of the most cutting-edge uses in the new year.
Heliogen Demonstrates AI-Powered Autonomous Robot Designed to Lower Installation and Maintenance Costs of Full-Scale Concentrated Solar Plants
ICARUS, Heliogen's Installation & Cleaning Autonomous Robot & Utility Solution, is Expected to be Enhanced and Deployed Across Heliogen's Full-Scale Facilities by 2023
Robotic Research Announces $228 Million Series A Funding Round to Scale Autonomous Technology Commercially
SoftBank Vision Fund 2, Enlightenment Capital-led investment will enable the company's commercial division, RR.AI, to scale and provide an end-to-end autonomy solution for transportation and logistics markets.
Supply chains have been disrupting virtually every industry from top to bottom. Numerous factors are contributing to the issue, so finding a solution that can mitigate the strain on the supply chain is challenging.
For the utility industry, these new robotics could offer significant benefits - and, in some cases, we're already beginning to see how the adoption of robots can make utility work safer and more productive.
In 2022 logistics will overtake manufacturing as the largest user of mobile robots. But this disguises a key trend: AMRs are making major inroads into factories.
Yantra replaces Traditional Navigation with 'Natural Feature' Technology from Guidance Automation, Reducing Maintenance and Manpower Expenses
Scientists have begun implementing robotic tools to aid in innovative sustainability strategies. With 2021's unprecedented surge in public interest in sustainability, 2022 will see more use and development of green robots than ever before.
Association for Advancing Automation (A3) stats show $1.48 billion in sales so far in 2021, surpassing the previous nine-month record set in 2017
The last two years accelerated ongoing robotic trends like AI integration, agile design, and widespread IIoT adoption. At the same time, new pressures from changing worker availability, and supply chain disruptions, created a higher demand for manufacturing robots.
Exoskeletons have remarkable potential. As with their science fiction counterparts, these machines can amplify their users' strength, letting them lift heavier objects with less effort.
The demand for AI-driven robotics is increasing in operations like those in manufacturing and warehouse settings to help organizations with data and analytics that identify problems in real time, improve decision making, and perform tasks more efficiently.
A recent report from Meticulous Research found that the food robotics industry is anticipated to grow to an astounding $2 billion by 2028. This growth indicates a turning point in the food industry, driven by a number of rising global concerns and trends.
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