Unlocking the Potential of Robotics through AI-Driven Practical Human Supervised Autonomy

One of the primary challenges lies in equipping robots to understand and navigate dynamic environments and make informed decisions based on that information. This is where Practical Human Supervised Autonomy (PHSA) emerges as a game-changer.

Agricobots Drives Precision Farming with Outdoornav Autonomy Software

Agricobots' project aims to develop a specialized vineyard spraying robot known as VinyA st-4030. The robot is engineered to navigate demanding and dangerous landscapes characterized by steep slopes and potential slipperiness.

Swiss start-ups are raising capital at high speed: what can we learn from them?

This article explores five Swiss robotics startups that have recently attracted significant investments from global firms, showcasing the country's potential as a hotbed for robotics innovation and reviewing the latest robotic developments.

How AI and Optical Components Are Joining Forces to Tackle Driving Offences in the UK

In this blog, we explore the fascinating world of the highways industry, where state-of-the-art cameras and their accompanying optics are highly valuable for evaluating our routes and maintaining seamless operations.

Figure Raises $675M at $2.6B Valuation and Signs Collaboration Agreement with OpenAI

Investments from Microsoft, OpenAI Startup Fund, NVIDIA, Jeff Bezos (through Bezos Expeditions), Parkway Venture Capital, Intel Capital and others Figure and OpenAI are collaborating to develop next generation AI models for humanoid robots.

Oxa Deploys its Commercial Self-driving Software for the First Time as AV Shuttles Launch for Passengers in Florida, US

The AV software market for Passenger Shuttles and Industrial Logistics will be a multi-billion dollar a year opportunity as cities and businesses seek new ways to move people and goods.

4 Reasons Mobile Construction Robots Are a Contractor's Best Friend

Construction contractors face various challenges. Fortunately, today's mobile robots can help with many of them. The growing market offers many types of mobile robots; contractors will get the best results when they're aware of the problems these advanced machines can solve.

The Role of Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) in 3D Time-of-Flight Cameras

An Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU) detects movements and rotations across six degrees of freedom, representing the types of motion a system can experience.

Why Do Hardware Startups Fail?

Hardware businesses are notoriously challenging in the vast, dynamic world of startups. There are over 72,500 startups in the U.S. alone, yet only half have a survival rate beyond five years. In hardware startups, the stats are even worse.

Reliable Robotics Demonstrates Flexibility of Autonomous Flight System in an Operational Mission for the U.S. Air Force

"This successful demo underscored two important mission enablers--the ability to deploy Reliable's control station wherever the Air Force needs and convert existing aircraft using our aircraft-agnostic autonomous flight system." -Reliable's Dr. David O'Brien

Avangrid Pilots Mobile Robot Dog to Advance Substation Inspections with Artificial Intelligence

Company collaborating with Levatas and Boston Dynamics to launch pilot project. Among utility industry's pioneers using artificial intelligence to detect and analyze substation equipment

Anyware Robotics Emerges from Stealth Mode to Reveal Its Pixmo Robots for Container and Truck Unloading

The Versatile Robots Unload Boxes More Safely, Cost-Effectively, Reliably, and Quickly than Manual Unloading Practices

Addressing the Skills Gap in Manufacturing through Robotics Training

Louis Columbus, Senior Industry Marketing Manager at DELMIA, delves deeper into the ever-growing skills gap in manufacturing and how robotics training could be the catalyst for change.

Exploring 3D Trends in Machine Vision Industries: Tomorrow's Vision Today

3D machine vision technology is playing a primary role in reshaping numerous industries, such as manufacturing, healthcare and autonomous vehicles

Women in Engineering: Embracing Diversity & Encouraging Passion to Optimize Outcomes

The topic of women in engineering is of paramount importance today because diversifying the engineering field ensures a broader range of perspectives, fostering innovation and better solutions to complex challenges.

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