At its simplest form, the AMR market is split into two segments - manufacturing and intralogistics. Because of the wide range of tasks required in numerous industries, there are often specific robots optimized for one environment.
Pilot project between ABB Robotics and non-profit organization Junglekeepers demonstrates potential of robotics and Cloud technology in reversing deforestation. Using solar power, YuMi® automates seed planting, making reforestation in the Amazon faster and more efficient.
The Un-carrier helps Valmont capture mission-critical data in industry-first beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) drone inspection operation
After a successful first year in Los Angeles, Serve has a plan to deploy up to 2,000 AI-powered sidewalk delivery robots in new markets on the Uber platform
While robots automate physical processes, AI can automate digital and more dynamic ones. However, these two technologies are starting to come together, and AI robots could dramatically impact several industries.
Labor shortages present new opportunities for robotic automation. AI and connected digital networks will make robots easier to use, enabling them to take on more tasks in new industries.
This innovative solution integrates AI-powered robots with self-ordering and self-checkout devices, KDS, table trackers, and robot call buttons, enabling the robots to perform multiple roles, from order takers and food runners to table bussers.
Modern robotics has existed for roughly a century, but innovation has risen sharply in the last decade. The rise has partly come out of necessity due to a talent shortage.
The rapid expansion of the warehouse automation market is fueled by the diverse benefits that these technology solutions offer, and this article highlights just a few of the most compelling advantages.
Leveraging innovations in machine intelligence, environmental sensing and automation, leading technology manufacturers are now selling a variety of autonomous mobile robots capable of assisting consumer-facing workers with an approachable, friendly design.
The company's next generation home delivery platform is practically silent (designed to sound like wind rustling leaves), and is expected to deliver up to 7 times as fast as traditional automobile delivery, completing 10-mile deliveries in about 10 minutes.
Learn more about USING SECURE, CLOUD-BASED TECHNOLOGIES. Robotics is moving from an opportunity in business and facility operations to a necessity in many industries. As a result, organizations must plan for multi-vendor robots, intelligent traffic flows, storage, and more.
Carmel Majidi has engineered a soft material with metal-like conductivity and self-healing properties that, for the first time, can support power-hungry devices. Majidi's team introduced the material in three applications: a damage resistant snail-inspired robot.
Fulfil Solutions Emerges From Stealth With Revolutionary Robotic Automation to Make Online Grocery Profitable
Fulfil's robot-powered automated store enables The Save Mart Companies to delight customers with accurate grocery orders packed and delivered fast and at ultra-low cost
TWA plans to expand its market offerings, accelerate new solutions for automating other classes of forklifts, including narrow aisle and counterbalance trucks and integrate with automation solutions, such as Fetch Robotics, which is now part of Zebra Technologies.
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RGo's intelligent vision and AI system, Perception Engine™, provides mobile robots with 3D perception capabilities, enabling them to understand complex surroundings and operate autonomously just like humans. Its camera-based system operates is able to localize, map, and perceive in even the most robust environments including indoor/outdoor and dynamic or unstructured environments.