We've reached that point in the year when it's time to reflect upon the trends from the past 12 months, while looking ahead at what 2024 has in store for the world of robotics and automation.
A partnership between Solinftec, Wabash Heartland Innovation Network (WHIN) - and Still Waters Manufacturing combines the expertise of these three companies to manufacture the Solix robot, contributing to regional development in Indiana.
The Reliable autonomous flight system enables the aircraft to be remotely operated by a pilot on the ground and improves safety by fully automating the aircraft through all phases of operation including taxi, takeoff and landing.
Despite weakness in the global economy, high interest rates and inflation, we predict shipments will grow by a further 45% in 2023 and more than 30% in 2024.
KUKA and the Upper Bavarian company digital workbench have launched a cooperation at Agritechnica. The aim of the cooperation is a concrete product: a mobile harvesting robot to support fruit farmers during the apple harvest.
People could manage emergency weather events more effectively with robots. These are a few ways technology is already helping them live in a world heavily affected by climate change.
The international media event at Thunderhill Raceway, Willows, CA, marked a first for TRI, offering journalists from the US and Europe an opportunity to ride inside its research vehicles and simulators and experience firsthand how TRI is approaching autonomy.
Funding from ReGen Ventures, New Enterprise Associates, Cleveland Ave, Incite, and Susquehanna Private Equity Investments will scale Aigen's robotic fleet, launching on farms in Spring 2024.
Amazon is deploying a new robot to take on the extra-heavy lifting in its fulfillment centers. The new technology called Titan is a mobile robot, which means it will help carry products across our fulfillment centers, supporting safety and efficiency in our operations.
Delica selected a Stöcklin AGV with BlueBotics' ANT navigation technology to automate their materials handling between production and logistics.
The current prototype is a small, 3D-printed black plastic cube that's outfitted with four 2.5-inch propellors, a powerful camera, and a rechargeable lithium battery.
Aerial drones and mobile robots both have their specific uses in inventory handling. Companies are doing much more with warehouse spaces and inventory processes, by utilizing all of the automation that these machines provide.
Doodle Labs releases new interference-avoidance features for drones, ground robots and connected teams
'Sense' battle-tested for UAV anti-jamming in Ukraine; promises more resilient datalink for defense and commercial customers
My Jewellery embraces the future of warehouse automation with innovative RoboShuttle solution by Geek+
This new system maximises space and reduces the metres made by staff at the warehouse thereby improving their ergonomic work space. It also allows My Jewellery to adapt to both B2B and B2C operations, another key factor in developing this AMR solution.
R15.08-2, the American National Standard for Industrial Mobile Robots (IMRs) - Safety Requirements - Part 2: Requirements for IMR system(s) and IMR application(s) provides safety requirements for deploying IMR systems into an industrial environment.
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ElectroCraft is showcasing its award-winning mobile robot technology including their powerful and compact wheel drives, high-torque-density brushless DC motors, precision linear actuators as well as servo motor drive technology at a variety of conferences and tradeshows including the Boston Robotics Summit. Robotics Summit is the premier symposium for the sharing of ideas, technology, and market developments for robotic technologies across industries. Beyond a showcase and pitch of product, ElectroCraft is eager to participate in the collaborative discussion of challenges and opportunities that will shape the near and long-term robotic marketplace.