LG Exploring New Commercial Opportunities With Expanding Robot Portfolio

New 'CLOi' Robots to Play Key Role in Advancing LG's AI Excellence

Segway-Ninebot will Attend CES 2018 with Its Futuristic Technology Products

Segway-Ninebot will also launch the new members of the Segway Loomo robotics family targeted at consumers. During the exhibition, the Segway Loomo series of robotics will conduct an on-site demonstration and man-machine interactive experience with the audiences.

GENEINNO'S Poseidon Drone to Feature at CES 2018, Las Vegas

Pioneer of underwater technology, GENEINNO will feature in CES Las Vegas 2018. The company will bring its cutting-edge underwater drone camera - Poseidon I, which has helped thousands of snorkelers explore treasures underwater.

Velodyne Showcases the Best of Next-Generation LiDAR, Extends Its Industry Leadership at CES 2018

Game-changing LiDAR sensors to be demonstrated at Booth #3525 alongside use cases from industry-leading customers

Harmonic Drive to exhibit at CES 2018, Jan 9-12, in the Robotics Marketplace - Booth #25843

Featuring exoskeleton from suitX and mobile robot from Motiv Robotics!

Velodyne Slashes the Price in Half of Its Most Popular LiDAR Sensor

The more accessible VLP-16 is paving the way for advanced safety and autonomous transportation for all

Blue Frog Robotics, the Creator of "BUDDY", Goes Through New Round of Financing Led by US Silicon Valley's Fenox Venture Capital

BUDDY has been receiving strong interest not only from Europe, but also from all over the world. Fenox Venture Capital has connected Blue Frog Robotics with some of its corporate limited partners, such as Sega Sammy Holdings, a multinational video game developer and publisher, and CAC Holdings, a system development and integration company from Japan. The funding will be used for the industrialization and market launch of BUDDY robots in 2018.

Five Elements Robotics Announces the Launch of 5e Connect Robotic Platform

Creating Affordable Customized Robotic Solutions for Everyday Businesses.

Five Elements Robotics Announces the Launch of DASH, the Robotic Shopping Cart

The Future of Shopping is Here!

Canvas Technology Raises $15 million To Accelerate Development of Autonomous Robotic Systems

The system utilizes computer vision to continuously map its environment, efficiently plan the best navigation path and intelligently work with people and other mobile equipment. Canvas is particularly focused on fast-moving and changing environments.

Milrem Robotics Brings Autonomous Warfare Capabilities to the Battlefield

The autonomous solution was tested on the THeMIS unmanned ground vehicle (UGV), also a product of Milrem Robotics.

Omron Corporation To Exhibit At The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) For The First Time; Celebrated AI Robot FORPHEUS Will Make U.S. Debut

Global technology leader will feature its latest innovations in sensing, artificial intelligence, robotics and automation

Honeywell Brings Pinpoint Navigation Accuracy To New Industries

Honeywell's experience in aerospace and defense navigation translates into a reliable, rugged and easy- to-install navigation technology for new commercial markets

Element AI Joins MIT CSAIL Initiative 'Systems that Learn'

Together with co-members BASF, British Telecom, Microsoft, NOKIA Bell Labs, Salesforce, Schlumberger, and Scotiabank, the initiative will work to provide real-world applications and drive impact in systems and machine learning

PerceptIn Showcases Robotics Vision System at CB Insights A-ha! Demo Day

PerceptIn Selected to Present at CB Insights' First-Ever Demo Day as Part of the AI Category

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