Remote offshore installations, dusty mines, dirty sewers: environments made by people for people. Yet operating them is dangerous. The solution? The robotic dog from ANYbotics, which can carry out inspections autonomously.
Since its establishment just a few years ago, the Danish robot company TinyMobileRobots has conquered a large part of the global market for line marking robots for sports fields and other infrastructure tasks.
The lettuce's outer, or 'wrapper', leaves will be mechanically removed to expose the stem. Machine vision and artificial intelligence are then used to identify a precise cut point on the stem to neatly separate the head of lettuce.
In the age of the Internet of Things (IoT) and Industry 4.0, intralogistics plays an increasingly important role. The precise transport of goods and materials will become a key factor in efficient production.
One of the biggest challenges in combating air pollution is reliable, scalable monitoring infrastructure, which remains expensive. Robots can help solve this issue and make air pollution tracking easy, accessible and accurate.
After 10 years' existence, Naïo Technologies is consolidating its status as the agricultural robotics leader by being the first company in the world to certify that its large scale agricultural robots will be operating unsupervised in fields from the spring of 2022!
Winter weather is an issue for self-driving cars for many of the same reasons it is for humans. While cars don't have eyes, driverless technologies rely on sensors that need a clear view of their surroundings.
Advanced 3D lidar sensors emit pulsed light waves into the surrounding environment. These pulses bounce off surrounding objects and return to the sensor. The sensor uses the time it took for each pulse to return to the sensor to calculate the distance it traveled.
DeepMap, Metropolis, and ReOpt improve performance for fleets of autonomous mobile robots amid expectations for nearly 6x increase in robot sites by 2025.
Any policy that slows down the use of automation will cause operational inefficiencies. This is the last thing we need considering the global supply chain crisis.
There is no doubt that technology will become a critical component of our everyday food experiences within the next five years. Robotics and AI will facilitate better access to healthy food, while also reducing food waste to help our planet.
Because supply chains consume resources on a large scale, they are responsible for a disproportionately large share of the world's carbon emissions.
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.
For companies still without an automation infrastructure in place - and if we're honest, that's likely the majority - it's time to catch up. Robotics help meet supply chain demands and improve employee safety.
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.
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