Support for fruit farmers: mobile robots harvest apples

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.

This 3D printer can watch itself fabricate objects

Computer vision enables contact-free 3D printing, letting engineers print with high-performance materials they couldn't use before.

Purdue Polytechnic to dedicate nation's largest smart manufacturing ecosystem for engineering technology

This interdisciplinary program synergizes science, engineering, information systems and computing, focusing on manufacturing's next evolutionary step called Industry 4.0. The new facility ecosystem also has wide-ranging applications, opening up potential curriculum expansion.

How Are Robots Changing the Way We Manage Emergency Weather Events?

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.

Robots are taking human roles - and SMEs need to be ready

A mantra often heard within the manufacturing and logistics industries is that robots are not taking the jobs of humans. And, in many ways, this is true. Today, automation is even a necessary solution to plug a shortage of human labour.

Terabase Energy Completes First Commercial Deployment of Terafab™ Solar Construction Automation System

The benefits demonstrated by this project underscore the transformative potential of automation in advancing solar construction practices, enabling us to accelerate and de-risk our project pipeline

Toyota Research Institute Showcases Latest AI-Assisted Driving Technology

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.

Aigen's $12M Series A Unleashes True-Solar Agriculture Robots

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.

Introducing Titan, Amazon's new mobile robot that can lift up to 2,500 pounds

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 Drives Efficiency with AGV Installation

Delica selected a Stöcklin AGV with BlueBotics' ANT navigation technology to automate their materials handling between production and logistics.

The World's First Dual-Arm Autonomous Robotic Sanding Cell

GrayMatter Robotics and BetterWay Products Inc. Revolutionize Marine Manufacturing with Cutting-Edge Robotic Innovation

Robotics Engineers Work to 'Bee' Part of the Climate Change Solution

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.

4 Ways Soft Gripper Robots Improve Food Processing

Food processors often deal with challenges when delicate items are mishandled and broken or dropped. Soft gripper robots can tackle this problem, especially since many are specially designed to handle fragile items, such as eggs.

Drones And Robots For Inventory

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.

ABB Robotics and Porsche Consulting collaborate to automate the construction industry

Collaboration to integrate automation, advanced planning and design of large-scale factories to transform modular housing manufacturing.

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