AI, Computer Vision and Robotics to Deliver Long-Term ROI for Patient Brick and Mortar Retailers

The high-cost barrier associated with AI, computer vision and robotics will ultimately be overcome by the potential for these technologies to offset the inherent disadvantages facing physical stores today,

World-leading vehicle perception conference, AutoSens announces highly anticipated technical agenda ahead of September event

AutoSens returns once again to the spectacular AutoWorld Museum in Brussels, Belgium this Autumn from 17-20 September. The speaker line-up and full conference agenda for its European event has just been revealed.

UBTECH Announces Yanshee: A First-of-its-Kind Programmable Robot that Combines AI and Advanced Functionalities

The open-source robot supports multiple coding languages; is designed to align with and complement STEM curriculums

UBTECH Pushes Boundaries in Educational Robotics

Newly launched robotics kit features industry-first curriculum designed to complement NGSS and CCSS

A fifth of Brits believe we're co-existing with robots

Public attitudes to robots living and working with people polled ahead of UK Robotics Week (21st - 29th June 2018)

COMAU LAUNCHES MATE - A COMPACT, LIGHTWEIGHT WEARABLE EXOSKELETON FIT FOR WORKERS AT AUTOMATICA 2018

The MATE Fit for Workers exoskeleton uses an advanced spring-based passive structure. MATE delivers lightweight, breathable and highly effective postural support without the need for batteries, motors or other failure-prone devices.

The VTT robot car Marilyn parks in the furthermost lot fully autonomously

Tests on parking with help from the Internet of Things underway in Tampere

HRG To Present Its Robotics Biosphere At automatica 2018

Company reaffirms its commitment to being a 'Golden Partner' for companies looking to explore the Chinese market

ROBO Global Adds Esteemed MIT Professor Daniela Rus to Advisory Board

The Engelberger Award-winner further enhances the board's established expertise in robotics and AI

Hypertherm Launches Robotmaster V7

New Software Rewrites the Future of Robot Programming

After a Successful Kickstarter Campaign that Surpassed $80,000 for Tennibot, Crowdfunding for the World's First Robotic Tennis Ball Collector Moves to Indiegogo InDemand

Tennis players, coaches and clubs double the Kickstarter campaign goal for the first robotic tennis ball retriever, which uses computer vision and artificial intelligence to collect tennis balls autonomously.

Transformative Tech Unveiled at CES Asia 2018 on Opening Day

Day one featured keynotes from industry pioneers, product launches, showcases in 5G connectivity, AI, augmented/virtual reality, vehicle tech and more

MATE Underwater Robotics Competition in Washington State next week

international student underwater robotics competition June 21 through 23 at Weyerhauser King County Aquatic Center, Federal Way, WA.

RAJANT TO HOST GREATER PHILADELPHIA "AUTONOMY SUMMIT" AT NEW HEADQUARTERS

Technology thought leaders to discuss and demonstrate live autonomous robotics for land, air and sea

Patti Engineering CEO Sam Hoff to Share System Integration Expertise at Robotics & AI Summit June 18-19, 2018 at Boston Convention Center

Patti Engineering's CEO Sam Hoff will co-host technical sessions to share expertise on how to choose a system integrator and implementing manufacturing automation and measuring return on investment.

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