Scientists have begun implementing robotic tools to aid in innovative sustainability strategies. With 2021's unprecedented surge in public interest in sustainability, 2022 will see more use and development of green robots than ever before.
Association for Advancing Automation (A3) stats show $1.48 billion in sales so far in 2021, surpassing the previous nine-month record set in 2017
The last two years accelerated ongoing robotic trends like AI integration, agile design, and widespread IIoT adoption. At the same time, new pressures from changing worker availability, and supply chain disruptions, created a higher demand for manufacturing robots.
Exoskeletons have remarkable potential. As with their science fiction counterparts, these machines can amplify their users' strength, letting them lift heavier objects with less effort.
The demand for AI-driven robotics is increasing in operations like those in manufacturing and warehouse settings to help organizations with data and analytics that identify problems in real time, improve decision making, and perform tasks more efficiently.
A recent report from Meticulous Research found that the food robotics industry is anticipated to grow to an astounding $2 billion by 2028. This growth indicates a turning point in the food industry, driven by a number of rising global concerns and trends.
ROEQ has launched two new top modules and accompanying accessories designed to boost the payload and lifting capabilities of autonomous mobile robots from Mobile Industrial Robots (MiR). The new ROEQ TMS-C1500 allows MiR AMRs to transport up to 1500 kg for the first time.
IoT and mobile app development are two such prospects that industry analysts believe can reshape our lives in significant ways. Collectively, these technologies are expected to dominate the future and bring a never-seen change in enterprises across the niches.
Today's industrial robot market is vast and diverse, featuring a broad range of different machines to fit various applications. One intriguing robotics subset that's grown in popularity recently is miniature robots.
There are concerns regarding the use of fully autonomous security robots which may get in the way of bringing them to market. Whether those concerns are legitimate or not may impact how quickly robotics will be adopted for security purposes.
Modern transportation wouldn't be the same without robots, and the future will only serve to solidify this. Here's how robots are pushing the transportation industry forward and where they could go from here.
The RTOS must evolve to meet the rising demand of artificial intelligence and other intelligent edge technologies. Clear synergies and dependencies among AI, security, connectivity, and data analytics can only be addressed with modern RTOS development.
The company has dedicated robotics and advanced technologies labs and hires specialists to develop and test possibilities. Here are some of the latest robotic creations made to improve worker safety at Amazon.
The fourth Industrial Revolution, Industry 4.0, has seen telematics and automation come together. Here's a closer look at the intersection of these two innovations.
On July 1st Zebra Technologies announced that it would be acquiring Fetch Robotics. It will be paying $290 million to acquire the 95% of the company that it does not already own, in a deal that values Fetch Robotics at $305 million.
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