Locus RoboticsHeadquarters: Wilmington, MA, USAPublic: NOWebsite: http://www.locusrobotics.com/Products: LocusBots​Applications: Warehousing Person to Goods LogisticsBackgroundLocusBots deliver 3x to 5x more productivity. That translates to substantially more tasks with less labor in the same workspace. You see a significant reduction in your labor costs, including costs associated with “task interleaving” and overtime. It also minimizes the impact of

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MODEX Event ReplayThe MODEX 2018 seminar replays are posted and available for replay on the MODEX Show Seminar site. I’ve done the the hard work and filtered the list of available seminars for content related to AMR’s. There is a ton of content on the MODEX site but I recommend that you start with this list

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PALO ALTO, Calif., April 25, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Robby Technologies, a developer of self-driving delivery robots, today announced former Apple executive Saumil Nanavati has joined its management team to lead the business development and marketing efforts to help progressive businesses to move cargo, food or groceries using self-driving robots. With expertise in artificial intelligence (AI), Nanavati has been integral to

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NORTH READING, Mass. and ODENSE, Denmark, April 25, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Teradyne, Inc. (NYSE:TER) and the shareholders of Mobile Industrial Robots (MiR) today announced the acquisition of privately held MiR of Odense, Denmark for €121 million ($148 million) net of cash acquired plus €101 million ($124 million at current exchange rate) if certain performance targets are

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Friendly neighborhood robot company, Marble, announced this morning that it has received $10M in a series A funding. Investors include Tencent Holdings (out of China), CF, Maven Ventures and Lemnos Labs. Total funding so far in their three year history is now $15M The Marble mobile robot was designed for neighborhood deliveries and has been tested

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(April 23, 2018) The newsfeeds are on fire this morning with news that Amazon is busy building its first home-based mobile robot. Bloomberg was the first to break the news about the project. Speculation suggests that it might be some sort of “mobile Alexa” solution, similar to the already-launched temi personal robot. Prototype robots built by Amazon

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