Knightscope’s K5 security robot will eventually be tasked with patrol activities between the hours of 12:00 AM and 6:00 AM.
Keenon Robotics’ DINERBOT T10 offers multi-modal interaction through voice, touch, and vision, and offers versatility in head accessories.
DHL implemented ForwardX’s assisted picking system, which includes its Flex 300-S AMRs, in one of its flagship warehouses.
Pudu Robotics has successfully conducted a project to test the cloud integration between its delivery robot FlashBot and elevators.
Brightpick announced the first installation of its Autopicker aisle-picking robot in the pharmaceutical industry.
The Robotics Startup Boot Camp at RoboBusiness will provide “tips of the trade” around the challenges that can make or break a startup.
FlexQube has received an Issue Notification from the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) regarding its Navigator AMR system.
Stop & Shop said the robot’s new features will enable it to expedite restocking and price corrections.
Interact Analysis expects the mobile robot market to reach an installed base of over 4 million mobile robots by the end of 2027.
CaPow has partnered with JLC Robotics to make its charging system available to mobile robot operators in the US.
Locus Robotics will streamline Solo Brands’ order fulfillment operations by deploying 16 AMRs at its warehouse in Mexicali, Mexico.
Some of the biggest mobile robotic stories this month included news from companies like Locus Robotics, FireFly Automatix, and Apptronik.
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ForwardX Robotics created a customized AMR system equipped with built-in weighing scales to cater to the warehouse’s specific requirements.
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Serve Robotics completed a reverse merger with Patricia Acquisition Corp., a public Delaware corporation.
From humanoids to quadrupeds to turf-painting robots, there was no shortage of different kinds of mobile robots making headlines in July.
At RoboBusiness, Kollmorgen’s Tom S. Wood and Kyle Hanley will address three critical questions to help engineers select the optimal motor design for their robots.
Locus Robotics, a developer of AMRs for warehouses, has broken ground for its new global headquarters in Willmington, MA.
Maersk will expand its use of Dexory’s technology across all of its warehouse operations in the area over the next few months.
A team from CMU has developed an autonomous robot, called TartanPest, to help control the spread of spotted lanternflies.
Chery Automobile deployed over 100 ForwardX autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) from three ForwardX families: Apex, Flex, and Lynx.
Between new product releases and a record-setting Indy Autonomous Challenge, there was no shortage of mobile robotic news to cover in June.
Coalescent Mobile Robotics, a Danish company that creates autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) for retailers, has closed its seed funding round.