Geek+ plans to use the fresh funding to further expand in the global market and invest in research and development.
With the expanded partnership, Cobalt Robotics’ customers can better track where its robots are and quickly call them for emergencies.
Between exciting new deployments, innovative technologies and product launches, there was no shortage of mobile robotic news to cover in July.
GXO currently runs more than 900 facilities in 28 countries totaling around 200 million square feet.
Simbe robotics announced a partnership with Fast Radius that will help Simbe modernize its supply chain and scale production.
Geek+ automates picking operations with its P-800 AMRs in Bergler Industrieservices’ logistics center in Erlensee, Germany.
Reports from Chinese media outlets about the number of layoffs at Pudu Robotics vary, with some reporting layoffs of up to 1,500.
A decade after its acquisition of Kiva Systems, Amazon has announced its first fully autonomous mobile robot, Proteus.
In the spring of 2022, Groupe Blondel landed on the autonomous mobile robotic picking solution from Scallog.
Small Robot Company’s robotic solution involves two parts: Tom, a plant monitoring robot, and Wilma, an AI Advice Engine.
Badger Technologies’ robots have been deployed for automatic hazard detection in five Vallarta Supermarkets in California.
MiR said the new software lays a foundation for faster missions, tighter integration and enhanced cybersecurity.
Serve Robotics announced a partnership with Walmart in Bentonville, Arizona, where some of its delivery robots have been spotted.
DHL runs more than a dozen sites in North America that use over 2,000 LocusBots to support piece picking and order fulfillment.
From new solutions launching, to big investments, to more events returning, there was no shortage of mobile robotic stories for us to cover.
Mark Joppru, the former vice president of ABB USA’s Consumer Segments and Service Robotics division, has joined the MiR team.
Pudu Robotics offers a line of commercial service robots that do a variety of tasks, including Flashbot, Kettybot, PuduBot and BellaBot.
Simbe’s Tally autonomously navigates stores and collects shelf data to help prevent out of stock items and incorrect prices.
Industry events, like MODEX and IREX, made their return, and with them came a slew of new product announcements and deployments.
Oceaneering introduced the UniMover D 100, UniMover O 600 and MaxMover CB D 2000 at MODEX 2022 earlier this week.
GXO Logistics deployed 65 autonomous mobile robots from Locus Robotics at its order fulfillment centers.
Since its founding in 2015, TinyMobileRobots said it has saved customers 1.6 million hours of painting and $102.5 million.
Infinity joins OPEX’s two other robotic systems, Sure Sort, a sorting system, and Perfect Pick, a goods-to-person picking robot.
Boston Dynamics’ Stretch robot can handle up to 50 lbs and is available for installations in 2023 and 2024.
Waypoint Robotics’ AMRs are being rebranded to join the mobile robot portfolio of Locus Robotics.