OTSAW and TEAM 1ST are collaborating to offer security and other service robots to businesses across the U.S.
ArcBest said its suite combines autonomous forklifts and reach trucks, teleoperation, a mobile platform, and software to meet logistics challenges.
3Laws Robotics co-founder Aaron Ames describes the history of legged robots, and the latest podcast episode looks at a slump in robot orders.
Hippo Harvest plans to use the funding to scale its greenhouse operations to grow produce at competitive costs with less resources and waste.
Hello Robot has launched the latest version of its mobile manipulator robot, Stretch 3, which includes a new gripper, wrist, and sensors.
SpartanNash is expanding its deployment of Tally inventory robots from Simbe Robotics to gain actionable intelligence in its grocery stores.
This Automated Warehouse series explores the synergy between intralogistics warehouse tracking and conveying systems, highlighting their essential role in maintaining optimal warehouse operations.
The new GUSS Electric sprayer has new autonomy and safety features and will be distributed through local John Deere distributors.
ODW Logistics said its customer faced difficulties due to a combination of low picking density and inadequate order consolidation.
Carbon Robotics has launched the new Track LaserWeeder for soft soils, along with software enhancements to help farmers.
Simbe explains its expansion of the Store Intelligence offering to support large-format retail environments like BJ’s Warehouse Club.
Ottonomy’s Ottobot Locker will run on Harbor Locker’s app ecosystem, bringing a new, mobile dimension to fixed smart lockers.
Pixmo combines an omnidirectional AMR base, a FANUC cobot arm, a suction gripper for case handling, and AI-powered perception and motion planning systems.
Starship Technologies plans to use the latest funding to expand its autonomous robotic delivery services globally.
Brain Corp listed some of its accomplishments in 2023, including new record numbers of robots deployed and hours of autonomous operation.
At Manifest 2024, Locus Robotics will exhibit its Vector mobile robot and discuss cutting-edge warehouse technology.
OTSAW has launched Camello+ with configurable options to enable several applications that share the same core mobile robot platform.
The FoxBot autonomous forklift for trailer unloading will be at Manifest and MODEX 2024.
The Feed, a sports nutrition and e-commerce company, and Dr. Max, a European pharmaceutical distributor, have deployed Autopicker robots at scale.
Locus Robotics’ Senior Content Marketing Manager Mary Hart gives advice on how to get the best results when adopting warehouse automation.
Lane Automation, which integrated Exotec’s Skypod automated storage and retrieval system, expects 600% improvement in throughput.
Dusty Robotics introduces the FieldPrint Platform, a BIM-to-field system aimed at reducing construction risk by ensuring all contractors work from the same information.
Time-of-flight or ToF cameras offer mobile robots precise navigation, low-light performance, and high frame rates for a range of applications.
The Robotics Summit & Expo will include keynotes from Amazon Robotics, Disney, and Teradyne, as well as numerous exhibits.
ASKUL plans to use more than 318 Geek+ robots once the PopPick Shelf-to-Person system is finished being installed.