Boston Dynamic Spot can now be equipped with new sensors that expand the capabilities of Spot for inspection workflows.
ROAMEO will be working at a California-based casino patrolling parking lots for trespassers and providing guest services.
In this case study, learn how Johnson Controls built a new security robot solution on the Ava Robotics platform
The first of its kind, DARPA SUBT Challenge 2021 comes to an end this week.
The new unmanned C-UAV system enables field operation without exposing the operator to threats.
Realisator Robotics develops a new teleoperated robot to aid in firefighting incident response.
Stratom is developing an autonomous pallet loader for the USMC, to help automate cargo loading of military aircraft.
FLIR receives order for more than 600 FLIR Centaur UGVs to help protect EOD technicians in the field.
Hyundai Motor Group unveiled their vision for the future of mobility today with the introduction of their concept of Ultimate Mobility Vehicles (UMV). The first concept UMV platform was revealed today as TIGER, which is an acronym for Transforming Intelligent Ground Excursion Robot.
Boston Dynamics launches Spot Enterprise version, making it easier than ever before to deploy, control and manage the Spot Robot. The company also announced the availability of the new Scout software and the Spot arm.
How does a robot dog learn how to dance? The Tested team examines Boston Dynamics’ Choreographer software that was behind Spot’s recent viral dancing video.
These robots can move! Watch this video of the dancing robots from Boston Dynamics wishing you a happy new year!
Hyundai announces that it is planning to take a controlling interest in Boston Dynamics, maker of the Spot and Atlas robots. The deal is worth $1.1B
ANYbotics AG, a supplier of unique four-legged autonomous robots, announces the closing of its 22 million (USD) Series A financing round led by Swisscom Ventures. The funding will serve to accelerate the commercialization of its autonomous robots for industrial inspection applications.
Percepto, pioneering autonomous inspection by industrial robotics, today announced a strategic investment of $45 million in Series B funding led by Koch Disruptive Technologies (KDT) to launch a transformative solution for remote, fully autonomous, asset monitoring, inspection and compliance of industrial sites. KDT is joined by new investors State of Mind Ventures, Atento Capital, Summit Peak Investments, Delek-US and existing investors U.S. Venture Partners, Spider Capital and Arkin Holdings, bringing the total investment in the company to $72.5 million.
CompanySix has announced their first robotic solution – the ReadySight throwable robot. Designed for first responders, search & rescue, and others who need a rugged, remote viewing platform.
Simbe announces that sales executive Brooks Augustine has joined the company as Senior Vice President of Sales.
The SPOT ROS Package, a collaboration between Boston Dynamics and Clearpath Robotics.
Ford is tapping four-legged robots at its Van Dyke Transmission Plant in early August to laser scan the plant, collecting data used to retool plants.
ANYbotics is a legged robot, capable of going where other autonomous mobile robots can not. Currently the ANYmal C is being used for oil and gas inspection operations.
We sit down with Alterra Robotics CEO and Founder Nik Raghu to learn more about his vision for the future of security solutions and the new Sirius Autonomous Patrol Bot.
Alterra Robotics produces autonomous security robots capable of extending your security teams reach. Alterra robots can see and hear as they patrol your facility, observing the environment for activity.
In this video, by robot software vendor Rocos, you’ll watch the Boston Dynamics Spot robot herding sheep on the farm and performing other farm duties.
Adam Savage has been operating Boston Dynamics’ Spot robot for a few months, getting to know the ins and outs of its capabilities. While more projects with Spot are in the works, Adam today answers questions about how Spot works.
Knightscope autonomous mobile robots have added new software features which enable the AMR to identify groups of people who are too close to each, then play an informative message.