The six-wheeled RB-VOGUI-6 from Robotnik is a new platform that can go almost anywhere.
ViaBot announces today that they are officially launching the company and the ViaBot RUNO autonomous mobile robot.
SESTO Robotics expands into Europe, partnering with the Germany-based automation specialist Baumüller
JASCI Software acquires AMR provider NextShift Robotics and forms a new warehouse automation company: JASCI Robotics.
Fetch Robotics announces that its product line of AMRs is now compliant with the new ANSI/RIA R15.08 safety standard.
MiR said it is starting to see a positive shipment trend towards its higher-payload AMRs.
Kidd Creek Mine, an underground base metal mine, uses the Spot legged robot for inspection tasks to keep human operators safe.
Geek+ successfully deployed 60 AMRs at Asda’s UK logistics center. The robots will handle parcels for Asda’s ToYou service.
Karl Wente, winemaker for Wente Vineyards is a trendsetter in the agriculture market by investing in new technologies like the Monarch Tractor.
FlexQube adds Air Specialists to their growing list of dealers in North America.
Monarch Tractor deployed their first production, all-electric, autonomous tractor today at Wente Vineyards in California.
German robot manufacturer Baubot launches a new autonomous construction robot to help with miscellaneous assembly tasks on the work site.
Podcast episode 41 features interviews with Ambi Robotics’ Ken Goldberg and Carbon Robotics Paul Mikesell.
Acquisition of industry leading mobile robotics website, together with Mike Oitzman continuing as editor, strengthens WTWH Media’s robotics brand and serves as catalyst for future growth.
Carbon Robotics announces the third-generation of its weed elimination robot, that selectively kills weeds and leaves crops intact.
Five MiR1000 AMRs transport 200 tons of material per day at Florisa’s Brazilian plant, an increase of 122% from the previous manual transportation process.
Waypoint Robotics and Productive Robotics announce a new mobile manipulator solution that leverages the best of both companies technologies.
Tompkins Robotics and GreyOrange announce a strategic partnership to integrate their solutions for a “zero walk” warehouse sortation solution.
OTTO Motors releases a the revised OTTO 1550 V2 with 1900 kg maximum payload capacity.
Wibotic announces the completion of CE Mark testing and acceptance, clearing the way for sales in Europe.
Gnarlywood selects inVia Logic to help improve the throughput of their warehouse, in one of the first deals for inVia where there are no robots involved initially.
FlexQube signed Ri-Go Trucks as their first Canadian dealer, opening up the great white north for their automated solutions.
Boston Dynamics launches a new tractor trailer unloading AMR called Stretch. The new solution is designed to autonomously unload trailers and depalletize or palletize boxes.
Hyundai Motors announced that they are partnering with Woowa Brothers, the creator of South Korea’s most popular delivery app Baedal Minjok to design and produce an autonomous delivery mobile robot for Woowa.
Tompkins Robotics has teamed with IAM Robotics to create a new combined solution called xChange based on IAM Robotics’ latest robot model, Atlas.