3Laws Robotics co-founder Aaron Ames describes the history of legged robots, and the latest podcast episode looks at a slump in robot orders.
In this episode, we learn about Ziplines’ new drone delivery platform with cofounder and CTO Keenan Wyrobek and lead droid engineer, Stephen Killian.
CNHI Chief Digital Officer Marc Kermisch explains how robots and data can help farmers in this week’s podcast episode.
NRF 2024 provided examples of how robots are evolving to provide real-time data to retailers on the path to smart category management.
Time-of-flight or ToF cameras offer mobile robots precise navigation, low-light performance, and high frame rates for a range of applications.
The industry value chain is changing. We’re seeing a shift away from highly customized fixed warehouse automation to more modular, configurable, and standardized systems, like those from AutoStore and OPEX. This will have far reaching implications for the warehouse industry, eroding margins for system integration and solution design, while benefiting system OEMs. In this insight…
In this episode, learn about the new HiFi Sensor from Tangram Vision and how Next Generation Robotics is delivering optimization as a service for robot operations.
Product Management Director Maturi Jagadish discusses the product development and market fit strategy processes at Brain Corp.
Mobile robotic solutions today gather lots of information that needs to be processed off-board of the AMR. This article explores the options beyond WiFi for extracting that information.
Leading technology manufacturers are developing autonomous mobile robots to assist consumer-facing workers with an approachable, friendly design.
Listen to this week’s episode of The Robot Report Podcast and a recap of all of the cool robots at ProMat 2023.
Implementing AMRs is difficult. Environment, culture, and technology define a company’s fleet. AMR deployment requires a technical and industry-savvy supplier.
Robots were everywhere at CES 2023. Mike Oitzman highlights some of his favorite robots he saw in Las Vegas.
Steve Crowe and Mike Oitzman recap the top moments and biggest stories that happened in the robotics industry during 2022.
Paul Scharre, who helped the Office of the Secretary of Defense develop policies around autonomous systems and emerging weapons technologies, joins the show to discuss San Francisco’s police department potentially using robots with lethal force.
Leveraging experience developing space robots for NASA, Nauticus Robotics is developing underwater robots to perform inspection and maintenance tasks.
This week, we talk to the founders of Robotics Operations Group (ROG) about the organization’s growth and RobOpsCon earlier this week.
Warehouse accidents can happen even with proper safety practices. Automating warehouse procedures eliminates manual work and improves procedures.
This week, we talk with RoboTire CEO Victor Darolfi about automating tire-changing with robots.
This week’s podcast discusses situations in which AI and machine learning still come up short for robotics systems and how a human-in-the-loop system can help solve edge cases in real-time.
Cowen’s Peter Finn on the state of investment into the robotics industry and the impact of inflation, higher interest rates, and other issues.
Melonee Wise, VP of robotics and automation at Zebra Technologies, examines how AMRs can close the labor gap.
Adrian Macneil, co-founder and CEO of Foxglove, discusses the company’s spin-out from autonomous driving company Cruise, how its solutions differ from RViz, challenges of robotics development and the keys to running his startup.
Dr. Paul Rivers, CEO of Guidance Automation, looks back at lessons learned and outlines his predictions for 2022 and beyond.
We spent nearly 40 hours talking to key members of the robotics community. Here are the best episodes of The Robot Report Podcast in 2021.