Fleet manager can train more efficient routes for their mobile robots, plan optimized schedules, and identify areas that need additional attention.
Developers now have access to core software and hardware services within PuduOS and can change code and link more easily to APIs.
VIAM software partners with SCUTTLEBOT to deliver an affordable open-source platform for robotics education and development.
CoEvolution’s AI-powered solutions have expanded its reach to over 50 deployments, showcasing its success in the multi-fleet robot orchestration market.
OTTO Motors and InOrbit have partnered to verify VDA5050 compatibility for autonomous robots, testing the joint operation of both AMRs and AGVs.
The Mobile Fulfillment app is built on 6 River System’ cloud-based fulfillment execution system to facilitate picking items outside the reach of AMRs.
Clearpath Robotics announced Husky Observer, a fully integrated system designed to accelerate inspection solutions.
Utilizing Google Cloud’s Vertex AI Vision platform, Brain Corp will now offer an end-to-end, in-store shelf analytics solution at scale for retailers.
Every step forward in technology has clear benefits. Adding one or two AMRs can help a company move people around and reduce warehouse workers.
Brain Corp announced the third generation of its autonomy platform for commercial robots, BrainOS.
Clearpath Robotics launched its OutdoorNav autonomous navigation software platform for robotics developers and OEMs.
This week, we discuss the news of Amazon ending the use of delivery robots and talk to Viam CEO Eliot Horowitz about its new robotics platform beta.
A breakdown of some of the new, valuable features in the OTTO Motors’ 2.26 software release
The joint offering gives robot developers high-performance hardware that is fully integrated, robotics SDKs that are optimized for the hardware, and a visual IDE that ties everything together to speed up development.
Nima Fazeli is an assistant professor of robotics at the University of Michigan and director of its Manipulation and Machine Intelligence Lab. He also created a famous Jenga-playing robot while at MIT.
Mobile Industrial Robots releases version 3.0 of its software for MiR AMRs.
The new software suite is designed to reduce the programming effort of new robotic solutions.
MiR said the new software lays a foundation for faster missions, tighter integration and enhanced cybersecurity.
SICK has launched a product called Monitoring Box that enables access to sensor data for cloud-based condition monitoring.
Facilities operationalizing material handling automation can now leverage powerful analytics and insights to target process improvements,
With its latest tool, InOrbit wanted to solve a problem that existed specifically in autonomous mobile robot deployments.
There’s a large variety of network solutions being utilized by companies in their day-to-day robot operations- each having their own quirks.
A fleet management solution is necessary when you have more than one autonomous mobile robot deployed at your facility.
Listen to how Blue River Technology brought autonomy to John Deere tractors and are using machine learning to continually improve the operations.
Brian Gerkey, co-founder and CEO of Open Robotics, will discuss how companies are addressing interoperability and what options are available to vendors, end users, and integrators.