Sarcos CEO Kiva Allgood is presenting an engaging keynote on day two of the 2022 Field Robotics Engineering Forum.
Sally Miller, DHL Supply Chain’s chief information officer for North America, spoke to The Robot Report about the types of robots the company uses.
Labrador Systems is the first robot manufacturer to receive the grant from The Engelberger Foundation.
High information navigation mapping strikes a balance between learning based and traditional methods of navigation.
Keenon delivery robots autonomously complete delivery tasks.
The company extends its AMR product line with a new larger format AMR with a built in lift.
Registration is now open for the Robotics Summit & Expo, the international conference and exposition focused on the design, development, manufacture and delivery of commercial-class robotics systems.
Serve Robotics’ achievement comes a few months after the company announced its partnership with Uber Eats.
Global logistics service provider Rhenus in Hong Kong collaborates with Geek+ to co-develop smart logistics solutions through automation of warehousing operations with autonomous mobile robots (AMRs).
In 2022 logistics will overtake manufacturing as the largest user of mobile robots.
FedEx is testing the autonomous delivery of packages for last-mile fulfillment.
The new series 3 MARC autonomous carts from MuL Technologies offer an affordable AMR for person to goods workflows.
Geek+ announces the successful deployment of Geek+ AMRs in Siemens Switchgear Shanghai’s factory.
The RBR50 Robotics Innovation Award nomination deadline is Friday April 16, 2021.
Agilox has launched a new pallet moving platform in the form of an autonomous counterbalanced forktruck.
In this article, we interview MiR Academy Digital Learning Developer Louise Loehndorff about the innovative online learning solution that MiR leverages to educate partners and customers.
WiBotic, a Seattle company that specializes in advanced wireless charging and power optimization solutions for the rapidly expanding ecosystem of aerial, mobile and marine robots, today announced it has secured $5.7 million in Series A funding.
New software, Pivot.al, maximizes human-robot potential and workflow optimization CAMBRIDGE, Mass., Jan. 24, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Vecna Robotics (Vecna), a leader in automated material handling, is revolutionizing the world of self-driving vehicles through the introduction of its artificial intelligence (AI) multi-agent orchestration engine, Pivot.al, that harmonizes the work of fleets of autonomous vehicles with…