The company is fulfilling the first production units of its autonomous, all-electric tractor for Constellation Brands.
Leveraging experience developing space robots for NASA, Nauticus Robotics is developing underwater robots to perform inspection and maintenance tasks.
From an innovative inventory-gathering robot to new AMR standards, there was no shortage of mobile robotic news in November.
Japan’s National Policy Agency announced that it would lift a ban preventing SAE Level 4 autonomous vehicles from operating on Japanese roads.
Locus Robotics offers a range of autonomous mobile robots and a maximum payload capacity of 3,000 lbs.
The company’s new Deming shelf-mounted robots feature live video feeds. Deming has been proven to help retailers improve supply chain efficiency and reduce costs.
Ottobot autonomous delivery service was recently launched for select customers at the Pittsburgh International Airport.
ASTM’s new standard outlines common objects encountered by AMRs and AGVs. The new standard gives operators and manufacturers a common way to describe these items.
This week, we talk to the founders of Robotics Operations Group (ROG) about the organization’s growth and RobOpsCon earlier this week.
Tatum Robotics won the RoboBusiness Pitchfire robotics startup competition. It’s building an anthropomorphic hand that signs tactile sign languages for people with deafblindness who can’t hear or see.
Hai Robotics is working with Sinocare, a Chinese manufacturer of blood glucose meters, to deploy a complete set of Hai Robotics’ ACR systems.
Spacee launched a new version of its Deming shelf-mounted robots that feature live video feed capabilities.
The MIT-PITT-RW is ready for the IAC racing action to begin this season with a diverse team contributing to the success this year.
Every step forward in technology has clear benefits. Adding one or two AMRs can help a company move people around and reduce warehouse workers.
Labrador Systems announced it received the first reservations of its assistive robots from several organizations in home care and senior living.
Robotics Engineering Week’s sessions are focused on critical topics for robotics and automation professionals.
Brain Corp announced the third generation of its autonomy platform for commercial robots, BrainOS.
From Walmart acquiring a robotics company to a big company launching a forklift division to Starship Technologies putting more robots on campuses, there was no shortage mobile robotics news to cover in October.
Clearpath Robotics launched its OutdoorNav autonomous navigation software platform for robotics developers and OEMs.
On the podcast this week, we discuss the dissolution of ARGO.AI, the state of autonomous driving, and we learn about the new RaaS performance contract for Covariant.AI
Segway Robotics is expanding into South Korea through a partnership with Robo-Wide.
KEENON demo’d its lineup of autonomously navigating service robots at a food services tradeshow in Australia. The company is expanding its market.
Gitamini limited edition, a new colorway of PFF’s best-selling robot, launches the holiday season featuring a Bluetooth speaker.
Big Joe Forklifts announced that it created an autonomous division to better serve its customers as manufacturing environments.
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.