The Clearpath Robotics Husky UGV is an ideal solution platform for the harsh working environments in a mine.
WiBotic wireless charging is now available for Clearpath Jackal and Husky mobile robots.
Clearpath Robotics Inc., announces that it has completed a US$5,000,000 Secure Convertible Note financing with BDC Capital Inc., as part of its Bridge Financing Program.
Clearpath Robotics added another $5M in investment to their series C round this week, with investment from McRock Capital.
The SPOT ROS Package, a collaboration between Boston Dynamics and Clearpath Robotics.
This video shows a Clearpath Jackal autonomous mobile robot with a HEBI arm on top in a demonstration of mobile manipulation.
This video shows a Clearpath Husky robot with a UR5 robot, simulating strawberry picking.
Clearpath Robotics launches a new autonomous mobile robot research platform called Dingo. The robot is targeted at university labs.
Clearpath was started in a basement by four friends who loved building robots in university. After experiencing their own frustrations in the lab, they wanted to make robotics research easier. Persisting, failing, iterating and finally succeeding on the build of their first unmanned vehicle, Clearpath Robotics was born.
Several mobile robot companies make the list this year Robotics Business Review has announced their 2018 RBR Top 50 Robotics companies. The list this year includes 16 mobile robot companies. You can download the complete document of the Leading Robotics Companies of the Year on the RBR website. Here’s the list of mobile robot companies…