ATI Industrial Automation released a slew of end-of-arm tooling kits designed specifically for FANUC’s CRX Series collaborative robot arms.
The COVID-19 slowed the cobot industry, but Interact Analysis indicates there will be a V-shaped rebound in 2021.
A Canadian bakery uses a UR10 cobot and six-finger Soft Robotics mGrip gripper to grab loaves of bread and carry them to a bagging machine.
A Robot Operating System (ROS) driver is available for the Velarray M1600, providing a user-friendly interface for developers.
Neo will clean the floors of the hospital, allowing staff to focus on high-touch items such as doorknobs, buttons, and other areas that require human dexterity to clean.
Faced with an over-burdened workforce and strict quality standards, one of Canada’s largest hospital networks automated one of its most time-consuming tasks.
Surgical robotics is a growing application for automation, but developers, integrators, and end users should understand how the technology is developing, the role of motors, and what procedures are applicable. Learn more in this week’s RoboBusiness Direct sessions.
ForwardX Robotics said its six new autonomous mobile robot models are intended to help manufacturers and warehouse operators automate more scenarios.
Vecna Robotics has expanded its high-capacity autonomous mobile robot product line with the first Silverback-series autonomous counterbalanced fork truck, addressing warehousing needs for end-to-end automation.
Acieta’s FastLOAD CX1000 cobot cell is equipped with a FANUC CRX-10iA/L 6-axis cobot that offers a 10 kg payload and 1418 mm reach.
In this RoboBusiness Direct session moderated by MassRobotics Executive Director Tom Ryden, Motional CTO Laura Major and MIT Professor Julie Shah will discuss the future of human-robot interaction.
Dutch e-commerce order-fulfillment provider Active Ants is using GreyOrange’s GreyMatter software and Ranger MoveSmart robots in its new warehouse.
Techman Robot said its collaborative robot and smart vision system have helped a Japanese automaker improve its quality inspection process, just as it benefited Continental with a pick-and-place operation.
On Dec. 3, learn from a Robot Operating System expert at the Southwest Research Institute how do develop safe advanced automation. In addition, a DreamVu robotics expert will discuss how omnidirectional 3D vision can help disinfection robots.
ONExia’s PalletizUR 2.0, which is based on the Universal Robots cobot, can simultaneously stack two pallets up to 70 inches.
The TiM240 is the first variant in the TiM2xx LiDAR series and has an enclosure rating of IP65 for indoor use. The TiM240 scans a 240° area up to 10m away at speeds up to 15 times per second.
Automation provider GreyOrange has partnered with logistics firm Gold Bond to enable an Israeli distribution center to fulfill approximately 18,000 to 20,000 e-commerce orders per day.
Cobot Expo 2.0 will feature 25-plus live demos from Universal Robots’ partners, as well at 15 informative keynotes. Attendees will learn about cobot applications such as welding, machine tending, autonomous bin picking and end-of-line packaging, while hearing from top automation experts about safety, ROI and service.
Nicolaus Radford, co-founder, CEO, and CTO of Houston Mechatronics, will explain market opportunities for maritime robotics, using his own and his company’s experience as examples, in this RoboBusiness Direct presentation.
Digital transformation through automation is a strategic imperative for most companies. In his RoboBusiness Direct session, John McEleney, corporate vice president of strategy at PTC, will share his insights on how to design and develop robots in today’s digital era.