The GreyOrange Ranger GTP mobile robot is the first to be UL Certified to UL 3100, Second Edition for use in commercial and industrial environments.
Doosan Robotics today unveiled six collaborative robot arms, consisting of four models in the A Series and two models in the H Series.
AutoGuide Mobile Robots’ new testing faciliy enables potential customers to remotely watch its high-payload mobile robots operate in a live environment.
OnRobot is looking to help manufacturers automate a variety of screwdriving processes. The RBR50 company introduced its OnRobot Screwdriver end-of-arm tool that handles a variety of screws.
Paradigm Electronics, a manufacturer of high-performance loud speakers and subwoofers, uses a UR10 cobot from Universal Robots in a polishing application.
Locus Robotics partners with integrator Cohesio Group to brings it LocusBots AMRs to retail and 3PL customers in the Australia and New Zealand region.
Already producing over two million parts per month, Swiss Productions turned to Productive Robotics’ OB7 cobot to maximize machine time.
Locus Robotics, a developer of autonomous mobile robots, closed a $40M Series D round to expedite the opening of its European headquarters in Amsterdam.
Roberta Nelson Shea, Global Technical Compliance Officer at Universal Robots, will discuss the basics of collaborative workspaces, robot safety standards, and new speed and separation monitoring techniques.
Mitsubishi Electric launched its first MELFA ASSISTA collaborative robot. The 6-axis RV-5AS-D offers positioning accuracies as low as ±0.02mm, a reach of 900mm, and a payload of 5kg.
RoboBusiness Direct to address critical robotics business development issues through a series of online presentations, Q&A, and media coverage.
The latest edition of The Robot Report is devoted to technical developments around autonomous mobile robots.
ZAGO Manufacturing faced an increase in demand, but had a limited workforce. It turned to Robotiq and Universal Robots for a robust automated solution.
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Three MiR200 autonomous mobile robots have improved intralogistics at Infinitus’ herbal supplement plant in Jiangmen, China.
Franka Emika, developer of the Panda cobot arm, is no longer involved with systems integrator Voith Robotics, the joint venture it launched with Voith in April 2018. Voith Robotics recently announced a new partnership with Universal Robots, the leading cobot arm brand and a competitor to Franka Emika. The split came less than two years […]
The new OB7-Stretch is similar to the company’s standard OB7 cobot, but it has a longer reach of 1250 millimeters and a slightly lower payload of 4kg. Productive Robotics said applications in plastics molding, packaging, and palletizing will benefit from the OB7-Stretch.
Coty Cosmetics uses eight Universal Robots cobots to automate the picking and packing of products at the powder presses, saving $500,000 per year.
OnRobot Eyes is a 2.5D vision system that can be mounted on a cobot’s wrist or externally in a production cell. It is OnRobot’s first product that isn’t a gripper, force torque sensor or tool changer.
The software is based on Blockly, an open-source visual coding method that presents programming code as interlocking blocks. A user can simply drag and drop functions on YuMi’s FlexPendant to adjust its actions.