Neura Robotics is currently on track to bringing a multi-purpose humanoid robot to the market.
Flexiv launched its Rizon adaptive robot in April 2019, and today it offers three different Rizon models.
The RightPick 3 piece-picking system combines an intelligent gripper, vision system, and control software with learning as a form of hand, eye, coordination providing accountability for picking success.
The financing will be used to further develop its lab automation platform Automata Labs for use in and outside of the UK.
Eckhart offers engineering, design, simulation and integration services, as well as proprietary tooling and other automation and robotics systems such as AGVs and cobots.
RightHand Robotics is looking to raise a total of $40 million in its latest funding round.
Precise Automation’s cobots include SCARA, 6-axis and Cartesian configurations. Precise generated $17 million in revenue over the last twelve months.
Rapid Robotics’ solution is a “ready-to-work” robotic work cell, based around a collaborative robot, that is pre-programmed and quick to deploy.
Flexiv competes with collaborative robotics makers such as ABB, Doosan Robotics, KUKA, Universal Robots and more.
Clearpath Robotics unit OTTO Motors cited Fortune 500 manufacturer Berry Global Group as an example of how its autonomous mobile robots can help companies worldwide improve productivity.
HAHN Group acquired DAHL Automation, a German robotics integrator. The deal expands HAHN’s presence in intralogistics and autonomous mobile robots.
Cobot end-of-arm tooling maker OnRobot ended a busy 2019 with investment from the European Investment Bank and prominent Danish investors.
RT Corp., a Tokyo-based developer of service robots founded in 2005, raised 400 million yen ($3.8 million) in Series B funding for its food-picking collaborative robot Foodly. RT said it will use the funding RT to strengthen its business structure and hire personnel. Foodly is designed to work alongside people in food factories. RT said […]
Realtime Robotics plans to use its latest funding from Mitsubishi Electric to accelerate development of systems to improve the safety and performance of industrial robots.
Why did Rethink Robotics shut down? It’s a combination of design, target market, and timing, finds our editor.