Paradigm Electronics, a manufacturer of high-performance loud speakers and subwoofers, uses a UR10 cobot from Universal Robots in a polishing application.
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Robotics Business Review, a sibling publication to Collaborative Robotics Trends, has announced the 2020 RBR50 innovation awards, which recognize excellence and advancement of technology, business, or applications.
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.
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.
Current robotics controllers often require two single-turn encoders working in parallel, plus a gearbox for synchronization. POSITAL FRABA said its new kit encoder can do this on its own.
The “We Are Cobots” virtual event, which is free of charge to attend, will feature over 30 virtual booths and 50 live keynotes.
CE marking indicates the Max-N10 and Max-N15 tuggers now adhere to the European Union’s directives and standards for health, safety and environmental protection.
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.
MTEK has made its MCell Insertion software-defined robotic system for electronics assembly generally available. The Swedish company said MCell can improve performance and reduce costs.
Denis Lussault, the new vice president of autonomy at Vecna Robotics, has close to 20 years of engineering and management experience and will lead the company’s autonomy division.
Geek+, a developer of autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) for logistics, entered into a strategic partnership with Conveyco Technologies, an order fulfillment and distribution center systems integrators in North America. Under the agreement, Conveyco will now offer Geek+ robotics solutions for its customers in various industries. “We are pleased to be partnering with Conveyco to accelerate […]
If you approach automation hastily, things may not go well. The sizable investment for mobile robots requires system implementation be properly planned out, involves the right team members, and follows the following 8 critical steps.
The ARMAR-6 humanoid robot, developed by the SecondHands consortium to help warehouse and factory workers, includes advances in machine learning, robotic manipulation, and human-machine interaction.
In a blog post, 6 River Systems CTO Chris Cacioppo explains how his company’s systems, including the Chuck robotic cart, are helping to keep warehouse workers safe during the novel coronavirus crisis.
Mike Harper, an experienced robotics and application engineering executive, is tasked with growing AutoGuide Mobile Robotics through today’s trying business environment and beyond.
Although both AGVs and AMRs allow materials to be moved from point A to point B, the comparison ends there. Here is a breakdown of AGVs vs AMRs.
RoboBusiness Direct to address critical robotics business development issues through a series of online presentations, Q&A, and media coverage.
Geek+ said its new C200M autonomous mobile robot can use warehouse space more efficiently and reach farther into shelves, with an extended cargo storage range.