The latest edition of The Robot Report is devoted to technical developments around autonomous mobile robots.
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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.
Körber Supply Chain said it brings unique depth and breadth of expertise in technologies such as autonomous mobile robots to simplify supply chain complexity.
Join us on May 14 to learn about the challenges of automated bin picking, and how the latest generation of collaborative robots are meeting those challenges.
Coty Cosmetics uses eight Universal Robots cobots to automate the picking and packing of products at the powder presses, saving $500,000 per year.
POSITAL FRABA’s multi-turn kit encoders are designed to work without batteries, be robust, and be easy for robotics developers and others to install.
With the Injection Molding Machine Interface, Universal Robots has launched a way for plastics manufacturers to integrate its cobots with injection molding machines.
The Red Dot international design competition gave two awards to 6 River Systems’ Chuck mobile robot for “incomparable functionality.”
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.
Mobile Industrial Robots, a Danish developer of collaborative, autonomous mobile robots, added five system integrators in North and South America.
Locus Robotics’ Rapid Assessment & Design Service enables 3PL, retail, industrial and healthcare companies to quickly evaluate the benefits of deploying autonomous mobile robots.
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.
Universal Robots’ new ActiNav application kit is designed to simplify the integration of autonomous bin picking of parts using collaborative robots.
The new OnRobot Soft Gripper is designed to work without an external air supply. The end effector comes in three configurations, is FDA-certified, and works with the One System Solution.
HAHN Group acquired DAHL Automation, a German robotics integrator. The deal expands HAHN’s presence in intralogistics and autonomous mobile robots.
SICK’s nanoScan3 2D safety laser scanner combines smart safety functions with measurement data quality for accurate and reliable localization.