Vention announces recent product partnerships with collaborative robot tool maker OnRobot, along with the addition of the FANUC CRX cobot to the Vention product line.
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.
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.
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.
Epson Robots said its updated Epson RC+ development software, in combination with its IntelliFlex feeder systems and Add On Instruction Set, can help manufacturers optimize performance.
Han’s Robot Germany said it has spent the past year and a half developing a new collaborative robot that incorporates sensor and AI advances for more human-like motion and high repeatability.
Collaborative robots can accelerate inclusion of people with disabilities in work, said Rethink Robotics, wertkreis Gütersloh, and the University of Duisburg-Essen. They are using two Sawyer cobots in a demonstration project.
Cable management is usually. headache for collaborative robot arm users, but the Southwest Research Institute has developed the ADDRESS system, a new dress pack method for avoiding tangling.
A new solution will combine Fetch’s autonomous mobile robots with VARGO’s warehouse execution software system to enable optimized picking.
Geek+’s new virtual booth is part of its efforts to inform customers and provide access to technologies to help them make decisions in a time of current global change and remote work.
Simbe Robotics said Tally 3.0 is the most advanced inventory robot on the market. It includes an updated optical system and enhanced data-processing functions for actionable retail intelligence.
Grabbing some beer is now possible for packaging and palletizing robots, thanks to a new gripper from Piab. It has designed a vacuum system that can handle six-packs without damaging them.
Brain Corp. said that new user-experience design features in its BrainOS software are intended to simplify robotics usage at scale, as grocer Schnuck Markets adds new cleaning robots.
Scape Technologies has added the SCAPE Mini-Picker to its robotic bin-picking line as an introductory product that is more affordable and has many of the features of its other systems.
Vecna Robotics said the logistics solutions sales leader will support growing demand for its autonomous mobile robots and workflow orchestration software.
Norway-based AutoStore said its new Router software can improve efficiency in its automated storage and retrieval system for e-commerce order fulfillment.
Locus Robotics said its LocusBot autonomous mobile robots will surpass a quarter-billion picks before Black Friday 2020 as holiday spending moves online.
Scape Technologies said its new SCAPE Easy-Picker is intended to make automated bin picking easier for small and midsize manufacturers.