Collaborative robotic provider, Agile Robots, closes a $220M Series C round – to enable the company to extend its product and expand its global market reach.
For manufacturers to become agile and autonomous, robots must be faster and easier to program and implement. Enter ‘no code’ programming.
Flexxbotics, a spinout of Worcester Polytechnic Institute, focuses on improving robot utilization and efficiency to shorten a customer’s return on investment.
Learn how UR+ approved products are tested and certified, and how the UR+ program is driving market growth into an increasing number of applications and supporting faster system integrations.
The Danish startup develops Mimic technology that allows end users to record and save complex movements for cobots.
READY Robotics wants its Forge/OS 5 universal operating system to do for robots what Windows did for PCs and Android did for smartphones.
Universal Robots, PickNik, and Forschungszentrum Informatik released a beta version of a ROS 2 driver. The driver works across UR’s entire cobot line, including the newer e-Series cobots.
KUKA Robotics launches a new open source operating system called KUKA iiQKA.OS – designed from its core, to be easy to use.
With the TIA portal’s integrated design, users can now independently implement the UR cobots within major production lines and teach them functions such as jog mode or path point creation.
Dutch e-commerce order-fulfillment provider Active Ants is using GreyOrange’s GreyMatter software and Ranger MoveSmart robots in its new warehouse.
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.
Sameer Wasson, manager of Texas Instruments’ processor business unit, explains how machine learning is benefiting human-robot collaboration.
San Francisco-based Kindred has partnered with VARGO to incorporate its SORT piece-picking robots with VARGO’s warehouse execution system.
A new solution will combine Fetch’s autonomous mobile robots with VARGO’s warehouse execution software system to enable optimized picking.
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.
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.
Scape Technologies said its new SCAPE Easy-Picker is intended to make automated bin picking easier for small and midsize manufacturers.
At the Sept. 22 RoboBusiness Direct session, manufacturing expert Jean Olivieri, COO at Fictiv, will discuss how new digital ecosystems can help manufacturers without a high price tag, disruption, and complexity.