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.
Qobotix said its new operating system can help manufacturers benefit from collaborative robots by coordinating them and enabling them to learn from humans and one another.
GreyOrange has patented the algorithms and software it offers with autonomous mobile robots to optimize e-commerce fulfillment.
OnRobot said the software update for its Eyes vision system can help users apply robots to flexible production and industrial inspection.
Productive Analytics is currently available for free to users of Productive Robotics’ OB7 cobot and is designed to help monitor jobs such as machine tending.
Collaborative robotics market leader Universal Robots and software company Rocketfarm have announced that UR cobots can now support the OPC UA industry-standard communications protocol.
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.
Körber Supply Chain said it brings unique depth and breadth of expertise in technologies such as autonomous mobile robots to simplify supply chain complexity.
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.
Omron Automation Americas announced FLOW Core, a new software package designed to simplify integration, maximize reliability, and support flexibility in mobile robot applications.
Cambrian Intelligence is giving collaborative robot arms skills for manufacturing tasks such as pick and place, binpicking, cable insertion and more.
Waypoint Robotics has integrated its Vector mobile robot with Numina Group’s RDS Batch Bot coordination software. It is also offering the Kingpin system for moving carts.
Robotiq’s Finishing Copilot software has a new weaving motion and variable trajectory planning that enables cobots to adjust their own path.
UniCarriers, the third-largest forklift manufacturer in the world, will help Vecna Robotics reach more users with its automated pallet jack and Pivotal orchestration software.
Fetch Robotics CEO Melonee Wise has long talked about ease of use being a major challenge when it comes to robotics. Today, the San Jose, Calif.-based company is taking steps it hopes will make it easier to deploy its autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) and iterate through workflows. Fetch has launched its Workflow Builder toolkit that […]