Read about how the Robotics industry is addressing key climate change issues highlighted by the IPCC's report in this editorial series.
What is the Difference Between Artificial Intelligence and Robotics?
By Reginald Davey
Experts Develop Multi-Scale Plant Disease Detection Model
Offsetting Computer Demands with Specialized Deep Learning Processors
By Robert Clarke
From Farm to Fork: Cutting Down on Food Waste with Machine Learning
By Ben Pilkington
Modeling the Effect of Climate Change on Oceans with OcéanIA
By Rebecca Ingle, Ph.D
Reducing Water Waste with Robotic Irrigation
By Sarah Moore
New Approach to Enable Autonomous Flying Quadrotors Explore Unknown Environment
CSIRO Team Representing Australia in 'Robot Olympics'
Drone Mapping of Methane Emission Hotspots
Research Demonstrates Functional Swarm Robotics
Combination of Social Media and AI Helps Evaluate Aesthetic Quality of Landscapes
Researchers Use AI for Faster, Simpler Identification of Small Active Substance Molecules
Tiny Robotic Hand with Electrified Fingers Manipulates Living Tissue
Using AI as a Tool to Improve Patient Outcomes in Telehealth Medicine
Novel Camera System with Active Machine Vision Module for Agricultural Purposes
Prof Matt Reed
AZoRobotics speaks to Prof Matt Reed, Strategy Director for the Materials Innovation Factory at the University of Liverpool, about how the application of industry 4.0 technologies such as robotics and automation can unlock chemistry and advanced materials research and innovation.
Researchers are increasingly turning to robots to perform deep-sea operations to learn more about coral reefs and other underwater ecosystems. In this interview, AZoRobotics speaks with Mathilde Maslin from The University of French Polynesia about their use of robots in underwater investigations.
Professor Branka Vucetic
AZoRobotics speaks to Professor Branka Vucetic from the University of Sydney. Professor Vucetic led a team that has developed a system that could help solve the soft plastic waste crisis.
This page discusses Celera Motion’s Capitan Series to their line of premium performance Ingenia servo drives.
This page details the capabilities of the TeraRanger Evo Mini, a single- and multi-pixel capability in one sensor.
The basis of the fiber alignment system is a very stiff set-up consisting of the H-811 hexapod and P-616 NanoCube® nanopositioner.