Black-I Robotics, the well-known Boston-area robotics company, is demonstrating its breakthrough autonomous Fullscope Mobile Heavy Lift Arm at Modex, the materials handling show that runs from today through March 30 in Atlanta, according to CEO Brian Hart.
The drylin® XXL 3-axis linear gantry robot is up to 60 percent more cost-effective than other solutions, easier to implement.
Veo Robotics, the industrial automation company that created FreeMove®, a comprehensive 3D safeguarding system for industrial robots that powers dynamic human-robot collaboration, has announced a partnership with Gray Solutions, a leading automation services provider for the food and beverage sector.
Outrider, the pioneer in autonomous yard operations for logistics hubs, announced it has released fully autonomous trailer backing capabilities to its fleet. This proprietary technology enables autonomous yard trucks to back trailers into tight spaces with precision and without modifications to trailers. These capabilities are now available as part of the Outrider System, which automates distribution yards for large, logistics-dependent enterprises.
A new project, led by Monash University researchers, will develop an Artificial Intelligence (AI)-assisted application to help with real-time interpretations for diplomatic talks, international business and tourism.
Robotics scientists at Virginia Tech have developed a multifunctional shape-morphing material that enables soft robots to adopt complex, load-bearing shapes without the use of motors or pulleys.
Melexis has made a major innovation to improve robots’ ability to interact with fragile or diverse objects. The company has unveiled Tactaxis, a fully integrated tactile sensor that is compact, soft and provides the 3D force vector acting on its surface.
Researchers have developed a 3D printing method for producing soft robotics actuators with integrated sensor networks. This promises novel applications for soft robotics while opening the door to zero-waste manufacturing.
Festo introduces at SLAS 2022 the Modular Gantry Robot platform for laboratory-based automated liquid handling. Open sourced, customizable, and utilizing world-class components, this new solution enables equipment designers to quickly realize their unique solutions with fewer mechanical and electrical engineering resources, speeding time to market. (February 5-9, Boston Convention and Exhibition Center, Festo Booth #718)
A postgraduate student team from the National Robotarium, supported by Heriot-Watt University and the University of Edinburgh, has been selected to compete in Amazon’s new global AI competition. The eight-strong team will create an embodied agent to help people around the home, similar to a robot butler.