SMARTECH and RoyOMartin announced the successful integration of the SMARTECH AI-based Autonomous Manufacturing Solution (Autonomous MaNEWfacturing™) that was implemented in 2019 at the RoyOMartin Oakdale, Louisiana, Oriented Strand Board (OSB) facility.
Kongsberg Geospatial, developer of the TerraLens Geospatial Software Development Kit, has partnered with Iris Automation to enhance their Casia-G ground-based DAA system.
Industry 4.0 has arrived, and at Automate, taking place June 6 to 9 at Huntington Place Convention Center in Detroit, MI, attendees will experience its leading edge up close. The event is dedicated entirely to automation...
UK startup Touchlab, a deep tech venture in EIT Digital's Innovation Factory roster, has raised £3.5 m (€4.36 m) in a funding round led by Octopus Ventures, one of Europe's largest early-stage investors and backed by Creator Fund and Techstart Ventures.
Healthy Soil Biomes (HSB) and StoryFile have launched an AI-powered conversational video experience with five experts to provide the public with engaging resources on how to create healthy farming methods.
Humans may be one of the biggest roadblocks keeping fully autonomous vehicles off city streets.
Legged robots have a lot of potential for real-world applications, but getting them to work in narrow spaces is still a challenge. Large quadruped robots, such as BigDog and ANYmal, have excellent adaptability and load capacity but are unable to enter narrow spaces, whereas micro quadruped robots, such as sub-2g robots, were able to enter narrow spaces but were unable to complete tasks due to its low absolute payload capacity.
Is it possible for robots to change their working techniques to complete difficult operations? Scientists at the Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden have created a new form of AI that can adjust to accomplish tasks in a changing environment by monitoring human behavior.
For years, attempts in game solving have been limited to two-player games (i.e., board games such as checkers, chess-like games, and much more), where the game result can be efficiently and precisely predicted using artificial intelligence (AI) search techniques and a large number of gameplay statistics.
Today Kärcher expands its autonomous product line by introducing a professional robotic scrubber. The KIRA B 100 R is powered by Brain Corp’s BrainOS®, the world’s most proven and commercially validated software platform for powering autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) operating in indoor public spaces. KIRA is an acronym for Kärcher Intelligent Robotic Applications.