For many companies considering AMRs, questions remain … are they productive as advertised, are they cost effective, can they be integrated with other automation technology, can they be scaled?
Acquisition of industry leading mobile robotics website, together with Mike Oitzman continuing as editor, strengthens WTWH Media’s robotics brand and serves as catalyst for future growth.
Gnarlywood selects inVia Logic to help improve the throughput of their warehouse, in one of the first deals for inVia where there are no robots involved initially.
OTSAW demonstrates the new Camello last-mile delivery robot. This autonomous mobile robot has all of the features that you’d expect for a last-mile logistics solution.
IRIM Labs Koreatech demo their IROS2021 submission for a unique, new mobile platform base.
The German shoe manufacturer LLOYD Shoes GmbH uses the mobile picking robot TORU from the robotics company Magazino.
This video demonstrates a new unique concept of Tima robot the HUMATIMA robot. The technology demonstration illustrates a unique concept of the TIMA Rotary foot technology.
GreyOrange today announced that its GreyMatter fulfillment operating system (FOS) now supports unmanned heavy payload movement.
CEVA unveils Hillcrest Labs MotionEngine Scout dead reckoning software for indoor autonomous mobile robots.
inVia Robotics today announced Cargo Cove has chosen inVia’s AI-driven optimization software to accelerate digital transformation in its Jacksonville, Florida facility.
This video introduces you to the new OTSAW AeroX, UV disinfection robot. The autonomous mobile robot automates the disinfection of airplanes between flights, making the plane safe for airline staff and fliers.
AutoStore unveils a new Innovation Hub in Karmøy, Norway. The facility is dedicated to testing and replicating diverse in-store and warehouse environments for potential clients.
ORMi is an industrial mobile robot developers kit from Active8. This video shows a basic AMR configuration in operation.
Hikrobot demonstrates multiple AMRs working together to complete warehouse workflows by handing off cargo autonomously.
This autonomous mobile robot by WYCA Robotics brings you to the next level of security. Customizable at will, this is a versatile tailor-made solution. Able to perform surveillance patrols 24 hours a day.
Seegrid introduces a new cloud-based analytics solution, called Fleet Geek, that provides a holistic view of all of your material flow.
In this video, you can see a demonstration with a prototype of the mobile robot SOTO 2 from Magazino interacting with a Karakuri shelf. The SOTO 2 is picking, transporting and putting down small load carriers from MIELE.
In this video, you see a demonstration of how easy it is to integrate a ROS-based robot like Boston Dynamics SPOT in the OTTO fleet manager.
Fetch Robotics provides innovative, on-demand automation solutions for material handling and inventory management by combining mobile robotics with the power of the cloud to safely find, track, and move almost anything in any facility. In this video, Fetch outlines the workflows of AMRs that support payloads from 100kg to 1500kg.
Tennant Company announces the launch of its newest and largest autonomous floor cleaning machine, the T16AMR Robotic Floor Scrubber. It’s ideal for logistics and manufacturing facilities, or any large scale facility.
Yantra demonstrates their AGV in a hospital setting. The AGV requires stripping in the hospital corridor for its navigation.
This video walks us through all of the amazing technology and engineering that went into the Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover.
This video introduces the Seqsense security robot and how its sensor understand the world around it.
Geek+ Robotics is partnering with Boreal Technologies to expand their channel in South America. The cooperation represents both parties’ commitment to helping early adopters realize a successful transition towards intelligent logistics and manufacturing and advance automation, digitalization, and optimization of supply chain operations across South America.
Locus Robotics announces $150 million in Series E funding. Locus will use the new investment to further expand its market opportunities around the globe and support ongoing research and development (R&D) to grow and enhance its award-winning, innovative warehouse technology solution.