MIT researchers have developed a robotic gripper system that can detect if an object is paper, metal or plastic.
A new study by a team of researchers at MIT shows the promise of merging statistical and symbolic AI to make machines better at understanding what they see.
Low latency and cloud intelligence are the two main features of 5G that will significantly change the deployment of future robots.
Innovations in robotics are facilitating close collaboration between humans and machines, so the safety of these interactions must be effectively planned.
Texas-based Aircraft Tooling has found that UR cobots can withstand the high temperatures and harsh environment of a metal powder and plasma spray process.
Visitors to the Microsoft Ignite conference in Sydney were given a taste of the future, with technology that is set to change the face of manufacturing.
The XPR rotational torch sleeves are designed for robotic plasma-cutting applications.
In addition to metal clamps, cobot users can now use clamps from the igus triflex R range specifically designed to attach the energy chain to the cobot arm.
Amazon has awared a grant of US$70,000 to Australian reseachers working to improve robot gripping by studying human object handover behaviour.
Finland is launching an innovation ecosystem for autonomous systems, aiming for it to grow into one of the world's leading development environments.
In the past, for heavy industry-related locations like mines, robots have been mainly controlled by teleoperation.
Recent advances in the development of bipedal walking robots are making them more viable, but cost and robustness continue to be a constraint.
INTEGRA has developed the ASSIST PLUS spanning head pipetting robot to streamline routine pipetting tasks.
The cloud robotics race is on, with the three key cloud platforms announcing solutions.
Complementary robotics technologies will help to push revenues of commercial robotics to US$22 billion by 2027.