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Eugene Demaitre is editorial director of Robotics 24/7. Prior to joining Peerless Media, he was a senior editor at Robotics Business Review and The Robot Report. Demaitre has also worked for BNA (now part of Bloomberg), Computerworld, and TechTarget. He has participated in numerous robotics-related webinars, podcasts, and events worldwide.

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Latest content from Eugene Demaitre

ABAGY Finds That Many Welders Welcome Robotics, Looks to 2023 Manufacturing Trends
ABAGY and Weld.com found in a welding community survey that nearly half expect robots to improve efficiency. Demonstrations also showed how workers can adapt to automation.

AutoStore Addresses Challenges for Warehouse Management and Fulfillment in 2023
AutoStore asked warehouse executives about their top challenges and priorities, and the automated storage provider discussed how it is addressing those needs.

T.I.E. Industrial Takes on Robots.com to Help Manufacturers Adopt Automation
T.I.E. Industrial last year acquired Robots.com from RobotWorx and plans to combine its experience with aftermarket parts with the site's existing depth of content.

Berkshire Grey Sorts 2022 Holiday Orders and 2023 Returns
Berkshire Grey reported on the state of retail and e-commerce fulfillment, as well as investment in automation and reverse logistics after the holiday shopping season.

KEWAZO CEO Explains Value Proposition of Construction Robotics Startup
KEWAZO raised funding for scaffolding robots and analytics despite economic headwinds by aiming for a high utilization rate and delivering useful data, said CEO Artem Kuchukov.

Exotec Adds Three Modular Technologies to Skypod Warehouse Automation
Exotec released a new conveyor system, machine vision-guided robotic picking, and system status software based on its ongoing product roadmap and customer feedback.

Atlas Humanoid Robot Gets a Grip in New Videos From Boston Dynamics
Atlas is now able to do more humanlike motions, thanks to software and electrical development around perception, locomotion, and manipulation at Boston Dynamics.

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