Cionic Works With fuseproject on Design of Wearable Neural Sleeve
July 19, 2022
Cionic, whose wearable device is intended to assist mobility for people with impairments, is working with Yves Behar's design firm fuseproject to prioritize the user experience.
Innovation at the Intersection of Agriculture and Robotics
July 10, 2022
University researchers are testing autonomous systems in the agricultural space as they hope to expand robotics reach in the industry.
A Look at 10 End of Arm Tool Providers
July 9, 2022
End of arm tools are helping increase the capability and range of robot arms, helping operators reduce costs and deliver products faster.
Advances in AI, Testing, and Hardware Help Gripper Providers, Users Get a Grasp of What’s Possible
June 21, 2022
Automation companies are increasing their throughput, reducing error rates, and providing integrated systems as more warehouses and facilitates turn to robotics.
10 Noteworthy Robot Exhibits at Automate 2022
June 14, 2022
With more than 550 exhibitors on the show floor at Automate in Detroit, there was a wide selection of robots to see. Here are some that stood out.
RightHand Robotics to Give RightPick 3 European Debut at LogiMAT 2022
May 17, 2022
RightHand Robotics, whose RightPick 3 applies AI and a multifunction gripper to pick items without prior models, is expanding its European presence and exhibiting in Stuttgart.
BeBop Sensors Introduces RoboSkin to Give Robots Tactile Awareness
May 13, 2022
BeBop Sensors said its RoboSkin uses patented, fabric-based sensors less than 1 mm thick to provide a sense of touch to humanoid robotic surfaces and prosthetic limbs.
Baker-Polito Administration Awards $4.4M Grant for New Boston University Robotics R&D Facility
May 6, 2022
The Massachusetts Technology Collaborative this week awarded Boston University more than $4 million for its new robotics facility.
10 MassRobotics Resident Startups to Watch
April 21, 2022
MassRobotics' headquarters and co-working space in Boston's Seaport District hosts numerous innovative startups. Here's a look at several from a recent site visit.
Soft Robotics Works Hand in Hand With Quest and Ossid to Offer Integrated Food Packaging System
April 20, 2022
Soft Robotics said its mGripAI gripper, combined with Quest's robotic product-handling system and Ossid's tray packaging, will provide high-speed, sanitary food handling.
Medical Robot Maker Myomo Paid Partial Technology License Fee From Chinese Joint Venture
April 18, 2022
With an eye toward expanding into the Asian market, Myomo recently announced it had received partial payment from a joint venture with Beijing Ryuzr Medical.
ReWalk Robotics, Imago Rehab Join Massachusetts Funded Wearables Research With Harvard, Boston University
March 4, 2022
Massachusetts has awarded a grant worth $3 million to collaborators at Harvard, Boston University, ReWalk Robotics, and Imago Rehab to develop and commercialize assistive robotics.
Soft Robotics to Debut mGripAI for Food Handling at International Processing and Production Expo
January 21, 2022
At IPPE in Atlanta, Soft Robotics and CHL Systems will demonstrate how the mGripAI system can enable industrial robots to conduct complex food-handling tasks previously done manually.
NVIDIA General Manager of Robotics Says ROS, Simulation Will Advance Robotics in 2022
January 3, 2022
From digital twins to fleet management, NVIDIA is bullish on the prospects for AI and robotics in 2022, says Murali Gopalakrishna, general manager for robotics at NVIDIA.
Evolution Gym at MIT CSAIL Gets Soft Robots Into Shape for Basic Tasks
December 6, 2021
Scientists at MIT CSAIL created a system for co-optimizing the brain and body of soft robots and found that they often resembled real animals while outperforming hand-designed robots.
Cionic Feasibility Study Finds Neural Sleeve Provides Significant Improvement to Gait
November 10, 2021
Cionic said its Neural Sleeve is the first algorithm-powered bionic clothing to help people with neurological disorders regain functional movement in everyday activities
Touchlab Develops Electronic Skin, Reaches ANA Avatar XPRIZE Finals
November 8, 2021
Touchlab, an ANA Avatar XPRIZE finalist, has developed thin sensors that can provide "electronic skin" and work with existing grippers and could have a variety of commercial uses.
Fabtech 2021 Exhibitors Offer Systems for Small and Midsize Manufacturers
September 18, 2021
As manufacturers struggle with skilled staffing shortages, exhibitors at Fabtech 2021 displayed robots for gripping delicate objects, painting, and other production processes.
Soft Robotics Launches SoftAI to Help Food Industry Adopt Robots
September 16, 2021
SoftAI can augment industrial robots with "hand-eye" coordination, says Soft Robotics. It could drive automation adoption for a more resilient food supply chain, it said.
Soft Robotics Raises $10M to Help Meet Pandemic-Induced Demand for Food Automation
June 29, 2021
Soft Robotics, which makes the mGrip modular compliant gripper and the SoftAI software for tasks such as food handling, plans to continue expanding its commercial operations.