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Robot Sales in North America Increase by 12%, Reports IFR
The International Federation of Robotics noted that the automotive industry has driven demand for robots across North America in 2022, followed by electronics and metals and machinery.

Kane Robotics and Partners to Spotlight Cobots’ Versatile Material Removal Skills at Automate 2023
Kane Robotics said its GRIT system, which includes collaborative robots, can help manufacturers affordably and flexibly automated finishing and other labor-intensive tasks.

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RIOS CEO Provides Perspective on Robotics Investments, Tech Trends
Bernard Casse, the founder and CEO of RIOS Intelligent Machines, explores the transformative potential of robotics in the contemporary business landscape, even with economic constraints.

DHL Supply Chain Expresses Confidence in Locus Robotics With Fleet Expansion
DHL Supply Chain has worked with several automation suppliers, and its vote of confidence in Locus Robotics demonstrates how partnerships can mitigate market uncertainty.

Robotics Executives, Systems Integrators Discuss Challenges With Scaling Robot Deployments at Cascadia Connect
While demand for robots continues to be high, there are a number of barriers that companies face with adoption. In a recent panel, robotics executives, systems integrators, and investors explained...

Investors Outline Capital Considerations for Robotics Startups at Cascadia Connect
At Cascadia Capital's second annual event in Pittsburgh, venture capital experts discussed what robotics and AI companies should do to demonstrate vision, value, and resilience.

WiBotic Introduces PowerPad Pro to Provide Wireless Charging, Data Transfer for Industrial UAVs
WiBotic said its new PowerPad Pro can wirelessly charge different drones, as well as download and process valuable mission and image data for a number of industrial applications.

Small and Medium Sized Enterprises Turn to Automation as Reshoring Efforts Continue
Small and midsize enterprises are increasingly seeing the value of robotics as they look to enhance their manufacturing and warehouse facilities with new technologies.

Ease of Use Features Promise to Democratize Robotics for Smaller Manufacturers
Ease-of-use features such as intuitive interfaces and lead-through programming are making robots easier to deploy, use, and manage, facilitating adoption by small and midsize manufacturers.

CloudSort Focuses on Driving Efficiency, Flexibility, and Scalability to the Middle Mile
CloudSort said its approach to optimizing middle-mile shipping is an alternative to hub-and-spoke operations that takes advantage of its distributed network of shippers.

GreyOrange Co-Founder Discusses Trends in Micro-Fulfillment and Mobile Robot Fleet Management
GreyOrange co-founder Samay Kohi noted that the GreyMatter orchestration software is already in use around the world and that the company is open to working with partners worldwide.

Plus One Robotics CEO Explains How Company Survived Silicon Valley Bank Failure at ProMat 2023
Plus One Robotics raised money and exhibited at ProMat 2023, but it had to endure layoffs and the Silicon Valley Bank meltdown. CEO Erik Nieves explains what it did.

enVista Discusses Roadmap for Automating Supply Chain Customers at ProMat 2023
enVista said its consulting and integration services can help supply chains introduce automation, prepare staffers, and ensure returns on their investments.

Wagner Logistics Explains How Micro-Fulfillment, Automation Can Keep Up With Retail Changes
Wagner Logistics offers services in its own facility and leased space across the U.S. Micro-fulfillment centers are part of the solution to labor and market challenges, it noted.

GEODIS Discusses Successful Case Picking Deployment With Vecna Robotics
GEODIS explains how it changed its approach to case picking by deploying Autonomous Pallet Trucks from Vecna Robotics, increasing throughput at its Indianapolis site.

Worker Collaboration Is Still Essential to Future of Industrial Automation
Human workers play an important role in the industrial automation process to help drive manufacturing and supply chain operations forward, according to robot providers.

Autonomous Mobile Robots Offer an Answer to the Labor Shortage
Autonomous mobile robots have become more intelligent, thanks to better navigation and fleet management software, enabling them to take on more collaborative roles in factories and warehouses.

Manifest 2023 Speakers, Attendees Say Why Supply Chains Should Add Robots Now
Manifest 2023 featured several sessions about the advantages of supply chain automation. This reporter's notebook found speakers, exhibitors, and attendees still bullish on robotics.

Solinftec Scales Up to Provide Affordable Solix Robots, ALICE AI to Farmers
Solinftec said its digital agriculture offerings can make food production more efficient, sustainable, and profitable by reducing chemical inputs and maximizing data.

Robot Block Party Held by MassRobotics Shows Off Massachusetts Innovations
At its Fifth Annual Robot Block Party, MassRobotics and numerous companies showed the public how robots have developed to help companies and consumers.



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