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Southwestern Pennsylvania Gets $62.7M Grant to Build Robotics and Autonomy Cluster
September 2, 2022
The Southwestern Pennsylvania New Economy Collaborative is among the recipients of federal Build Back Better Regional Challenge grants for technology and workforce development.
ARM Institute Names Two Fellows for Projects to Support U.S. Manufacturing, Military Readiness
July 27, 2022
The ARM Institute has named ARIS Technology's Jim Clark and ARIN Technologies' Christopher Ravasio as fellows to lead projects to improve quality inspection and robot navigation.
ARM Institute Calls for Projects to Advance AI, Robotics in Manufacturing
July 15, 2022
The ARM Institute has issued its final 22-01 Technology Project Call, seeking proposals for ways to make robots work better with humans, learn faster, and reduce waste in manufacturing.
ARM Institute Endorses Three Additional Robotics Training Programs
June 21, 2022
The ARM Institute's Endorsement Program is designed to identify the best educational offerings in the U.S. for robotics careers in manufacturing, and it has named 15 to date.
ARM Institute Awarded American Rescue Act Grants to Help U.S. Manufacturing Be More Resilient
April 1, 2022
The ARM Institute is participating in two projects receiving a total of $16 million to help manufacturers integrate robots into their processes and diversify supply chains.
Secretary Walsh Participates in MassRobotics Panel on the Influence of Robotics on the U.S. Job Market
March 18, 2022
MassRobotics hosted a panel with government, academic, and industry experts on the future of work coinciding with the release of its five-year impact report.
ARM Institute Endorses Four More Robotics Training Programs
February 7, 2022
The ARM Institute added four educational programs around robotics in manufacturing to its existing roster of seven programs as listed in the RoboticsCareer.org national resource.
ARM Institute Selects Eight New Robotics Projects for Funding
January 28, 2022
As the president visited the ARM Institute, the public-private consortium chose more projects to develop robotics and other technologies to meet U.S. defense and manufacturing needs.
ARM Institute Picks Team to Develop Virtual Reality to Help Manufacturing Workers Get Robot Credentials
January 13, 2022
The U.S. Department of Defense and the ARM Institute have chosen SimInsights, APT Manufacturing Solutions, and IBL Education to develop virtual reality for assessing robotics skills.
ATI Industrial Automation Provides Force/Torque Sensor for Robotic Weld Bead Removal
December 31, 2021
Material removal is typically a labor-intensive process in manufacturing, but CMU Robotics Institute researchers used an ATI sensor and a Yaskawa arm to automate it.
Robotics Leaders Look Ahead to Technology, Business Developments in 2022
December 27, 2021
More human-machine collaboration, a mix of specialization and generalization, and new robotics offerings are among the things that six experts predict for 2022.
Robotics Leaders Look Back at 2021 Challenges and Accomplishments
December 22, 2021
From market consolidation to interoperability efforts, leading robotics users, associations, and top suppliers weigh in on the top commercial robotics trends of 2021.
ARM Institute Promotes Team Members to Reflect Diversifying Capabilities
December 9, 2021
The ARM Institute, which is dedicated to advancing U.S. manufacturing competitiveness through automation and workforce development, has promoted three staffers as it expands its efforts.
ARM Institute Issues Project Calls for AR in Manufacturing, Endorsement Auditors
November 24, 2021
The ARM Institute is seeking project proposals to help the U.S. Air Force improve robotic manipulation and to evaluate education and training programs for robotics and manufacturing.
ARM Institute Opens Fellowship Applications With the AIM Higher Consortium
November 6, 2021
The U.S. Department of Defense, ARM Institute, and AIM Higher Consortium are seeking applications for a one-year, $60,000 fellowship for an innovator in robotics for U.S. manufacturing.