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4 Challenges Large Enterprises Face for Robotics At Scale
May 16, 2022
When it comes to robotics at scale within large enterprise companies, it can feel as if there is a new challenge coming around every corner.
2022 Technology Roundtable: The future of software and automation is now
May 5, 2022
Our panel says that all of the software and automation tools we need to meet the new supply chain challenges are right in front of us—all we need to...
Aptiv Acquires Wind River From TPG for Edge Software, Connected Devices
January 11, 2022
Aptiv, which has developed software for connected vehicles, says it will acquire intelligent edge software provider Wind River to enable the software-defined future.
InOrbit to Participate in A3 Autonomous Mobile Robot & Logistics Conference
October 5, 2021
InOrbit, which provides orchestration software for mobile robot operations and has participated in interoperability efforts, will be part of a panel at A3's AMR show.
Vecna Robotics Release of Mark 3 Cloud Software Makes Mobile Robots Faster, Safer
September 27, 2021
At Pack Expo this week, Vecna Robotics announced the Mark 3 release of its cloud software, which will enable mobile robots and autonomous lifts to go faster safely.
STORD to Build Fulfillment Center in Atlanta Using Locus Robotics
August 4, 2021
STORD, which provides cloud-based, on-demand supply chain services, is building a new facility that will integrate Locus mobile robots.
Eight Emerging Themes In Robotics and Automation
August 1, 2021
Here are eight key topics that RIOS has predicted and are now seeing unfold within robotics and automation.
The Market Heats Up and Businesses Scramble for Workers
July 19, 2021
Now labeled a ‘crisis,’ the labor shortage is impacting companies in all regions, every size, and all industries.
DXC Luxoft Works With AWS on Robotic Drive Cloud
July 15, 2021
DXC Luxoft, which provides tooling and services for autonomous driving developers, is offering its Robotic Drive Cloud technology on Amazon Web Services to cut test times.
Explorer Surgical Offers ExplORer Live to Provide Visibility Into Robotic Surgery, Shorten Learning Curve
July 6, 2021
One of the barriers to adoption of robotic surgery is the steep learning curve, which Explorer Surgical said its cloud-based ExplORer Live platform can shorten with real-time data.
Zebra Technologies to Acquire Mobile Robot Vendor Fetch Robotics for $290M
July 1, 2021
Zebra, which provides technology for asset tracking and management, said that Fetch Robotics' mobile robots and cloud software will enable expansion in warehousing and manufacturing.
How Amazon Integrates Physical and Emerging Digital Technologies With AWS IoT
June 30, 2021
Amazon's chief technology officer explains how Amazon's robots use AWS IoT for comprehensive device management to scale out and conduct tasks such as induction and palletizing.
Airwayz Partners With Digiland for AI-Driven Drone Fleet Management Services
June 16, 2021
Airwayz, which has developed AI-based software for fleet management autonomous drones, is partnering with investment, operations, and consulting firm Digiland to deploy services worldwide.
ARM Institute Issues New Call for Manufacturing, Aerospace, and Defense Projects
June 9, 2021
The U.S. Defense Department and the Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing Institute are looking to fund projects around topics such as AI in manufacturing and aerospace requirements.
Qualcomm Releases Roster of 7 IoT Products Built to Drive Digital Transformation
June 8, 2021
Qualcomm has released seven new products that it said will help with Internet of Things and AI applications including connected healthcare, logistics management, and warehousing.