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Bright Machines Raises $132M to Expand Intelligent Automation in Manufacturing
November 1, 2022
Bright Machines said it latest funding will help it develop new software and services to improve the flexibility, resilience, and sustainability of manufacturing.
Boston Dynamics CEO Discusses Path to Commercializing Robots
August 5, 2022
Boston Dynamics CEO Robert Playter discusses how the well-known company is addressing industry problems with its Stretch robot for unloading trucks and its Spot quadruped.
ABB Robotics Unveils Art Car Precisely Painted With PixelPaint Robot
May 10, 2022
ABB Robotics unveiled a car painted by its PixelPaint robot, recreating art while demonstrating how its technology can reduce complexity and paint more efficiently and sustainably.
Fictiv Raises Series E Funding to Accelerate Digital Manufacturing Adoption
May 5, 2022
Fictiv, which has raised $100 million, said its digital manufacturing ecosystem can rapidly deliver pricing, design feedback, and manufacturing and business services to speed time to market.
Cyngn and Columbia Vehicle Group Start Producing Autonomous Industrial Vehicle Fleet
January 19, 2022
Columbia Vehicle Group is adding Cyngn's self-driving software to new and existing electric Columbia Stockchasers to automate industrial vehicles for logistics providers.
Local Motors, Developer of Olli Autonomous Shuttle, Shuts Down
January 14, 2022
Local Motors, which had developed the Olli autonomous shuttlebus, reportedly shut down this week after successful fundraising rounds and testing last year.
Velo3D Delivers First Sapphire XC System for Metal Additive Manufacturing
December 28, 2021
Velo3D delivered its first Sapphire XC metal 3D printing system to an aerospace customer, reducing production costs by as much as 75% and increasing throughput by up to 400%.
Machina Labs Exits Stealth With Series A Funding for Software-Defined Manufacturing
November 19, 2021
Machina Labs says its robotic and AI metalworking capabilities go beyond current methods of shaping and finishing, so more complex parts can be made efficiently and cost-effectively.
American Robotics CEO Discusses Drone Development From the Lab to Real World Use
October 28, 2021
As American Robotics merges with Ondas, commercializes its Scout drone with FAA approval for BVLOS operations, and expands staff and headquarters, its CEO discusses the choices it made.
3 Reasons to Think Twice Before Transitioning to Industry 4.0
October 27, 2021
Manufacturers have many reasons to automate, but the general manager of Season Group warns that not every process is ready for Industry 4.0 initiatives.
Sense Photonics Unveils Autonomous Vehicle Lidar Ready for Mass Production
July 2, 2021
Sense Photonics' solid-state lidar systems include proprietary technologies to deliver high-data point clouds with design flexibility for automotive designers, suppliers, and manufacturers.
Roam Robotics Relies on Air for Flexible, Affordable Wearable Robots
June 23, 2021
Roam Robotics is working to improve knee mobility with its lightweight, pneumatic-powered Ascend wearable orthosis, which it is developing in parallel with the Forge military device.
Italian Sheet Metal Manufacturer Uses nTopology Software for 3D-Printed Grippers
June 12, 2021
Preziosa Francesco worked with Add-it design engineers, Desktop Metal 3D printers, and nTopology software to quickly create grippers for its robotic cell and press bending machine.
Hexadrone Ruggedized Tundra Drone Uses Fischer UltiMate and MiniMax for Connectivity
May 30, 2021
Fischer Connectors said it has supplied its ruggedized connectors to Hexadrone's first mass-produced, modular industrial drone to be produced in France. They are designed to withstand environmental conditions.
OhmniLabs Offers Modular Robotics Platform for Cloud-Based Mobile Robot Design
May 21, 2021
OhmniLabs said its new Ohmni Modular Robotics Platform enables it to rapidly develop, manufacture, and deploy mobile service robots for a wide variety of applications.