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Embark Trucks Demonstrates Self-Driving Vehicle Emergency Interaction Capability
August 7, 2022
Embark said it has demonstrated a traffic stop of an autonomous truck on a public road, marking completion of a milestone on its capabilities and commercialization roadmap.
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 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.
Pittsburgh Robotics Network, Silicon Valley Robotics, and MassRobotics Announce Alliance at Cascadia Connect
May 4, 2022
The three biggest robotics clusters in the U.S. said at a Pittsburgh investor conference that they will share resources and better connect robotics companies with one another.
eKAMI Breaks Ground on Training Center at Eastern Kentucky Correctional Facility
April 29, 2022
eKAMI, or the Eastern Kentucky Advanced Manufacturing Institute, will offer training and certification in robotics, metalworking, and other skills at Kentucky's largest correctional facility.
Nonprofit Noblis Awarded Patent for Autonomous Machine Coordination System for Federal Use
April 15, 2022
Nonprofit organization Noblis announced it has won a patent for a new system aimed to better manage autonomous fleets on the ground, in the air, or on the water.
MassTech Exec Touts Grants at MassRobotics RoboSource Event
April 12, 2022
At the MassRobotics RoboSource event, Christine Nolan, director of the Center for Advanced Manufacturing, described programs to help suppliers and businesses in the state.
Kraken Completes Robotics as a Service Contract for Royal Canadian Navy
April 6, 2022
Kraken Robotics says its recently completed contract with the Royal Canadian Navy demonstrated that its KATFISH and LW-SAS systems can meet naval needs for high-quality survey data.
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.
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.
Terradepth Co-CEO Describes Buddy Drones, Data Cloud Supporting Virtual Ocean Concept
January 22, 2022
Terradepth, which recently named new executives, has developed drones to relay data to the cloud as part of its Virtual Ocean concept for undersea mapping.
China’s Latest Five-Year Plan for Robotics Aims for Global Leadership, Says IFR
January 20, 2022
China's latest five-year plan continues the country's pursuit of global leadership, not just in robotics use, but also in innovation and sales, reported the IFR.
Nauticus Robotics to Go Public With CleanTech Acquisition SPAC Merger
December 17, 2021
Nauticus, which is offering its software and robotics as a service for more sustainable ocean operations, will be worth about $561 million after SPAC deal.
MassRobotics Marks Another Year of Growth, Successful Partnerships
December 10, 2021
At an annual event, MassRobotics noted the many ways in which public-private partnerships have helped Massachusetts robotics innovators and entrepreneurs in the past year.