Robotics Training to Help Students Qualify for the Future Workplace, Says IFR
October 4, 2021
Even as the number of industrial robots climbs worldwide, automation providers, governments, and user companies are investing in training, but some say more is needed.
3 Ways in Which Robots Are Helping the Supply Chain Industry
September 20, 2021
Collaborative robot arms, automated storage and retrieval systems, and mobile robots can not only improve efficiency, but they can also affect worker safety and morale.
Optimus Ride, Research Partners Get DOE Grant for Autonomous Shuttle Fleet
July 29, 2021
Clemson University will provide real-world testing of Optimus Ride's autonomous shuttles and provide researchers a chance to study rider behavior and sustainability.
7+ Robots to Watch for During the 2021 Tokyo Olympic Games
July 23, 2021
Toyota and Panasonic have developed robots to provide assistance during the delayed Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic Games. They will also showcase Japan's robot prowess.
Optimus Ride Forms Strategic Advisory Board Around Autonomous Transportation
July 21, 2021
Optimus Ride, which has been developing autonomous shuttles for campus and urban environments, has formed a strategic advisory board including business and government experts.
Farm Robots Could Lead to a Utopian—or Dystopian—Future, Argues Researcher
July 18, 2021
As farms of all sizes look to adopt automation, robotics developers and policymakers should take a broader view of the potential environmental impacts, says a German scientist.
Steel Bridge 3D-Printed by MX3D Officially Opens in Amsterdam
July 15, 2021
MX3D worked with partners in business, academia, and government to 3D-print a stainless steel bridge now installed over an Amsterdam canal. It is the largest construction of its kind.
Why the U.S. Infrastructure Bill Must Respond to China’s Investment in High-Tech Manufacturing and Robotics
June 15, 2021
China has made significant investments in technologies such as robotics, as well as in advanced manufacturing and global trade, so the U.S. needs the infrastructure bill to be competitive.
Automate Forward Exceeds Goals, Demonstrates Robotics Growth, Says A3’s Jeff Burnstein
March 26, 2021
This week's Automate Forward event included discussions on innovation, helping businesses adopt robotics, and standards, said A3's president.
Markforged Sets Up With Strategic Investment Agreement with In-Q-Tel
February 19, 2020
Partnership enables the U.S. government to leverage the Markforged industrial additive manufacturing platform for creating metal and continuous carbon fiber parts.