Robotics 24/7    Topics    Interoperability

Topic: Interoperability


Page 1 of 3 pages.
Robotics CEOs Talk Warehouse Automation at Cascadia Connect
In Pittsburgh at the Cascadia Connect Robotics, Automation, and Artificial Intelligence investor conference, leaders of top robotics companies shared insights into the industry.

Warehouses Expect Return on Investments From Mobile Robots
Autonomous mobile robots are fast becoming regular fixtures in the warehouse industry thanks to their relatively low costs, scalability, and ease of use.

10 Materials Handling Robotics Takeaways From MODEX 2022
MODEX 2022 was not only the first big trade show since the pandemic struck, but it was also a chance to see and discuss many different robots for supply chain applications.

OSARO Teams With Konoike Transport to Pilot Fully Automated Warehouse in Japan
OSARO said its pilot with Konoike Transport and InVia Robotics will enable business to scale up e-commerce operations despite warehouse labor shortages in Japan.

MODEX 2022 Welcomes Back Attendees, as Materials Handling Robotics Cautiously Advances
While attendees and robotics exhibitors were plentiful at MODEX 2022, innovations and partnerships raised questions about the management of heterogenous fleets.

4 Robotics Hardware and Software Trends to Follow in 2022
From robotics-as-a-service models encouraging adoption to the development of multi-purpose robots, Meili Robots looks at how robotics hardware and software will grow this year.

CJ Logistics Integrates Autonomous Systems With SVT Robotics
CJ Logistics, a third-party logistics provider, wanted to tie mobile robots, autonomous lift trucks, and other systems together to improve productivity. It found a cloud-based integration platform.

InOrbit Adds Data Backfill to Robot Operations Tools
InOrbit, which develops robot operations tools, is now offering Data Backfill to maintain data integrity by storing data and uploading it to the cloud for later analysis and observability.

5 Technologies Advancing With the Rapid Deployment of Mobile Robots
From artificial intelligence and 5G to cybersecurity, several technologies are coming together to make autonomous mobile robots safer, more capable, and easier to use, says MiR.

InOrbit Launches Configuration as Code to Help Robot Operations Developers
InOrbit says its new Configuration as Code capability enables robot operations developers to apply software best practices and tools to understanding and managing fleets of robots.

6 Questions About Mobile Robots and Software With Vecna Robotics’ CEO
Vecna Robotics CEO Craig Malloy discusses the company's recent $65 million investment and his focus on helping the company grow to meet demand for autonomous pallet handling.

Vecna Robotics Picks up $65M Series C for Materials Handling Automation
Vecna Robotics, which provides mobile robots and orchestration software to address supply chain challenges, will use the funding to meet rapidly growing demand.

Webcast: Managing and Optimizing Fleets of Mobile Robots
This Robotics 24/7 Roundtable will discuss what warehouse and logistics operators need to know to benefit from the latest software for managing fleets of mobile robots.

Formant Raises Series A Funding for Cloud-Based Robot Fleet Management Platform
Formant plans to double in size as demand grows for its technology for managing heterogeneous fleets of robots in industries such as logistics and agriculture.

Fleet Management Software Evolves, Can Improve Mobile Robot Interoperability
From mobile robot vendors such as MiR to cloud software providers like InOrbit, both suppliers and users are realizing the need for better fleet management and interoperability.



Email Sign Up

Get news, papers, media and research delivered
Stay up-to-date with news and resources you need to do your job. Research industry trends, compare companies and get market intelligence every week with Robotics 24/7. Subscribe to our robotics user email newsletter and we'll keep you informed and up-to-date.



Robot Technologies