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Gulf Testing Solutions Enterprise Joins Microdrones Global Distribution Network
September 1, 2021
GTS will offer Microdrones' lidar sensors, drones, and surveying software to construction, oil and gas, and agriculture customers in Oman.
Beyon3D Raises $12.4M and Readies Launch of Robotics for Manufacturing and Construction
August 13, 2021
Beyon3D, part of a recent wave of Israeli high-tech companies getting investment, plans to roll out its manufacturing automation technology across the U.S., Europe, and Canada.
Desktop Metal to Acquire ExOne for Leadership in Additive Manufacturing for Mass Production
August 11, 2021
Desktop Metal and ExOne, both of which claim to be 3D printing pioneers, plan to combine their offerings in a broad portfolio for additive manufacturing at scale.
Carnegie Mellon Works With Apple on Robotic Recycling of Devices
July 26, 2021
Apple, which already uses robots to disassemble electronics to recover hazardous or valuable materials, is funding research at CMU to better recognize different devices.
AMP Robotics Partners With REP-TEC Advanced Technologies to Resell Recycling Robots in Europe
July 19, 2021
AMP Robotics, which uses AI and robotics to identify and pick valuable materials from the waste stream, has announced REP-TEC as U.K. and Ireland reseller and integrator.
Desktop Metal Buys Multi-Material Deposition System Firm Aerosint
July 13, 2021
3D printing firm Desktop Metal has acquired Aerosint, a Belgian maker of a system that uses a patented process enabling full three-dimensional control of material placement.
Stockpile Reports Chooses American Robotics to Build Out Automated Drone Program
July 9, 2021
American Robotics' Scout system, which has FAA approval for BVLOS flights with no people present, will be integrated with Stockpile Reports' real-time digitization of industrial materials.
AMP Robotics Marks Milestones in Data, Pick Rates for Automated Recycling
July 2, 2021
AMP Robotics can now classify more than 100 categories and characteristics of recyclables and run object recognition to 10 billion items annually, proving the value of automated recycling.
inVia Robotics Announces More Than 10 Channel Partners for Warehouse Automation
June 29, 2021
Among the more than 10 channel partners that inVia Robotics has announced is Pregis, a packaging automation provider. The partners will integrate inVia's robots and software as a service.
Researchers Make Maneuverable Miniature Robots Controlled With Magnetic Fields
June 19, 2021
A team of scientists has developed millimeter-sized robots that can be controlled using magnetic fields to perform dexterous manipulations. This could have applications in biomedicine and manufacturing.
TriEye and Trimble to Explore Short-Wave Infrared Sensors for Autonomous Systems, Remote Sensing
June 14, 2021
Partners are exploring the integration of TriEye's CMOS SWIR sensors with Trimble's autonomous systems to see if the technology can help them see more clearly in challenging conditions.
Korean Researchers Develop Hybrid Robotic Hand for Improved Grasping
June 1, 2021
Researchers at DGIST have developed and tested a new type of human-like mechanical hand that combines the benefits of existing robot hands while eliminating their weaknesses.
Formlabs Closes $150M Series E to Grow 3D Printing Tech, Doubles Valuation to $2B
May 20, 2021
Formlabs said it plans to use its Series E funding, led by SoftBank Vision Fund 2, to expand its portfolio of 3D printing technologies and hire more employees.
Desktop Metal Acquires Adaptive3D, Adding Elastomer Capabilities to Materials Portfolio
May 18, 2021
Adaptive3D said its printed elastomer technology complements Desktop Metal's Xtreme 8K mass-production printers for high-speed, high-volume production of cost-effective parts.
Soft Robotics Research Grows, but Developers Must Advance Field, Says UC Santa Barbara Professor
May 7, 2021
While there has been much academic interest in soft robotics lately, research should advance the field, say three authors of a new paper on the technology.