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PickNik Robotics Raises Funds to Further Develop MoveIt Studio for Robot Arms
October 12, 2023
PickNik Robotics plans to use the $2 million in pre-seed investment to further develop its MoveIt Studio platform for developers of complex applications.
Caltech Aims All Terrain M4 Morphobot at NASA Mars Mission
August 31, 2023
Caltech, Northeastern University, and NASA Jet Propulsion Lab have developed the Multi-Modality Mobility Morphobot to fly, drive, walk, and combine motions for dynamic travel.
Apollo Humanoid From Apptronik Designed to Transform the Nature of Work
August 23, 2023
Apollo, a new humanoid from Apptronik, is the result of years of development work and is designed to be easy and affordable to manufacture and use.
Strengthening the Alliance With Robots for Deeper Space Exploration
August 6, 2023
Space robotics offer safer and more economical ways to explore the moon, Mars, and beyond in this look at the opportunities.
PickNik Robotics Secures Two NASA SBIR Contracts to Advance Autonomous Robots in Space
June 9, 2023
PickNik won contracts for failure management and recovery, as well as for task and motion planning for robots in space. NASA is also working with Reliable Robotics on autonomous flight.
PickNik Robotics and Motiv Space Systems Partner to Develop Advanced Robot Arm Capabilities
April 13, 2023
PickNik Robotics, which offers the MoveIt robot control software, and Motiv Space Systems, which makes the xLink robot arms, are working to advance in-space servicing, assembly, and manufacturing.
IFR Report ‘World Robotics R&D Programs’ Looks at How Asia, Europe, and the U.S. Invest
January 12, 2023
The IFR, or International Federation of Robotics, released its latest report on government funding of research and development as countries compete for economic growth.
PickNik Robotics Wins Space Force Contract for On-Orbit Capture, NASA Contract for Machine Learning in Space
October 25, 2022
PickNik Robotics recently won a U.S. Space Force contract for orbital robot arms, a NASA contract for supervised autonomy, and a Colorado AIA grant for space robotics.
Automation Is a Recession Hedge, Say Speakers at ffVC Drones & Robotics Summit
October 16, 2022
Automation, including robots, drones, and autonomous vehicles, can not only provide efficiency but also resilience, said speakers at ff Venture Capital's event.
Virtual Incision’s MIRA Surgical Robot to Show Skills on International Space Station
August 10, 2022
Virtual Incision said its MIRA miniaturized robot-assisted surgical device will demonstrate the potential for greater access to surgical care on Earth and beyond.
Husqvarna Automowers to Host Worldwide Birthday Celebration for NASA’s Mars Curiosity Rover
July 23, 2022
Husqvarna has pushed out a software update to its 100,000 Automower robotic lawnmowers worldwide to enable them to chime "Happy Birthday" to Curiosity on its 10th birthday.
GITAI to Demonstrate Robot Arms Outside International Space Station Airlock
July 17, 2022
GITAI, which received recognition from the Japan-U.S. Innovation Awards, plans to demonstrate its autonomous dual-arm robot outside the Bishop Airlock with partner Nanoracks.
MODEX 2022 Welcomes Back Attendees, as Materials Handling Robotics Cautiously Advances
April 4, 2022
While attendees and robotics exhibitors were plentiful at MODEX 2022, innovations and partnerships raised questions about the management of heterogenous fleets.
Juni Learning Partners With Makeblock, NASA, and Global Foundation for Ocean Exploration on STEM Education
January 20, 2022
Juni Learning's new "Intro to Robotics: Exploring Uncharted Territories" STEAM course is intended to give students a chance to learn to program in Python and Scratch.
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.