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Kärcher and InOrbit Recognized for Innovation, Partnership at Plug and Play Silicon Valley November Summit
Karcher needed a way to manage its growing fleet of cleaning robots, and InOrbit helped it monitor and manage robot operations with its cloud-based platform.

Markforged Adds Simulation Features to Additive Manufacturing Software
Markforged's new Simulation software enabled Larsen Motorsports to design and produce 3D printed steering wheels faster and with fewer iterations.

Technica Truck Loading and Unloading System to Work With GreyOrange GreyMatter Orchestration Platform
Technica's innovative truck loading and unloading system, iTLS, will work with GreyOrange's GreyMatter fulfillment orchestration platform to improve warehouse efficiency and safety.

Design First to Gain the Highest Performance in Robotic Picking
Robotic picking and goods-to-person automation can help warehouse operators, but only if they evaluate processes and software, says Numina Group.

Smart Robotics Expands Smart Palletizer Cobot Line to Optimize Box Stacking
Smart Robotics said the three newly engineered versions of its Smart Palletizer collaborative robot system can make warehouse palletizing more resource-efficient.

MHS Lift Launches New Integrator Program
MHS has expanded its warehouse optimization and automation offerings as it opens its new West Coast branch in Costa Mesa, Calif.

Why 2022 Is Ideal for Embracing Change and New Ideas In Manufacturing
From the effects of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic to the heighted interest in building more sustainable supply chains, 2022 continues to be a interesting for manufacturing, automation, and Industry 4.0.

inVia Robotics Launches Traffic Quality Index Algorithm to Reduce Warehouse Aisle Congestion
The inVia Logic warehouse execution software now includes the Traffic Quality Index, an algorithm that can predict warehouse traffic jams and help robots and people avoid them.

Warehouse Workers Want Technology to Help Them Do Their Jobs, Finds Lucas Systems Study
Lucas Systems reports in its "Voice of the Warehouse Worker Study" that nearly half of on-floor staffers welcome robots in relieving physical stress, but many are still concerned about automation.

InOrbit Connect Certification Can Simplify the Scaling of Robot Operations
The new InOrbit Connect certification program and its new robot directory are intended to help developers and users find the right products for their operations.

Gideon Launches Casey, Its Autonomous Case Picking Robot
Gideon has added a new robot to its portfolio of warehouse robots. Casey is a case picking robot that can carry loads of up to 1,000 kg.

Logistics Robots Have Arrived, Finds 2022 Robotics Survey
Logistics automation and warehouse robotics continue to spread apace, found a Peerless Research Group survey around MODEX 2022. It examined areas of interest and barriers to adoption.

MHS Global and Fortna to Merge, Forming Materials Handling Multinational
MHS, which provides materials handling automation and integration services, said its combination with Fortna's warehouse operating software, will give end-to-end support for logistics providers.

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.

ENOT Debuts Technology to Optimize Deep Neural Networks for Speed, Compression, and Energy Efficiency
ENOT.ai said its framework optimizes neural network architectures for accuracy and efficiency. The company said its framework, which has a Python API, can help robotics developers.



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