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Warehouse Workers Want Technology to Help Them Do Their Jobs, Finds Lucas Systems Study
June 29, 2022
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
June 6, 2022
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
May 31, 2022
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
May 8, 2022
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
April 19, 2022
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
March 17, 2022
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
March 14, 2022
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.
Fetch Robotics, Zebra Technologies Look to Manage Both People and Robots
February 7, 2022
Beyond existing goods-to-person automation and warehouse management systems, Zebra says the Fetch fulfillment software can optimize the activities of both people and mobile robots.
NVIDIA Offers Isaac AMR Platform to Aid $10T Logistics Industry
January 4, 2022
NVIDIA Isaac AMR includes DeepMap for mapping, Metropolis for situational awareness, and ReOpt for fleet optimization of autonomous mobile robots.
Evolution Gym at MIT CSAIL Gets Soft Robots Into Shape for Basic Tasks
December 6, 2021
Scientists at MIT CSAIL created a system for co-optimizing the brain and body of soft robots and found that they often resembled real animals while outperforming hand-designed robots.
OnRobot Debuts WebLytics Software for Collaborative Robotics Applications
November 11, 2021
OnRobot, which provides plug-and-play end effectors for collaborative robot applications, has launched its WebLytics software for real-time monitoring and data analytics.
Warehouses Not Yet Taking Full Advantage of AI, Finds Lucas Systems Study
September 16, 2021
Lucas Systems recently commissioned a study conducted by Vanson Bourne. It found that warehouse executives are interested in AI and automation but worry about costs.
Lucas Systems, Fetch Robotics to Jointly Optimize Warehouse Worker and Robot Collaboration
August 4, 2021
Lucas Systems plans to orchestrate both warehouse workers and Fetch's autonomous mobile robots to optimize picking, improve productivity, and relieve labor shortages.
inVia Robotics Raises $30M in Series C Funding From Microsoft, Qualcomm, Hitachi
July 28, 2021
inVia Robotics, which provides warehouse optimization software and mobile robots as a service, plans to use its latest funding to expand its global presence.
Cargo Cove Chooses RaaS Provider inVia Robotics for Warehouse Execution System
March 25, 2021
To keep up with accelerated e-commerce demand, logistics provider Cargo Cove is rolling out inVia warehouse optimization systems, including its AI-based inVia Logic and inVia Picker mobile robots.