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Berkshire Grey Reports $14M in New Supply Chain Orders Since November
February 1, 2022
Berkshire Grey, which released new products over the past year to automate supply chain functions, has responded to strong demand from new and existing customers.
Seegrid to Unveil New Palion Autonomous Lift Truck at MODEX 2022
January 26, 2022
At MODEX 2022, Seegrid will show its new Palion Lift autonomous mobile robot, demonstrate its suite of perception and fleet management software, and discuss return on investment.
HAI Robotics Opens Warehouse Automation Demonstration Center in Silicon Valley
January 24, 2022
HAI Robotics has expanded its U.S. presence by opening a Demo Center in Fremont, Calif., that will show four types of robots, three picking workstations, and its HAIQ software.
Soft Robotics to Debut mGripAI for Food Handling at International Processing and Production Expo
January 21, 2022
At IPPE in Atlanta, Soft Robotics and CHL Systems will demonstrate how the mGripAI system can enable industrial robots to conduct complex food-handling tasks previously done manually.
RIOS Recognized as a Top 5 Robotics Provider Helping the Food Industry
January 20, 2022
StartUs Insights looked at 138 companies providing warehouse automation, and it ranked RIOS as a Top 5 provider of robotic workcells to improve food production.
Epson Updates SCARA Line With T3-B and T6-B All-in-One Robots
January 19, 2022
Epson has updated its line of all-in-one SCARA robots and control software to add precise but affordable options for both experienced and novel users of automation.
Exotec Raises $335M Series D for Robots to Improve Supply Chain Resilience for Global Retailers
January 17, 2022
Exotec, which has developed the Skypod rack-climbing robots and Skypicker robot arm, is now worth $2 billion as it expands in North America and worldwide.
Universal Robots CEO Discusses Cobot Leader’s Outlook for 2022
January 11, 2022
Universal Robots expects strong growth in 2022, despite the pandemic and the need to educate small businesses on the potential benefits of cobots, says Kim Povlsen.
HAI Robotics Joins Greek Intralogistics Provider to Offer Smart Warehousing in Eastern Europe
January 10, 2022
HAI Robotics made its third distribution agreement in Europe as it secures more footholds in the global intralogistics market with its HAIPICK autonomous case-handling system.
Parallel Structured Light Can Enable Robots to Sort Parcels in Motion
January 2, 2022
Automated order fulfillment requires maximum throughput and accuracy, and Photoneo says its Parallel Structured Light 3D scanners can capture fast-moving objects.
AI Becoming an Essential Feature for Picking Robots
December 31, 2021
AI and machine learning are improving the efficiency of robotic pick-and-place operations, as seen in examples from Honeywell, Mujin, and RightHand Robotics.
Plus One Robotics CEO Reflects on Robotics Pickup in Second Half of 2021
December 30, 2021
Plus One Robotics, which provides AI for human-in-the-loop picking, saw demand grow, strengthened partnerships, and raised funding for global expansion, noted CEO Erik Nieves.
Robotics Leaders Look Ahead to Technology, Business Developments in 2022
December 27, 2021
More human-machine collaboration, a mix of specialization and generalization, and new robotics offerings are among the things that six experts predict for 2022.
Robotics Leaders Look Back at 2021 Challenges and Accomplishments
December 22, 2021
From market consolidation to interoperability efforts, leading robotics users, associations, and top suppliers weigh in on the top commercial robotics trends of 2021.
HAI Robotics Hits Century Mark With HAIPORT-Powered Workstation
December 15, 2021
HAI Robotics said that more than 100 of its HAIPORT-powered Workstations have been deployed worldwide since it launched the product a year ago to improve order-fulfillment efficiency.