CLEVON 1 Driverless Delivery Vehicle Takes to Public Road in Collect&Go Tests
November 25, 2022
CLEVON 1, which includes autonomy and teleoperation features, promises sustainable and efficient deliveries. Online retailer Collect&Go is thoroughly testing it in Belgium.
Major Robotics Vendors Sign Letter Denouncing Weaponizing General-Purpose Robots
October 10, 2022
Boston Dynamics, Agility Robotics, ANYbotics, Clearpath Robotics, Open Robotics, and Unitree have all warned against adding weapons to robots that are already commercially available.
Universal Robots Ships Cobots in Two Weeks to Help Manufacturers Meet Tax Deduction Deadline
October 10, 2022
Universal Robots said it has managed supply chain issues and can ship collaborative robots in two weeks, helping manufacturers take advantage of the Section 179 tax deduction.
American Robotics Receives FAA Approvals for BVLOS Flights and Unlimited Commercial Drone Operations
September 1, 2022
American Robotics, a unit of Ondas Holdings, said FAA approvals for beyond visual line-of-sight and unlimited commercial operations will let drone deployments scale.
Stereotaxis Submits Robotically Navigated MAGiC Ablation Catheter for CE Mark
July 11, 2022
Stereotaxis, which has developed the MAGiC system for minimally invasive diagnosis and treatment of cardiac arrhythmias, is working toward European and U.S. approvals for commercialization.
Einride Pod Picks Up Federal Approval to Operate Autonomously on U.S. Public Roads
June 24, 2022
Einride plans to begin testing its Autonomous Electric Transport Pods on U.S. roads with client GE Appliances in the third quarter to show its value for commercialization.
AUVSI XPONENTIAL 2022 Focuses on Use Cases, Regulation, and Workforce of the Future
May 31, 2022
AUVSI XPONENTIAL 2022 panelists discussed the importance of public safety for drone and autonomous truck developers and operations, as well as the need for more skilled workers.
American Robotics Gets FAA Approval to Deploy Drones Without Operators at Seven Additional Sites
April 27, 2022
American Robotics, which had already received FAA permission to fly beyond the visual line of sight at three sites, can now operate drones without people on site across six states.
Robot Prices Drop as AI Investments, Ethics Worries Increase, Finds Stanford HAI AI Index 2022 Report
March 16, 2022
The Stanford Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence released the "AI Index Report 2022," which studied academic research, job postings, investments, and regulations around AI and robotics.
IDTechEx Examines the Future of Drone Delivery in a New Report
February 17, 2022
IDTechEx's new report aims to shed light on some of the most pressing issues facing mobile robotics. One area of focus is the challenge of using drones for deliveries.
Robotics Leaders Ask Policymakers to Reconsider EU AI Act
December 8, 2021
Leaders of Europe's biggest robotics associations and technology innovators called on legislators to amend proposed regulations that would affect deployments of AI and robotics.