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ARM Institute Endorses Three Additional Robotics Training Programs
June 21, 2022
The ARM Institute's Endorsement Program is designed to identify the best educational offerings in the U.S. for robotics careers in manufacturing, and it has named 15 to date.
RoboDK Releases New Software to Improve Industrial Robot Calibration
May 26, 2022
RoboDK newest software product aims to help improve the accuracy of hundreds of robot arms.
A Robotics Feasibility Study Can Help With Integration and Return on Investment
May 22, 2022
A feasibility study is a helpful step when planning a robotics implementation, and it can provide long-term benefits, according to several industry experts.
Humatics Reduces Microlocation Transponder Size for More Deployment Options
May 13, 2022
Humatics said its new microlocation transponder can easily fit in a robot arm, in surgical instrumentation, in wearable devices, or other systems for new use cases.
Vention Raises $90M for Cloud Platform to Help Manufacturers Adopt Automation
May 11, 2022
Vention, whose cloud-based manufacturing automation platform is intended to help small-volume, high-mix manufacturers design and deploy workcells, is continuing rapid growth.
Diamond Age Raises Series A Funding for Home Construction Robots
March 14, 2022
Diamond Age says will use the $50 million investment to scale its Factory in the Field system and execute on its first commercial contract to use robots and 3D printing to...
RIOS Raises Series A Funding for AI Powered Robotic Workcells
February 23, 2022
RIOS said it plans to use its $28 million to scale deployments of AI-driven workcells in a robotics-as-a-service model for factories, warehouses, and supply chain customers.
Novanta Partners With MassRobotics to Nurture Robotics Startups
February 8, 2022
Novanta's Celera Motion unit will work with MassRobotics to advance medical robotics innovations, and its ATI Industrial Automation unit will help develop robotics precision.
ARM Institute Selects Eight New Robotics Projects for Funding
January 28, 2022
As the president visited the ARM Institute, the public-private consortium chose more projects to develop robotics and other technologies to meet U.S. defense and manufacturing needs.
ATI Industrial Automation Releases QC-29 Tool Changer for Smaller Robots
November 30, 2021
ATI Industrial Automation says its QC-29 robotic tool changer can provide flexibility for lighter industrial robots,
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.
Learn OnRobot Platform Guides Users for Collaborative Applications
October 28, 2021
OnRobot aims to ease the design and deployment of common collaborative robot applications using its tooling by offering the free Learn OnRobot Web-based training platform.
ATI Industrial Automation Develops Mini43LP Force Torque Sensor for Compact, High Precision Applications
October 26, 2021
ATI said its Mini43LP force/torque sensor is designed to be suitable for smaller applications including electronics assembly, robot-assisted surgery, and laboratory automation.
Novanta to Acquire Sensor, Tooling Maker ATI Industrial Automation for $172M
July 19, 2021
Novanta is adding ATI and Schneider Electric Motion to its offerings for industrial equipment manufacturers, as well as for medical and collaborative robots.
MHS Robotics Spins Out From R&D Unit to Provide Supply Chain Technologies
July 14, 2021
MHS Robotics offers autonomous mobile robots, computer vision, machine vision, simulation, 3D cameras, and end effectors for e-commerce and parcel logistics facilities.