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ABAGY Finds That Many Welders Welcome Robotics, Looks to 2023 Manufacturing Trends
ABAGY and Weld.com found in a welding community survey that nearly half expect robots to improve efficiency. Demonstrations also showed how workers can adapt to automation.

Scythe Robotics Reaps $42M Series B to Deliver Autonomous Lawn Mower to Landscapers
Scythe Robotics said it will use its latest funding partly to scale up and deliver on 7,500 customer preorders for its M.52 autonomous lawn mower.

Balboa Capital Offers an Overview of the U.S. Robotics Industry
Balboa Capital reported that automation and robotics have created more jobs than they have displaced, with robot density and usage continuing to increase across the U.S.

Robots Pave the Way for Reshoring Manufacturing
Reshoring of production to the U.S. can be aided by robotics, but manufacturers must recognize how automation can help mitigate persistent labor shortages, say industry experts.

Alphabet-Owned Intrinsic Lays Off 20% of Workforce
Alphabet-owned Intrinsic, which was commercializing Open Robotics' work, is the latest technology company to announce a reduction in staff in the past few months.

OnRobot’s D:PLOY Platform Designed to Help Customers Develop Applications on the Fly
OnRobot has launched a new platform designed to enable customers to more easily create workflows for their manufacturing robots.

ARM Institute Endorses Four New Robotics Training Programs
The ARM Institute recognized workforce development programs at community colleges, an apprenticeship programs, and a tech organization as addressing America's manufacturing skills gap.

Labor Crisis Makes It Essential to Upskill Workers With 21st Century Automation
With labor shortages across manufacturing and other industries, employers can both upskill workers and integrate automation to augment their capabilities.

SME Offers New Robotics in Manufacturing Fundamentals Certification
SME has partnered with the Robotics Education & Competition Foundation and FIRST to establish the new robotics certification.

Dobot Launches Cobot Arms For Retail and Service Markets as Part of New Product Series
Dobot has launched its new Nova Series cobot line to cater to retail and service market customers.

Botrista CEO Says Automation Can Help Rescue Shorthanded Restaurants
Botrista said its DrinkBot offers more sustainable beverage dispensing while freeing scarce staffers for customer service, offering a model for restaurant automation.

Manifest 2023 to Host Women’s Luncheon to Celebrate Women in Logistics Tech
Manifest 2023 in Las Vegas will include a luncheon focusing on diversity in the supply chain and logistics industry, as well as numerous other sessions and exhibits.

MassRobotics Now Accepting Applications for Third Jumpstart Fellowship Program
For the third time, MassRobotics will invite a cohort of high school girls to its headquarters this winter as part of a fellowship program designed to help them learn more...

Robots Continue to Permeate the Modern Supply Chain
Robotic technologies continue to make inroads in the global supply chain, encountering some resistance but bringing efficiency and sustainability to many operations.

ARM Institute Opens Florida Office to Expand Regional Support for Manufacturing Innovation in Robotics and AI
The ARM Institute will open its second location in St. Petersburg, Fla., to grow its support of industry, workforce development, and membership in the region.



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