Packaging Automation Leaders Announce Strategic Alliance

Rethink Robotics and Sonoco Alloyd Partner to Provide Collaborative Robots and Advanced Packaging Technologies as a Complete Solution for Customers

Naturipe Farms challenges developers to invent the next generation automated blueberry harvesting system

A total of $250,000 USD in prize money to be awarded for a successful device or method that optimizes the quality and condition of harvested FRESH blueberries

Evana Automation Provides Turnkey Robotic Cell Solution to a Manufacturer of Automotive Molded Parts

Evana integrates customer robot and bowl feeder to improve clip insertion process for automobile sills

Black Diamond Advanced Technology Receives Contract to Develop Ground Robotic Operator Control Unit

Engineering design services and material deliveries will be performed from now into calendar year 2016.

Motion Controls Robotics to Exhibit at CPP Expo

Automation improves the safety and efficiency of the roll handling process. Visit Motion Controls Robotics in booth #4421 at the CPP Expo to see how FANUC robots are integrated into the application to transform the roll handling process.

ABB Robotics to hold Open House at its new Houston facility

Event to feature robotic demonstrations and technical training seminars

Researching your first robot purchase? Don't be intimidated.

If you're considering a robot, you probably have a good sense of the process that you'd like to automate. With that information, an integrator can get the process started, determining the client's needs and the best type of robot for the job.

Pack Expo - Intelligrated to showcase robotic integration capabilities at PACK EXPO Las Vegas 2015

Show lineup to guide visitors through robotic integration process

New Low-Altitude Traffic Management System Could Ensure Safe Drone Delivery

Researchers at the University of Nevada, Reno are now working on a new, low-altitude traffic management system to keep fast-moving flyers safer as they cruise through increasingly crowded skies.

New Nanoscale Programmable Switches Promise Faster, More Versatile Chip-scale Devices

DARPA's YFA program identifies and engages rising research stars in junior faculty positions at U.S. academic institutions and introduces them to Department of Defense needs and DARPA's program development process.

Mouser Electronics Congratulates TI Innovation Challenge Contest Winners

Mouser was the exclusive sponsor of the contest, which encourages engineering students to submit design projects that utilize TI technology.

World's first robotic psychiatrist speaks out on hitchBOT attack

"Dr. Joanne" hopes assault on small robot hitchhiker will be catalyst for fair robotic laws

Robotics firm GreyOrange raises $30 million, to expand overseas

GreyOrange, a robotics firm that is in the business of automating warehouses, has raised $30 million (Rs 191.6 crore) in a round led by Tiger Global Management, with participation from existing investors Blume Ventures. The funding, which the company says is one of the largest for robotics company globally, will be used to invest in developing new products, expand internationally into Asia Pacific, Middle East and Europe. The company says it has a 90% market share of India's warehouse automation market and it powers over 180,000 square feet of warehouse. "We are doubling our team size globally as we steer the company and our products beyond India and into international markets," said co-founder and CEO Samay Kohli, who founded the company with Akash Gupta in 2011. The company has two products: The Sorter and the Butler. The former is a high-speed system that consolidates orders and routes parcels. By Diwali, the company will have installed sortation capacity of 3 million parcels per day. The second product, the Butler, is an order-picking system that is tailored for high-volume, high-mix orders characteristic of e-commerce and omni-channel logistics fulfilment.   Cont'd..  

Giving robots a more nimble grasp

Engineers use the environment to give simple robotic grippers more dexterity. Engineers at MIT have now hit upon a way to impart more dexterity to simple robotic grippers: using the environment as a helping hand. The team, led by Alberto Rodriguez, an assistant professor of mechanical engineering, and graduate student Nikhil Chavan-Dafle, has developed a model that predicts the force with which a robotic gripper needs to push against various fixtures in the environment in order to adjust its grasp on an object.

Smart Robots Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2015 - 2023

The smart robots are embedded with artificial intelligence which allows them to function on their own. This factor is acting as a driver for the market. This research report analyzes this market on the basis of its market segments, major geographies, and current market trends.

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