The autonomous vehicle and robotics sectors often employ LiDAR and other sensing modalities to provide their systems with object perception and recognition, localization and mapping, and other advanced capabilities. But cameras and computer vision should also serve as the technological underpinning for mobile robotics perception, including navigation. The post Why Robots Need to See appeared […]
Why Robots Need to SeeNovember 1st, 2022 |
Aerospace and Defense Manufacturers Must Prepare for the Robot RevolutionOctober 31st, 2022 |
Like all manufacturers, aerospace and defense firms must engineer existing or new facilities in preparation for much higher levels of robotic automation. To do otherwise places them at a competitive disadvantage. The post Aerospace and Defense Manufacturers Must Prepare for the Robot Revolution appeared first on Robotics Business Review.
Collaborative Robotics Trends – Heavier Payloads, Smaller Form Factors & Mobile ManipulatorsOctober 25th, 2022 |
The Collaborative Robotics Sector continues to evolve with the addition of smaller platforms, as well as systems capable of handling much heavier payloads. Mobile collaborative robots are also under development. The post Collaborative Robotics Trends – Heavier Payloads, Smaller Form Factors & Mobile Manipulators appeared first on Robotics Business Review.
5G / ML Robotics ‘Platforms’ Have Arrived, But Engineering Shortages Remain a ChallengeOctober 12th, 2022 |
Technology providers such as Qualcomm are offering robotics development ‘platforms’ that incorporate ML and 5G enablers. But development platforms alone are not enough to drive robotics innovation forward, at least not until the supply robotics engineering talent exceeds demand. The post 5G / ML Robotics ‘Platforms’ Have Arrived, But Engineering Shortages Remain a Challenge appeared […]
Edge ML and Robotics Critical for Digitalization and Industrial Automation InitiativesOctober 7th, 2022 |
Edge ML and robotics technologies are critical enablers for ongoing digitalization and automation efforts. Also required?… robust development platforms (hardware and software) that speed and simplify robotics development and deployment. The post Edge ML and Robotics Critical for Digitalization and Industrial Automation Initiatives appeared first on Robotics Business Review.
Smart Radar Critical for Improving Autonomous Vehicle PerceptionAugust 11th, 2022 |
Improving radar resolution has traditionally been based on a hardware advancements which significantly increase the cost, size, and power consumption of the sensors. But radar solutions empowered by (constantly improving) machine learning software, can deliver high resolution and long-range sensing in compact, low power, economical packages. The post Smart Radar Critical for Improving Autonomous Vehicle […]
InsightTRAC autonomously removes almond mummies with pellet gunAugust 4th, 2022 |
The Mobile Robot Guide attended the 2022 World Ag Expo in Tulare, California. At the show, all kinds of agriculture related vendors demonstrated their solutions to prospective buyers. We had the opportunity to see a demo of a unique new autonomous agriculture robot by InsightTRAC, and interview the inventor, founder and CEO of the company, […]
Safety First – Ensuring Mobile Robots Will Not Pose a Risk to WorkersMay 19th, 2022 |
Companies must prioritize safety when deploring autonomous mobile robots. The ANSI/RIA R15.08 safety standard for mobile robots, recently released by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and Robotic Industries Association (RIA), should be your guide. The post Safety First – Ensuring Mobile Robots Will Not Pose a Risk to Workers appeared first on Robotics Business […]
Does Recent Spate of Large Investments Portend a Banner Year for Robotics?May 9th, 2022 |
Recent series large investments into robotics companies, totaling nearly US $1B, could be an early indicator that 2022 will be a banner year for robotics investments. Apex.AI’s Jan Becker and Joe Speed are also interviewed. The post Does Recent Spate of Large Investments Portend a Banner Year for Robotics? appeared first on Robotics Business Review.