World’s largest hub for Co Bots opens in Denmark: $36M Invested in Robot Development...

Denmark’s Minister of Industry, Business and Financial Affairs, Simon Kollerup, unveiled what will become the new home of Mobile Industrial Robots and Universal Robots, the two flagships in the thriving Danish robotics industry.

UK businesses ripe for digitalisation with 39% still waiting, Kyocera study reveals

Hoofddorp, The Netherlands : Organisations across Europe are moving evermore into a digital age, but the UK is still to take advantage in its adaptation of digital documentation,...

Soft robotics makes automated packaging possible in delicate applications

Gentle Touch - EU Robotics One of the first robots to make several human-like motions, the mechanical knight, was designed in 1495 by Leonardo da...

How Meat Producers Can Improve Food Safety with Robotic Automation

As the Coronavirus continues to invade processing plants and slaughterhouses across the U.S, linking 15,300 confirmed cases to 192 meatpacking plants, factory floors are becoming the breeding ground for...

Yanmar Develops Autonomous Technologies for Maritime Work

As autonomous vehicles become a more and more common feature of our roads and farms, maritime robotics technologies are also progressing rapidly. Starting in 2017 with the Robotic...

Inspekto brings AMV Inspection to Start-Up Autobahn

Inspekto, the founder of the Autonomous Machine Vision category brings the house down at start up Autobahn event.Zohar Kantor, Inspekto’s VP of Sales and Projects, delivered a passionate...

Neurala Brain Improves Inspection Quality

Neurala, the company behind the software as a solution platform brain builder, has come up with a new way of detecting product defects which requires less data to be...

IDTechEx Research on Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS) – Hype or Hope?

IDTechEx Research In the past decade, mobility-as-a-service (MaaS) has attracted significant attention as it holds the potential to disrupt the business model of the traditional automotive industry and the...

AI can do good in the world: Opinion piece by Judith Elgie

‘Artificial intelligence (AI) can be a force for good in the world’ says Judith Elgie, Head of Data Science at Altelium ahead of International Women’s Day. ‘High profile cases of AI going wrong, or...

AUTOMATED PICK & PLACE SOLUTION ENDS LABOUR-INTENSIVE PROCESS

RARUK Automation has supplied Plymouth-based Oakmount Control Systems with a new FlexiBowl® parts feeder and Shibaura Machine SCARA robot. The two automated systems are now working in unison at...
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The future of AI and the rising ethical questions

AI (Artificial Intelligence) is at the very cutting edge of industry but how much do we really understand about it? There are several questions...

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