Ocean Infinity launches largest unmanned surface robot fleet

Largest fleet of unmanned surface robots and most environmentally sustainable company in the industry

Robotics helps prepare students for future work

In the decade since it began, the VEX Robotics program in Minnesota has grown from 22 teams to around 432 teams.

Global Robotics Market is Expected to Reach $158.21 Billion by 2025 – fior markets

The global robotics market is expected to grow from $37.81 Billion in 2017 to $158.21 Billion by 2025 at a CAGR of 19.11% during the forecast period 2018-2025.

Soft Robotics announce their new partnership with FANUC

Soft Robotics announce their latest offering to the market comes in the form of SuperPick

ETRI develops drone and AI technology to predict algal blooms

The technology analyses water quality with drones and artificial intelligence to predict the level of algal bloom.

A 250-Billion-Dollar Revolution: IDTechEx Research

Automation in the delivery/logistic and warehousing/fulfilment chain is a growing market. A particularly exciting subset of this is the use of mobile robots, drones, and autonomous vehicles for automation of movement-based tasks....

Soft Robotics Announces Transformational Partnership with FANUC

Soft Robotics announced a strategic partnership with FANUC, the world’s largest maker of industrial robots, that will accelerate the adoption of integrated soft robotic solutions into high-growth automation...

Astrobotic Announces New Lunar Logistics Headquarters in Pittsburgh

Astrobotic to open new state-of-the-art, 47,000 square foot facility in May 2020 for the development of lunar landers and rovers Astrobotic proudly announces that it...

Nidec-Shimpo Collaborate on Development for Active Exoskeletons

German Bionic power suit prototype featuring Nidec-Shimpo’s super flat actuator to be showcased at exhibition in Tokyo (December 18-21) A German Bionic exoskeleton prototype based...

Impact of AI may transform the monitoring overall health of infrastructure

The University of Surrey and Kings College London have developed a new machine learning algorithm (AI) that could transform the way we monitor major infrastructure – such as dams and bridges.