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News  ·  Article  ·  Friday, February 15th 2019  · TechRepublic

Despite the hype surrounding self-driving cars, human intervention is consistently required for its functionality, according to Consumer Watchdog.

  • Measuring/Testing
  • Autonomous Vehicle
  • Research
  • Autonomous Driving
  • Autonomous

News  ·  Article  ·  Friday, February 15th 2019  · Robotics Business Review

A partner of NVIDIA's new Jetson chipset has created a development kit for those looking to create new autonomous systems.

News  ·  Article  ·  Friday, February 15th 2019  · Reuters

Australian iron ore miner Fortescue said on Friday that one of its driverless tr...

  • Autonomous
  • Mining
  • Transport/Haulage

News  ·  Article  ·  Friday, February 15th 2019  · TechCrunch

Hello and welcome back to Equity, TechCrunch’s venture capital-focused podcast, where we unpack the numbers behind the headlines. This week was a treat. We had TechCrunch’s own Connie Loizos in the studio along with your humble servant and General Catalyst’s Niko Bonatsos. A fine group …

News  ·  Article  ·  Friday, February 15th 2019  · CNET

Companies are hoping to cash in on millions of dollars in new border security spending as the president plans to declare a national emergency.

  • UAV/Drone
  • Surveillance
  • Tethered
  • Amazon
  • Utilities/Infrastructure
  • Home Security/Office Security
  • Aerospace
  • Nino
  • Measuring/Testing
  • Law Enforcement

News  ·  Article  ·  Friday, February 15th 2019  · TechCrunch

Earlier today, Dubai’s International airport shut down flights for roughly half an hour, owing to the sighting a drone flying nearby. Departures were halted from 10:13 a.m. and 10:45 a.m over  “suspected drone activity,” those arriving flights were still able to land.  The airport’s social te…

  • UAV/Drone

News  ·  Article  ·  Thursday, February 14th 2019  · The Robot Report

In this virtual roundtable, A3 speaks with executives at four market leaders about the evolving capabilities and use cases for autonomous mobile robots.

News  ·  Article  ·  Thursday, February 14th 2019  · Robotics Tomorrow

According to Ultra Tech Automation, Manufacturers Are Paying a Price—Cost, Status, Lack of Innovation—Because They Don’t Know How to Effectively Deploy Their “Cobots”

News  ·  Article  ·  Thursday, February 14th 2019  · IEEE Spectrum

An extra pair of wings makes robot insects much easier to control

News  ·  Article  ·  Thursday, February 14th 2019  · The Robot Report

Motion Industries Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Genuine Parts Company, has agreed to acquire Axis New England and Axis New York.

News  ·  Article  ·  Thursday, February 14th 2019  · Robotics Tomorrow

Solid basis for camera-guided six-arm robot for the automated loading of CNC machines

  • Mobile

News  ·  Article  ·  Thursday, February 14th 2019  · Robotics Tomorrow

SMi Group reports: The 5th annual Future Armoured Vehicles Central and Eastern Europe conference returns to Prague with a more expansive and focused agenda.

News  ·  Article  ·  Wednesday, February 13th 2019  · Robotics Tomorrow

Board-level cameras with liquid lenses and

News  ·  Article  ·  Wednesday, February 13th 2019  · Reuters

U.S. self-driving truck startup TuSimple said it has raised $95 million in a fun...

News  ·  Article  ·  Wednesday, February 13th 2019  · Wall Street Journal

New California state records show driverless car companies are making progress but are still relying on human safety operators to take control of the wheel at times.

News  ·  Article  ·  Wednesday, February 13th 2019  · TechCrunch

Another autonomous vehicle unicorn has joined the herd. TuSimple, a self-driving truck startup running daily routes for customers in Arizona, has raised $95 million in a Series D funding round led by Sina Corp. as the company prepares to scale up its commercial autonomous fleet to more than 50 truc…

  • Measuring/Testing
  • Autonomous Vehicle
  • Autonomous
  • Autonomous Driving
  • Research
  • Uber

News  ·  Article  ·  Wednesday, February 13th 2019  · IEEE Spectrum

Desert ants can navigate remarkably well with the aid of the sun, a skill that robots are trying to duplicate

  • Autonomous
  • Research

News  ·  Article  ·  Wednesday, February 13th 2019  · Robotics Tomorrow

The compact terminal SCTMi Ethernet from Schmalz is a compact unit with multiple vacuum generators for simultaneous and individual handling of different parts using only one vacuum system.

  • Mobile

News  ·  Article  ·  Wednesday, February 13th 2019  · The Robot Report

With $95 million in its latest funding round, TuSimple achieves unicorn status and plans to expand operations of its Level 4 self-driving trucks.

  • The Robot Report
  • Measuring/Testing
  • Automotive/Other Manufacturing
  • Research
  • Autonomous
  • Autonomous Driving

News  ·  Article  ·  Wednesday, February 13th 2019  · Robotics Business Review

A consumer watchdog group said that reports from self-driving car companies testing on public roads in California show that the technology isn't ready.

News  ·  Article  ·  Wednesday, February 13th 2019  · The Robot Report

Johnson & Johnson subsidiary Ethicon acquired Auris Health for $3.4 billion. Auris is surgical robotics pioneer Dr. Fred Moll’s new robotic surgical play.

News  ·  Article  ·  Wednesday, February 13th 2019  · MarketWatch

MarketWatch.com: Johnson & Johnson will acquire surgical robotics company Auris Health

  • Robotic Surgery

News  ·  Article  ·  Wednesday, February 13th 2019  · Science Daily

There is a time when a successful cooperation between humans and robots has decisive importance: it is in the precise moment that one "actor" is required to hand an object to another "actor" and, therefore, to coordinate their actions accordingly. But how can we make this interaction more natural fo...

  • Research
  • Collaborative
  • Rehabilitation

 
News  ·  Article  ·  Wednesday, February 13th 2019  · Robotics Tomorrow

83% of Brits Want Robots to Do the Dirty Work – automatica Survey