Tag "Robotics"

The US Army Advances its Robotic System, Assisting Soldiers’ in Mobility

The United States Army Research Laboratory (ARL) is upgrading its Legged Locomotion and Movement Adaptation (LLAMA) robot, with an effort to boost speed and mobility through system weight reduction. In mid-September, the US-ARL divulged the autonomous quadruped system, highlighting its

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Eureka Robotics Erects 6-Axis Robotic Arm for Delicate Optical Lenses and Mirrors

Eureka Robotics, a spin-off company from Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore, introduced a new robot that can hold delicate optical lenses and mirrors with care and precision, just like a human hand. The robot, named Archimedes, is a six-axis robotic

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Food Delivery Robots Are Becoming the Next Big Thing in the Global Food Industry

The growing adoption of Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and Automation makes the delivery service easier and convenient. In the recent years, the world sees a wave in robotics and drone delivery as companies, from e-commerce to tech sector, all are entering

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Annual Sales of Robots Reach Record Value of $16.5 Billion in 2018

The global sales of robots accounted for $16.5 billion in 2018, where 422,000 robots were shipped globally – an increase of 6% compared to 2017 shipments, according to the International Federation of Robotics (IFR), a professional non-profit. That figure is

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DIY Robotics: The New Era of Automation

You’ve most likely been hearing much more about robots and robotics technology in the course of the last couple years. That is on the grounds that for the first time since the 1961 introduction of GM’s Unimate, viewed as the

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Robots as Learning Facilitators in Classrooms

Robots are progressively being utilized to teach students in the classroom for various subjects crosswise over science, maths and language. Despite the fact that grown-ups may rapidly end up disillusioned with machines that aren’t exceptionally insightful or don’t talk more

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Humans Vs Robots: What Companies and Startups Should Consider?

We are experiencing a world such that the boundary between ‘genuine’ and ‘not exactly genuine’ truths is winding up progressively blurred. Today, people living in the eighteenth century couldn’t have even longed for some things that we can now be

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Alibaba’s Futuristic Hotel ‘FlyZoo’ is a Window to Robotic Hospitality in the Human World

The Chinese multinational company Alibaba specializing in technology has come a long way from being a popular e-commerce venture to building futuristic “FlyZoo” hotel. Even we ordinary people wouldn’t have imagined that – a meter-long robot delivering food and dropping

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Nvidia’s Shift from Chipmaker to Robotics, a New Pursuit for Improved Action in Market

The technology corporation Nvidia has officially established a Robotics Research Lab in Seattle having 13,000 ft. area. Robotics lab will be comprised of 20 Roboticists and 30 academic experts. Cobots that will work alongside humans, is one of the major

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US Army’s Lookout for Good Robots Raises Global Competition

The US Army is seeking a few good robots not to fight rather help the men and women who do. These robots aren’t taking up weapons, but the companies are making them fight a different kind of battle. There is

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