LeddarTech Partners With Seoul Robotics to Deliver Robust Solid-State LiDAR-Based Perception Solutions
LeddarTech and Seoul Robotics are collaborating to develop real-time advanced perception solutions designed for shuttles, robotaxis, ADVs, buses, and heavy commercial vehicles.
Innovations centered on the megatrend of artificial intelligence (AI): the finalists for the 2021 KUKA Innovation Award have been selected.
The world of robotics is exciting, with new applications emerging. One critical factor in robotic applications is accuracy, which can be misinterpreted in the field. To dive into the topic, host Tyler Kern welcomed KUKA...
In a departure of sorts for Orange Intelligenz, the spotlight on robotics shifted from manufacturing processes to the world of entertainment. From the motion picture industry to themed attractions, KUKA Robotics now stars in a...
The place: Webster, New York, home of Calvary Robotics and Christopher Grieve, Manager Simulations/VR, Lead Technical Artist, Sales & Marketing, at Calvary.
Because they deal primarily with physical products, anyone in manufacturing knows that the industry as a whole has taken a hit from the effects of the pandemic.
Customer experience, inventory control, and interactions are all challenges for retailers. The pandemic only exasperated them; however, technology is closing the gap
In developing robotics to work in a quick-serve restaurant environment, Jordan and his team worked with CaliBurgers, getting advice from actual users.
We're starting to see a transformation of and leveraging of retail footprints to be able to provide the localness for eCommerce fulfillment.
Automotive industry giant Hyundai Motors made waves recently, acquiring noted robotics lab Boston Dynamics for more than $1 billion. That’s a hefty investment – but what does it really represent?
Many companies continue to innovate at breakneck speed as result of the conditions imposed by the coronavirus pandemic.
The shipping and packaging industry has seen an enormous boost amid the pandemic. But packaging was developing, changing and innovating before COVID arrived.
New advancements in autonomous systems are poising the construction industry for a robot revolution. One of the oldest and most vital industries in the world, the construction industry is fraught with safety risks that endanger...
To get a clearer picture of technology innovations and solutions in robotics in the grocery delivery and fulfillment space, Cooler News tapped Joe McMenamin, Director of eCommerce at KPS Global, for some perspective.
On today’s Retail Refined podcast, host Melissa Gonzalez sits down with Baylin to discuss how technology innovations in retail can enhance the customer experience
That’s not unique in the automation community, but the Regional Head of Advanced Robotic Applications at KUKA Robotics has explored plenty of different avenues of robotics in her career. Right now, though, she’s focused in...
Following the economic downturn in the first half of the year due to the coronavirus pandemic, KUKA has shown initial signs of recovery in the third quarter of 2020.
There’s a common misconception in the manufacturing industry that automation and robots are set to sweep in and take jobs from hard-working humans. That simply isn’t the case.
Johnny Tyler, Marketing and Design Specialist at Arc Specialties, has seen many companies adopt an unambitious marketing strategy – or, worse, not even draw out a strategy at all - rather than invest resources in...
There’s no industry that wasn’t altered by the coronavirus, and that includes automation and robotics in manufacturing. Joe Jemma, host of Calvary Robotics Branded TV, tackles the scope of these changes.
Phil Duffy joined host Daniel Litwin to tackle how robotics are building new bridges between employees and technology.
Starting next year, the automotive supplier will be using more than 185 KUKA robots at its Hwaseong and Gwangju plants to manufacture car parts for customers such as Hyundai and Kia.
There have been some progressive manufacturers in general industry that have successfully adapted robotics to their high-mix/low-volume applications for welding, part handling, and machine tending.
Robotics and automation were already on the uptick heading into 2020, but COVID-19 has spurred even more people to look into innovation.
As the world reopens, the accelerated pace of automation will likely not only pick back up in the United States – it could begin to move even faster.
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