The robotic process automation market is projected to have strong growth over the next decade, jumping from more than $2 billion in 2022 to almost $70 billion by 2032.
Selective compliance articulated robot arm (SCARA) robots are capable of many types of movement.
MIT researchers created a system that lets robots effectively use grasped tools with the correct amount of force.
A mathematical model links up slithering with some kinds of swimming and walking, and it could make programming many-legged robots easier.
The International Federation of Robotics reported the industrial robotics market grew by 44% compared in 2021.
The Department of Technology at Illinois State University (ISU) is training students to program and operate industrial robots in preparation for careers in industry.
Manufacturing has gone through many changes in recent years and the rising labor gap and the need for continued productivity has companies turning toward robotics. Three robotic myths and five steps for successful implementation are highlighted.
West Virginia University engineers are deploying robots to help workers by saving them from potential slips, falls and workplace hazards.
The Association for Advancing Automation reports a record high for robot sales in the second quarter of 2022 thanks to a rebound in automotive sales.
The market for robots is growing rapidly. However, integrating them into the automation world can be very laborious and correspondingly slow. A new robot integration profile now provides a remedy.