Traditional industrial robots will maintain their presence, but opportunities exist for the cobot market to grow in automotive spaces.
MIT researchers have created a design and fabrication tool for soft pneumatic actuators for integrated sensing, which can power personalized health care, smart homes, and gaming.
Researchers have developed collectives of microrobots, which they can move in every formation they wish.
Industrial robots used to be a mature market, but COVID-19 has turbo-charged factory automation and is attracting considerable new investment.
MIT researchers have developed a technique that enables a robot to learn a pick-and-place task with only a handful of human demonstrations.
Researchers from Duke University are applying lessons learned from decades of perfecting eye-imaging technologies to tomorrow’s autonomous systems sensor technologies.
Six winners were named for the 2022 Engelberger Robotics Awards and will be honored at Automate 2022 and Automatica in June.
Researchers have developed a technique that could enable a robot to manipulate squishy objects like pizza dough or soft materials like clothing.
The pandemic has encouraged more companies to try a cobot as a solution to virus-related disruption, on-going labor shortages and more.
In 2021, global autonomous mobile robot (AMR) revenues surpassed 100,000 units and overall sales are expected to increase to more than 600,000 by 2025.