Brain Corp, an AI company creating transformative core technology in the robotics industry, announced that its manufacturing partners are involved in multiple pilots and initial deployments of BrainOS-powered autonomous delivery tugs. The commercial rollouts mark the debut of a new robotic application that uses automation to help retailers move inventory from the stockroom out to store shelves.
Analyst Insight: The hype around autonomous mobile robots has reached a fever pitch. While widespread adoption of AMRs is still five to 10 years away, the potential benefits they bring in terms of flexible and scalable automation make it imperative for companies to begin exploring their potential applications and limitations now. Being an early adopter always
Universal Robots (UR) has launched its new cobot leasing program in collaboration with DLL, a global vendor finance company. The new partnership enables all manufacturers, regardless of size or capital equipment budgets, to reap the benefits of automation without worrying about cash flow and seasonal fluctuations. “We’re leveling the playing field by enabling all manufacturers
In the years following the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, many Western policymakers assumed that globalization was irreversible and would lead to rising incomes for all. In 2005, then-U.K. Prime Minister Tony Blair encapsulated part of this complacent view: “I hear people say we have to stop and debate globalization. You might as
While the debate rages over whether the loss of industrial jobs is caused by offshoring, immigration or automation, the revolutionizing power of robots in the supply chain is becoming undeniable. We need to make friends with them. The Wall Street Journal recently reported that grocers are testing micro-fulfillment systems that can spit out as many