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Video Friday is your weekly selection of awesome robotics videos, collected by your Automaton bloggers. We’ll also be posting a weekly calendar of upcoming robotics events for the next few months.
Starting with its acquisition of Kiva Systems for $775 million back in 2012, Amazon has been steadily investing in a robotic future.
An Icelandic startup called Ahais using a Chinese-made drone and an Israeli logistics system to deliver hot food, groceries, and electronics to households in Iceland’s capital city of Reykjavik.
The study, which featured a University of Queensland researcher, used a slow motion camera to capture the nuanced movement of eight species of Australian agamid lizards that run on two legs—an action known as 'bipedal' movement.
Moving like a large dog, knees bent and hips swaying, the robot walked across a parking lot and into a rain puddle.
As Americans cram into ever-tighter urban living arrangements, a question has emerged: Isn’t there some better way to furnish a tiny apartment?
Earlier this month I was in Denmark speaking at the R-18 robotics fair. Denmark is quite remarkable as, despite its size, it had two exits of robotics startups over US $100 million: Universal Robots and MiR.
SWEEPER is designed to operate in a single stem row cropping system, with non-clustered fruits and little leaf occlusion. Preliminary test results showed that by using a commercially available crop modified to mimic the required conditions.
Aibo 2.0 is a major step up from the original robotic puppy dog first launched by Sony back in 1999. The Daily Mail reported that Aibo can grow and change, updating its data in the cloud.
Video Friday is your weekly selection of awesome robotics videos, collected by your Automaton bloggers.
China’s e-tail giant Alibaba on Thursday unveiled a robot that will serve guests in the country’s hotels soon.
Despite the ubiquity of drones nowadays, it seems to be generally accepted that learning how to control them properly is just too much work. Consumer drones are increasingly being stuffed full of obstacle-avoidance systems,