U.K. Adults ‘Co-Existing in Harmony’ With Robotics and Autonomous Systems

U.K. Adults ‘Co-Existing in Harmony’ With Robotics and Autonomous Systems

One survey recently believed that a fifth of British adults was already in co-existence in accordance with robotics and independent systems. A survey found that a fifth of older adults believe that... Read more »
Junior High Robotics Program Starts

Junior High Robotics Program Starts

Southmont Jr. Robotics will bring the high class. The school has launched the MakerSpace program. Students are taught to learn robotics computer coding. Members of the South Montgomery School board have heard a... Read more »
Rethinking Robotics Shakes Up Automation Industry

Rethinking Robotics Shakes Up Automation Industry

Baxter ol’ buddy rethinks of pioneering collaborative robots. This helps to create a new automation division. Here’s why it is failed. Boston-based rhythm robotics announced Wednesday, one of the pioneering companies led... Read more »
Hackers expose the frailty of robots

Hackers expose the frailty of robots

In 2017, Lucas Apa and Cesar Cerrudo, security researchers at the consulting firm IOActive, showed that the version 2.5.5 of Pepper could be pirated via its software because of the vulnerabilities discovered... Read more »
Meet the Winner of Robotic's World Cup

Meet the Winner of Robotic’s World Cup

Designers of the top adult-size robot in RoboCup’s humanoid soccer league share their work. The recent soccer World Cup was won by a fine French team that triumphed over Croatia in a... Read more »
25,000 Robots Welcomes the Fastest-Growing Industrial Automation

25,000 Robots Welcomes the Fastest-Growing Industrial Automation

Good times started with automation. Milestones may ahead of some human challenges. Collaborative robots (called robots) are now the fastest growing segment of industrial automation. They are expected to make up 34%... Read more »
Policy Hacks: What's Stopping Industrial Robots

Policy Hacks: What’s Stopping Industrial Robots

History moves in cycles. Patterns and Repetitions are the norms in the development of the human race. The world is today standing or rather a wee bit into the age of robotics.... Read more »
An Indian Robotics Startup wants to beat Amazon

An Indian Robotics Startup wants to beat Amazon

At the end of the decade, two Indian engineering students founded Grey Orange. They developed their college obsession with robotics into a full-blown venture. Seven years later, the homegrown startup is all... Read more »
Robotics, automation will thrive under new trade tariffs

Robotics, automation will thrive under new trade tariffs

Indeed, it is quite obvious that robotics and automation will thrive under new trade tariffs. High tariffs will indeed force U.S. manufacturers to produce goods at a lower cost that would be... Read more »
Can Robotics Solve Its Diversity Problem?

Can Robotics Solve Its Diversity Problem?

The area of robotics has been very much diverse and in fact too much diversity in robotics and not many engineers to design and build them. Software is very individual oriented and... Read more »