Seegrid, a robotics company focused on the automation of materials handling, uses cameras instead of lasers to make its vehicles capable of intelligent navigation.
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MIT's CSAIL team created a swarm of eight quadcopter drones that can fly and drive through a city-like setting.
Intel's Shooting Star drones can be controlled by a single computer and operator -- a feat that could have larger implications to the rest of Intel's burgeoning drone portfolio.
Worn around the shoulders, the device utilizes cameras, speakers and vibration motors to enable the device to communicate information to the user.
The world's largest retailer has had a well-documented struggle with empty shelves in its stores.
A study by Adobe Digital Insights posits that the average worker is upbeat about welcoming robots into the workplace.
A new partnership will utilize The Weather Company's cloud-based forecasting platform, along with AirMap's app for iOS and its APIs for developers.
The DRL says its hand-built RacerX drone reached top speeds of 179.6 miles per hour.
Physically and functionally similar to CIMON 1, CIMON 2 was built with a layer of emotional intelligence thanks to the IBM Tone Analyzer.
Only six Scout robots are currently being tested in a single neighborhood in Snohomish County, Washington.