Open menu

Robotics News

The latest news about robots, robotics
artificial intelligence...

RSS Subscribe to our Robotics News feed

Robot can pick strawberries

A robot that picks ripe strawberries as the farmer sleeps was unveiled recently, with its developer saying it could cut workloads by two-thirds.

Posted: Oct 1st, 2013

Read more

Putting a face on a robot

A new study from the Georgia Institute of Technology finds that older and younger people have varying preferences about what they would want a personal robot to look like. And they change their minds based on what the robot is supposed to do.

Posted: Oct 1st, 2013

Read more

Jellyfish exterminator robot developed

A team led by KAIST Civil and Environmental Engineering Department's Professor Hyeon Myeong has just finished testing the cooperative assembly robot for jellyfish population control, named JEROS, in the field.

Posted: Sep 30th, 2013

Read more

Robotic fabrication in timber construction

Researchers at the University of Stuttgart develop a lightweight timber construction system combining robotic prefabrication with computational design and simulation processes, as well as three-dimensional surveying technologies used in engineering geodesy.

Posted: Sep 26th, 2013

Read more

Researchers develop robots for disaster zones

The Ohio State University is part of a 10-school collaboration, led by Drexel University, working to advance robotics technology for disaster relief as part of the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency Robotics Challenge.

Posted: Sep 24th, 2013

Read more

Robotics will change market landscape

Robotics can offer the Australian agricultural industry the chance to regain its competitive edge in the global marketplace, according to Professor Salah Sukkarieh from the University of Sydney.

Posted: Sep 24th, 2013

Read more

Robotic arm controlled by the power of the mind

A robotic arm developed by a team of European researchers goes some way towards giving severely paralysed people some independence. The arm can be controlled intuitively, meaning the person just has to think about using their arm for it to move.

Posted: Sep 23rd, 2013

Read more

Robot inspects pipes in petrochemical platforms

With the purpose of verifying onshore and offshore platforms such as Pemex's and detect cracks or corrosion, the Mexican Corporation of Material Research (COMIMSA) designed RoboPipe, a robot capable of inspecting the pipes in the chemical and petrochemical industry without risking personnel.

Posted: Sep 18th, 2013

Read more