Chinese café chain features robotic arms instead of baristas
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A new Chinese drone can mimic the flight of birds to perform undetectable surveillance from the sky.
Inspired by cuttlefish, this new autonomous underwater robot propels itself with undulating fins, making it ideal for a variety of tasks.
A net gun armed multicopter can hover indefinitely to ensure safe removal of unlicensed drones from the air.
A new build-it-yourself cardboard robot is AI enabled and educates adults and children in robotics.
Postgraduate designers and engineers have developed bio-logging tags to help animals be aware of any potential threats from humans.
Sensory technology allows users to direct robots through hand gestures and brain waves.
A team of researchers have created a robot that uses a new flying technology and hopes its approach will enable the robot to pick up and drop items in future.
A wearable device offers people with Parkinson’s disease walking aid using a visual cue device and tactile insoles.
We have picked some of the most innovative solutions that use automated technologies to improve business operations, increase safety and deliver a more enhanced service across a variety of business sectors.
Unmanned surface vehicles for autonomous cargo shipping are being tested in the South China Sea.
Amid the efforts to solidify its offline distribution base, a warehouse-style supermarket chain trials an autonomous shopping cart that can avoid obstacles.
Startup hopes to automate the entire delivery process with robots designed to travel on sidewalks.
Powered by a laser beam, engineers have designed a wireless flying robotic insect.
A robot companion is being developed to help elderly people stay active and social.
US-based researchers are using low cost 3D printers to print electronics and cells directly onto a moving human hand.
A new soft robotic steering wheel aims to improve the wellbeing of Gig economy drivers.
A new robot could help detect, deflect and counteract hacker attempts who target factories and industrial sites.
Connected via sensors for continual safety checks, the 3D steel bridge is printed by robots developed by a design studio based in Amsterdam.
A German company has developed a robot that can speed up scaffolding assembly
To help clean Chicago’s river, a charity created a remote-controlled trash-collecting robot that players online can access and direct.
Controlled with an electric pulse, new vacuum grippers commonly used in manufacturing are quieter and work with a wider range of movements.