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FORT Robotics Secures $13 million in Funding

FORT Robotics Secures $13 million in Funding

Philadelphia-based FORT Robotics has announced that it has raised $13 million in funding. The funding was led by Prime Movers Lab. Prime Movers Lab invests in scientific startups with the aim of trans... Read more

Amazon launches new mechanics, robotics apprenticeship program

Amazon launches new mechanics, robotics apprenticeship program

To provide up-skilling programs for in-demand jobs, Amazon announced Jan. 27 it will run the Mechatronics and Robotics Apprenticeship (MRA) Program, a free program that is registered with the U.S. Dep... Read more

Root Robotics is now part of iRobot

Root Robotics is now part of iRobot

Classrooms are increasingly adopting new technologies. Here is iRobot, a company popular for developing robots for home use. The company is now acquiring Roots Robotics- a robotic firm dedicated to ch... Read more

Veo Robotics gets ready to welcome robot workers

Veo Robotics gets ready to welcome robot workers

Veo Robotics Inc., a sensor developing startup has closed a funding round since they are on the verge of rolling out a product in the month of May. Patrick Sobalvarro, Co-founder and Chief Executive ... Read more

Samsung showcases its robotics skills at CES

Samsung showcases its robotics skills at CES

Samsung announces a robotics division at CES, which included three new variations of its AI-based robot called Bots and a wearable exoskeleton. The AI robots are named Samsung Bot Care, Air, and Retai... Read more

Ozark and Nixa robotics teams win FIRST LEGO League

Ozark and Nixa robotics teams win FIRST LEGO League

Finally, the hard work of Ozark Middle School and Nixa Junior High School paid off after winning the Regional competition: FIRST LEGO League. Twelve teams participated in the competition which wa... Read more

AWS RoboMaker help accelerate the time-consuming robotics development

AWS RoboMaker help accelerate the time-consuming robotics development

Amazon Web Services launched a new cloud-based service, called AWS RoboMaker, to help developers build, test, and deploy robotics applications, as well as design intelligent robotics functions using c... Read more