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IAM Robotics lands patent for order-picking bot
Swift robot can navigate the warehouse and pick e-commerce orders, firm says.
"Cartman" takes top honors in Amazon Robotics Challenge
Competition challenges teams to develop a robot that can pick up, pack, and stow items in a warehouse.
22 million SKUs? No problem
Tracking and handling millions of new and used industrial parts might sound like the ultimate inventory challenge. But Radwell International's automated storage system makes easy work of it
6 River Systems raises $15 million for e-commerce fulfillment robots
Rolling "Chuck" bots collaborate with humans to provide inexpensive warehouse automation for midsized retailers and 3PLs, firm says.
Robots will collaborate with warehouse workers, not replace them, vendors say
Designers look to simplify robot operations by adding video-game-based interfaces.
Knapp expands North American headquarters
Georgia facility will host 150 new hires and demonstrate vision systems, robotics, virtual reality, driverless shuttles, and software.
Self-driving garbage truck could offer glimpse into parcel delivery's future
If a robotic truck can be used for pickups, could it also be adapted for deliveries?
North American robotics orders jump 32 percent in first quarter
Growth is driven as Amazon and GM invest in automation, industry group says.
Marble lands $4 million investment for food delivery robot
Autonomous vehicle shares sidewalks with San Francisco pedestrians.
Fetch Robotics adds larger warehouse models
Autonomous material handling bots can carry maximum loads of 1,100 or 3,300 pounds.

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