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Customers embrace social robots in targeted commercial sectors, ECU reports

In the ongoing discourse surrounding artificial intelligence, recent findings from Edith Cowan University (ECU) have suggested that implementing social robots in commercial environments may encounter reduced resistance.

New Monash-led research to explore policy design for robots in Australian public spaces

Researchers from Monash University have received a $608,385 grant from the Australian Research Council to explore how policy design can manage the growing presence of robots in Australian public places. 

L3Harris Micreo to manufacture new explosive ordnance disposal robots

The Albanese Government has inked a $46 million contract with Queensland-based L3Harris Micreo to manufacture up to 80 new explosive ordnance disposal robots for Australia’s sailors, soldiers and aviators.  

FBR Limited to manufacture Hadrian X robots for US market

Australian robotics technology company FBR Limited has signed an agreement with U.K.-based shareholder M&G Investment Management to purchase 277 million fully paid ordinary shares in FBR for a total of AUD 9.14 million for the production and commercial deployment of three more next-generation Hadrian X robots intended for accelerated use in the USA.

Automated support removal & finishing for metal AM — robots vs CNC

The use of metal additive manufacturing (AM) has revolutionized the manufacturing industry, allowing for the creation of complex and intricate parts in a faster and more cost-effective manner.

Most robots won’t take on a human form as industrial robots set to make...

GlobalData’s report, ‘Robotics – Thematic Research’, reveals that industrial robotics will play a pivotal role in the robotics market over the next decade.

Robots can improve the flow of blood donations

Media Release by Swinburne Swinburne researchers have taken on a believed-impossible project – to automate the processing of blood donation packs – and proved that...

MIT researchers develop “robotic” breath-regulating textile

Researchers at MIT have developed a new kind of soft robotic fiber that can act as artificial muscles and react to body movements. The OmniFiber...

How Australian firms can embrace lean manufacturing for improved competitiveness

Media Release The COVID-19 pandemic has created innumerable challenges for Australian business. However, it may also have created opportunities for some sectors, including the Australian...

adidas unveils first shoe made almost entirely by robots at its Speedfactory facility

adidas has unveiled the adidas Futurecraft M.F.G. (Made for Germany) shoe – the first product created at its industry-changing SPEEDFACTORY facility in Ansbach, Germany. The...

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