iRobot says it will “never” sell the data its little robotic vacuum cleaners collect while mapping and navigating people’s rooms and homes.
In a statement provided to ZDNet, Colin Angle, CEO of iRobot, reassured customers by saying: “iRobot will never sell your data.”
The statement follows comments Angle gave to Reuters suggesting that the company might consider selling maps iRobot’s Roomba robotic vacuum cleaner generates of users’ homes. Continue reading iRobot denies it will sell map data about customers’ rooms and houses
Kuka has opened the first of its so-called “TechCenter” facilities in Augsberg, Germany.
The company says the centres are designed to provide consultation and support services for customers and partners worldwide.
In particular, the TechCenter is aimed at the development of joint solutions or the performance of feasibility studies with and for Kuka, its customers, integrators and system partners. Continue reading Kuka plans to open TechCenter knowledge facilities worldwide
Hitachi, and its subsidiary Hitachi Building Systems, have begun a trial of their “Emiew 3” humanoid robot at Haneda Airport, in Japan.
The robot, developed by Hitachi, looks a little bit like the Nao robot, in its red colouring and dimensions.
The tests will be conducted at Haneda Airport Passenger Terminal 2 (Domestic Flights) in collaboration with Japan Airport Terminal. Continue reading Hitachi puts robots on trial at Japan airport