When you are going to launch a software product but do not have in-house resources for it, you can hire dedicated development team. Read more about it. [Read more…] about Reasons to hire a dedicated development team
A 3D rendering service can take your designs and turn them into 3D renders. This may not seem impressive when can probably render your own 3D models on your computer.
However, if your model has many intricate parts, if it is highly detailed, or even if it is a model with many layers and features, it can take quite a while for your computer to create the model.
This is especially true if there is lots of detail on the model and lots of calculations that need to be done. Added to which, your company may require several thousand renders take place per day. If this is the case, then hiring an outside company to do your 3D rendering is downright essential. [Read more…] about How 3D Rendering Services are Transforming and Progressing Industries
Festo has been showcasing it flying robotic dragonfly and swift at the recent RoboBoston event – the MassRobotics sponsored 5th annual Robot Block Party.
The design of the Festo BionicOpter was inspired by the flight of the dragonfly. Like its natural role model, the ultra-light aircraft can move in all directions, hover on the spot, and sail without flapping its wings.
The BionicOpter for the first time makes it possible for a single model to carry out more flight maneuvers than helicopters and motorized and non-motorized gliders combined. [Read more…] about Festo showcases robot dragonfly and swift
Kodiak Robotics, a startup self-driving trucking company, is partnering with Werner Enterprises, a large US transportation and logistics provider, to establish an autonomous trucking lane and to showcase how efficiently autonomous trucks can be used with a transfer hub model at truckports.
The relationship commenced in August with a week-long pilot program in which a Kodiak truck, accompanied by a human safety driver at all times, completed four tours involving eight unique trips between Dallas and Lake City, Florida.
Werner Enterprises also joined Kodiak’s Partner Deployment Program, which helps carriers establish autonomous freight operations and seamlessly integrate the Kodiak Driver, Kodiak’s self-driving system, into their fleet. [Read more…] about Werner Enterprises and Kodiak Robotics partner to run 24/7 long-haul autonomous freight operations
Galen Robotics, which describes itself as a “digital-surgery-as-a-service pioneer”, has completed the first close for an oversubscribed Series A round with $15 million in funding, including investment from Ambix Healthcare Partners, from Menlo Park, California.
Galen Robotics has submitted a new collaborative soft tissue surgical robot, intended to address unmet needs in the market, to FDA for consideration.
Galen plans to level the surgical playing field by erasing large capital expenditures associated with today’s surgical robots. Galen Robotics will be the first surgical robotics company to launch as “as-a-service” using the per-usage disposable model. [Read more…] about Galen Robotics closes oversubscribed $15 Million Series A funding round
Formic, a provider of robotic technologies on a pay-as-you-go basis, has released its SL20 Palletizer – the inaugural product in a new catalog of certified, off-the-shelf, robotics-as-a-service solutions available at a “low cost per hour”.
Built by Sourcelink Solutions, Formic says its new offering further underlines its “commitment to removing the barriers to automation” so that small to mid-sized businesses can onboard the technology and thrive amid today’s challenges.
Buying a robot is largely untenable for the majority of manufacturers due to the risk, complexity, upfront capital, and expertise required. [Read more…] about Formic launches industry’s ‘first turnkey palletizer’
Formic, a supplier of automation technology on a pay-as-you-go basis, has supplied 58-year-old family-run factory Compact Industries with its first robotic system.
Located in St Charles, Illinois, Compact faced challenges of a shrinking labor pool, high worker turnover, and supply and wage inflation; struggled to meet the increasing demands of the Fortune 500 companies it serves.
Formic’s robots-as-a-service model activated a cobot within hours of delivery, cut costs on hiring and re-training temporary workers, and enhanced safety. [Read more…] about Formic supplies 58-year-old family-run factory Compact Industries with its first robotic system
Start-up company EEVE says it has “thousands” of home robots already working in customers’ homes, mowing their lawns.
And the company’s upcoming model X has two arms and can do multiple tasks, such as weeding, cleaning the patio, mowing, collecting fruit and nuts, collecting litter, serving drinks and even pouring a beer.
EEVE has released a video of its latest prototype doing all of those things. This model is known as Willow X and is sold at a price point of $4,000. [Read more…] about Start-up EEVE claims ‘thousands’ of customers already using its robots
In the development of websites and other IT products, it is important to immediately choose the form of pricing and the type of interaction with contractors that meets the needs of the project.
For example, Agile, due to its flexibility, is suitable for startups, and a dedicated IT team, which takes into account the salary of employees and administrative costs in the price, is suitable for large companies.
In this article, we will consider the most popular pricing models. You will understand their advantages and disadvantages, as well as determine which model will be suitable for your field of activity. [Read more…] about Factors to consider when choosing the pricing model in the IT business
BMW is a reputable brand of luxury cars that is known around the world for manufacturing plug-in hybrid vehicles, SUVs, coupes, convertibles, and much more.
However, if you’re wondering what’s new with BMW in 2022 then you’re in luck. Because that’s precisely what we’re going to discuss in this article. [Read more…] about BMW Innovation and Development: What’s New With BMW?