The Robot Report May 2019 issue on mobile robotics

We hope you enjoy the latest edition of The Robot Report, a special print section dedicated to mobile robotics. This appeared in the May 2019 issue of Design World, our sister publication and flagship publication at WTWH Media. Here is a breakdown of the mobile robotics topics covered inside:

Robotics Summit 2019 to take a closer look at mobile robots
Mobile robot engineers and users can learn from technology and industry leaders at the Robotics Summit & Expo, which runs June 5-6 in Boston.

What Amazon’s acquisition of Canvas Technology means
Amazon’s acquisition demonstrates the importance of safe navigation for developers and users of supply chain automation.

Augmenting SLAM with deep learning
SLAM is being gradually developed towards Spatial AI, the common sense spatial reasoning that will enable robots and other devices to operate in general ways in their environments.

Mobile robot trends from Automate/ProMat
At Automate/ProMat 2019 in Chicago, robotics developers checked out the latest products for manufacturing and logistics. Here are some robotics trends we saw at the show.

Expert roundtable: mobile robotics challenges and opportunities
A3’s Jeff Burnstein chats with leading autonomous mobile robot providers about market growth, technical challenges, and opportunities.

Integrating AI with fleet management software advances AMR collaboration
Data from new sensors, in combination with AI and machine learning, is making autonomous mobile robots or AMRs more flexible and safer around humans.

How 5G will impact mobile robots
Leading robotics companies share their opinions about how 5G will impact autonomous mobile robots.

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