LG Bringing Self-Driving Shopping Cart Robots To South Korea

LG has made some innovative robots under its CLOi brand, we have seen robots that can guide people at the airport and even exoskeletons. The company has now inked an agreement with a retail giant in South Korea to bring self-driving shopping cart robots to its stores. E-Mart is the largest supermarket chain in South Korea.


MIT Develops Drones That Can Help Search & Rescue Missions

The concept of using drones to help locate people who are lost isn’t exactly new. This is because drones can be deployed easily and can high above ground, and their built-in cameras also means that they can be used to help spot people who are missing and who might be in trouble.


Pizza Hut & Toyota Unveil Concept Hydrogen Truck With A Robot Kitchen

Food delivery services have always been pretty popular, and this is made even more so these days thanks to technology where there are apps that let us order food. However the more food deliveries we request, the more transportation is involved, in which turn is probably not too good for the environment.


Some DJI Matrice 200 Drones Are Falling Out Of The Sky

Just like how there are some people who fear that their plane will suddenly stop and fall from the sky, there are some who are worried about drones as well. Given that some of these drones are heavy, clearly having them fall on you or a random stranger from a great height is a danger that’s hard to ignore.


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Delair To Acquire Drone Startup Airware’s Assets

When it comes to drones, you might think of brands such as DJI who has rightfully cemented their place in market as being one of the leading consumer-grade drone makers. However if you’re a business looking for drones that can be used for commercial purposes, such as for inspections, site surveying, and more, Delair might be a company that comes to mind.


DJI Mavic 2 Enterprise Drone Unveiled

When it comes to drones, there are so many different types of drones to choose from. These drones range from being palm-sized used for fun, to larger models used for photography and videography, then even larger models that are used for industrial purposes, which DJI has recently unveiled in the form of the DJI Mavic 2 Enterprise.


New $150 Million Factory Will Have Robots Building Other Robots

Swiss engineering group ABB is one of the largest industrial robot makers in the country. It has announced plans for a new factory in China which will cost $150 million. It will be a modern plant equipped with sophisticated robots which will be used to manufacture other robots.


Uber Could Be Eyeing 2021 Launch Of Drone Food Delivery Service

With UberEATS, Uber has gone from a mere ride hailing service to a service that also delivers food to customers, taking advantage of its infrastructure and also its drivers. However it seems that the company could be thinking of expanding on those services by potentially using drones to deliver food.


This 4D Gravity Drone Comes With Impressive Stabilization

#CEATEC2018 – Using drone to shoot videos is becoming increasingly common these days where due to the ease of access to consumer drones, even amateurs and hobbyists can shoot video footage using drones. However piloting a drone can be tricky, let alone achieve stable footage, and this is something Aeronekt seems to have solved with their 4D Gravity technology.


Robots Become Even More Productive With A.I, At CEATEC 2018

Most people think of industrial robots as systems that work at peak efficiency from day one, and eventually gets replaced for a new model, but at CEATEC 2018, many companies where showing how currently deployed system can benefit from the Deep Learning AI to perform even more.


Meltin MMI Avatar Robot Creator Gets Additional Funding

During CEATEC 2018, the company behind this amazing Avatar robot, Meltin MMI, has announced that an additional $18M in a Series-B funding round.


Stepping On LEGOs: Soon A Thing Of The Past With This Robot That Tidies Up Rooms

We all know how fast a room can go from tidy to messy, especially if children toys are involved. What if there was a robot smart enough to sort things up, so you never step on a LEGO or come back to a messy room again?


Lawson Shows Off A Robot That Can Make Dumplings

#CEATEC2018 – Restaurants that use robots to prepare food aren’t new, and it seems that over in Japan, convenience store chain Lawson plans to use them as well. Unveiled at CEATEC 2018, the company showed off a robot that had the ability to prepare dumplings according to the customer’s preferences.


Japanese Retailer Uniqlo Replaces 90% Of Warehouse Staff With Robots

Uniqlo is a Japanese fashion retailer that is popular in many other markets as well. The company has recently overhauled operations at one of its warehouses in Tokyo. The warehouse in the Ariake district was once mainly staffed by humans but after a recent remodeling, much of the work is now being done by robots.