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Advances in chips, sensors, and AI algorithms are enabling robots to continuously learn how to plan routes, avoid obstructions, and operate safely in large dynamic warehouse environments.

Robots that can learn to safely navigate warehouses

Yasuhide “Yasu” Yokoi is the cofounder of design and technology firm Final Aim Inc., which works with laboratories, startups, and multinational companies to transform ideas into tangible solutions.

Yasuhide Yokoi and Final Aim Inc.: Rapid iterations of an autonomous delivery robot

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Wevolver Digest Pilot: Topic Space

Researchers from the Institute of Robotics and Mechatronics of the German Aerospace Center (DLR) and a consortium of additional DLR institutes and technology partners are investigating how aid supplies can be safely brought to their destinations using remote-controlled trucks.

DLR robotic vehicles will support deliveries in difficult areas for the World Food Programme

Navigation system enables robots to adapt to specific real-world environments and use cases with only small amounts of human preference data.

Fast Adaptation of Reinforcement-Learned Robot Navigation Skills to Human Preferences

Mission Control is a leading Canadian space exploration and robotics company with a focus on mission operations, onboard autonomy, and artificial intelligence.

Warthog UGV Expedites Mission To Mars

In this interview of the Robots in Depth series our host Per Sjöborg talks to Melonee Wise, CEO of Fetch Robotics, and lifelong robot builder and developer.

How a lifelong robot builder went to running a 94 million dollar VC backed robotics company with Melonee Wise

Robots Will Work Together to Map, Detect Objects in Mine Disaster Scenario.

Carnegie Mellon and Oregon State Robotics Team prepares for subterranean challenge

A brief introduction to localization and mapping, and how these two functions are performed simultaneously during SLAM (Simultaneous Localization and Mapping).

How autonomous robots know where they are

Sheet pile driving robot autonomously builds erosion barriers from interlocking metal sheets in natural terrain, and robot swarms could be developed to protect threatened areas

Laying the ground for robotic strategies in environmental protection

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