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Robotics Business Review, part of WTWH Media, is passionate about providing the world’s business and technology leaders with the latest news, balanced opinion and expert analysis of the global robotics industry. RBR reports on science, engineering, breakthrough technology, business and emerging trends— as they take shape, 24×7!.

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Robotics Business Review
WTWH Media
1111 Superior Avenue, 26th Floor
Cleveland, Ohio, 44114
United States
(888) 543-2447
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Robotics Business Review News & Resources

Amazon Acquires Autonomous Warehouse Robotics Company Canvas Technology
Adding another important piece to Amazon Robotics’ growing portfolio of fulfillment center machines, the Canvas fully autonomous cart will help Amazon increase delivery efficiency through robotic warehouse automation.

ProMat Preview: Managing Inventory Through Aerial Robots
PINC’s CEO Matt Yearling provides a preview of his ProMat 2019 session on the inventory management issues many companies are facing, and how autonomous aerial drones can help.

Google Invests $2M in Savioke to Build a ‘Services Industry’ Robot
The Google investment behind Savioke is that it’s a signal of how the robotics world, and those developing for it, are trying for more targeted products as the space continues to mature.

Can Google’s Robots Build a New Future for US Manufacturing?
Google has spent the last several months acquiring various robotics companies, while Foxconn began deploying robots en masse at its factories in 2012. Last year, the Taiwan-based company announced plans to invest $40 million in a robot manufacturing facility in Pennsylvania, with Gou saying that Foxconn wants to be part of the manufacturing "renaissance" in the US.

Google Seriously Gearing Up To Revolutionize Supply Chain Logistics
Google is looking at shoring up the same kinds of deficiencies that UPS and FedEx may be exploring, like the transport method for shuttling goods from central depots to local sort and delivery facilities.

Amazon Testing Drones Because Otherwise Drones Could Kill Amazon (Delivery)
Jeff Bezos says we're four or five years from drones being able to deliver small packages right to your house, largely because the company has to work with the FAA to make sure it's legally allowed to run the Prime Air program.

Help! The Robots are Coming to a Distribution Center near You (and soon!)
Follow a robot as it works its day job—transforming the world of e-commerce by hustling packages around the giant warehouses that propel the modern economy. New robot minions: Welcome to the team.

Seegrid Robotic Industrial Trucks Make Top 50 Robotics Business Review
Robotics Business Review is the number one resource reporting and analyzing up-to-the-minute business developments, technology developments and financial transactions across the fast-changing landscape of global robotics. This insider's edge to must-have business and industry news with Robotics Business Review recently announced that Seegrid Robotic Industrial Trucks made the Top 50 list.

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