Lack of both manpower and knowledge about cultivation are forcing horticulturalists to consider hands-free and robotic cultivation of crops. However, they'll have to work together more effectively.
The Italian Institute of Technology is a driver of technological innovation. Director Metta says in an interview with IO that he aims to create an Italian Fraunhofer.
Advanced robots that run qPCR machines, overseen by a cloud operating software. That's the future of testing, according to an initiative from former pandemic-ridden area of Bergamo.
The future of farmers: keeping an eye on all the processes behind a computer screen while robots do the work on the land. This is essential in order to meet the growing demand for sustainable food.
Researchers at the Dutch University of Twente are working on a system to control robots from a safe environment,but in such a way that you feel as if you are doing all the robot's actions yourself.
Drawing on the four editorial themes of sustainability, mobility, health and digital, the editors of Innovation Origins look back on 2020 with a summary of the most noteworthy news stories.
Service robots that have to work with people are more at risk than industrial robots. That is why they will soon be able to heal themselves.
Will we live in a large robot in the future? Professor of Smart Architectural Technologies Masi Mohammadi is developing a robot house. "A house should accommodate its occupants needs and wishes."
Going to a good game at the stadium or watching a match in front of the telly. The women and men from the Dutch national football teams have wee nieces and nephews: Soccer robots.
In order to be a part of society, robots need to understand people. This is one of the biggest challenges in robotics today.
A surgeon's eyes have been greatly improved thanks to technology in recent years, for example with the advent of new image processing techniques and digital microscopes. But what about their hands?"
Will houses roll off the assembly line like this in the future? According to Rob Wolfs of Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), construction can still learn a lot from the automotive industry
Avular helps companies make robots out of their machines. The company developed the Prime for this purpose.
In the near future, there will be vegetable varieties that picking robots can harvest more easily. Colinda de Beer predicts it will be a case of 'Crops for robots' instead of 'Robots for crops.'
The 0.003 millimeter long 'microswimmer' can swim half an hour in the dark when exposed to light for 30 seconds
Order today, delivered tomorrow. We're becoming accustomed to how packages are delivered so quickly to our homes. A logistical challenge that is becoming increasingly complex owing to growing demaand.
On Saturday the World Cleanup Day has a very special participant. A robot is helping to clean up the beach in The Hague in the Netherlands this year.
Researchers at TU Eindhoven have designed a tiny plastic robot made of reactive polymers that is propelled by light and magnetism.
Bosch to help Fieldwork Robotics perfect and manufacture raspberry picking machines
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