A $250Bn Revolution: Mobile Robots and Autonomous Vehicles in Delivery
Automation in the delivery/logistic and warehousing/fulfilment chain is a growing market. A particularly exciting subset of this is the use of mobile robots, drones, and autonomous vehicles for automation of movement-based tasks.
Charmcare is a medical device company based in Seoul, South Korea. It was founded in 2004 and has been developing wearable accessories for vital sign monitoring since 2014.
Omron offer lidar modules. In 2017, Omron reported the development of a short-range 3D lidar, which can be embedded around a vehicle.
IDTechEx interviewed Matthieu Valk, Corporate Communications Group Manager at Omron. The company demonstrated a number of devices at ESC Congress 2019. Below are some of the devices that were on display.
IDTechEx Analyst Dr Nadia Tsao reports on her findings from CES 2019.
Using personal data to predict blood pressure
Engineers used wearable off-the-shelf technology and machine learning to predict, for the first time, an individual's blood pressure and provide personalized recommendations to lower it based on this data.
Automatica 2018 Update
IDTechEx recently visited Automatica 2018 in Munich. This is the largest biannual automation event in Europe. At this show IDTechEx focused on three trends: collaborative robotic arms, mobile robots, and various associated sensors. In this article, we provide a review of various company highlights.
Omron Healthcare is a division of Omron, a Japanese electronics company. Omron Healthcare are a leading provider of medical equipment for both professional and consumer use.
Mobile warehouse and logistic robots: start-up scene is hot
In this article, we provide an overview explaining the major technology changes and market trends that underpin this growing interest. We will also consider how the future will look like, discussing the rapid rise and fall of multiple technologies.
Omron Adpet Mobile Robotics
Omron acquired Adept Technologies for $200m in Sept 2015. Prior to this, Adept was a public company specialized in robotics. The Adept mobile robot has infrastructure-free navigation.