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OSRF launches Open Source Robotics Alliance to strengthen open-source software projects

Robotics Business Review

The Open Source Robotics Alliance is looking to partner with community stakeholders in the development of open-source projects. Source: OSRF The Open Source Robotics Foundation, or OSRF, last week launched the Open Source Robotics Alliance, or OSRA.

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InOrbit joins the Open Source Robotics Alliance

Robotics Business Review

InOrbit has joined the Open Source Robotics Alliance to support community software development. Source: InOrbit InOrbit Inc. this month joined the Open Source Robotics Alliance, or OSRA. based company said it is a milestone in its commitment to fostering collaboration and innovation within the robotics community.

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NASA spinoff Seatrec offers a new power source for underwater robots

Robotics Business Review

Source: Seatrec Around 80% of the ocean floor remains uncharted today, and for good reason. Robots will likely be a key driver of this exploration, but they have their own limitations. based company said its technology can allow robots to work in the open ocean indefinitely and without any intervention. “I Seatrec Inc.

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Stretch 3 from Hello Robot designed for open-source mobile manipulation

Robotics Business Review

Hello Robot today launched the third edition of its Stretch mobile manipulator robot. Hello Robot said it has improved the manufacturability and the usability of the robot. With Stretch 3, we are taking a real step towards a future with home robots,” said Dr. Aaron Edsinger, co-founder and CEO of the company. “We

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The Role of Open-Source Software in Robotic Integration

Automation World

Fredrik Ryden discusses the evolving landscape of industrial robot integration and the key innovations benefiting automation engineers.

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Medtech vet Mark Toland on what’s next for surgical robotics

Robotics Business Review

Utilizing massive volumes of data is “the next wave of work” for surgical robotics developers, industry vet Mark Toland said in an interview with Medical Design & Outsourcing, a sister publication of The Robot Report. We’ve all done a good job of building the hands and connecting them to the eyes,” Toland said. billion in 2019.

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The Rise of Revolution Pi Open-Source Industrial PC

Gary Mintchell

This news contains information about another open-source industrial computer based on an inexpensive module—in this case Raspberry Pi. 11 the publication of its first Revolution Pi White Paper, presenting the seven-year history and technical details of this revolutionary open-source industrial PC (IPC) in an easily-digestible medium.

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