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Waypoint has been acquired by Locus Robotics. Learn more about the merger and introduction of a new heavyweight in warehouse and industrial robotics.
Locus Robotics, the leader in autonomous mobile robots (AMR) for fulfillment warehouses, today announced that it has acquired Waypoint Robotics, an industry leader in industrial strength, autonomous, omnidirectional mobile robots.
FABTECH 2021 is almost here and we are excited to show manufacturers of all sizes that getting up and running with flexible automation options like autonomous mobile robots is easier than they think! We are on a mission to help companies meet demand …
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The MassRobotics Interoperability Working Group consisting of leading robotics experts and end users from across the industry recently released version 1.0 of the MassRobotics Interoperability Standard.
Waypoint Robotics has teamed with Productive Robotics to make mobile manipulation accessible for small to mid sized companies by combining the easiest to use, most capable omnidirectional autonomous mobile robot with the simplest and most flexible 7 …
Waypoint Robotics is part of a recently announced ARM Institute project with FedEx, Siemens, Yaskawa, & University of Memphis to enable interoperability among a mixed fleet of autonomous mobile robots.
Jason Walker selected as a New Hampshire Business Review 2020 Business Excellence Awards Winner…
The acclaimed The Robot Report podcast featured Jason Walker talking all things AMRs, his affinity for ROS, and how his experience as a race car engineer prepared him for robotics.
Waypoint Robotics and AHS LLC, announce a new systems integrator partnership.
Waypoint Robotics has been named a 2020 finalist for the prestigious New England Innovation Awards for our fleet of industrial-strength, omnidirectional autonomous mobile robots.
Waypoint Robotics CEO Jason Walker joined a panels of experts brought together by A3 & RIA to discuss the latest in AMR technology and explore potential use-cases for autonomous mobile robots.
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