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The Waypoint team is gearing up for the upcoming 2019 PROMAT Show and we are excited to tease a BIG onsite announcement.
As companies struggle to attract and retain needed talent, they are turning to automation to make up for the shortfall.
January 25, 2019 (MERRIMACK, NH) – A recent video profile by Robotics Business Review featured Waypoint Robotics and CEO Jason Walker at their Merrimack, New Hampshire facility.
The event of the year is almost here! RoboBusiness 2018, the pioneering event of the global robotics industry, is set for Sept. 25-27, 2018, at the Santa Clara Convention Center.
What if we told you that in less time than it takes for a typical coffee break, you could have a fully autonomous, easy-to-use, industrial-strength mobile robot out of the box and working for you? It’s not only possible, it’s here.
LiveWorx, the world’s leading technology conference and industrial marketplace, is only a few days away, and the team at Waypoint is gearing up for a jam-packed few days of innovation and disruptive technology.
Mass Innovation Night 110 was one for the ages — and Waypoint was on hand for it all, presenting before a packed crowd inside Draper Laboratory along with several other impressive robotics, wearables, and artificial intelligence startups.
American manufacturing is evolving. What once was an industry dominated by a workforce made up of hardworking men and women has slowly begun to change — for the better. Robots have arrived on the assembly line.
Stanley Robotics presents Dispatcher-SDK — a portable work station designed to ensure your autonomous mobile robot is up and running in no time.
The year ahead is sure to bring a variety of new transformative technology into the fields of robotics.
Imagine a world in which our senior citizen population is taken care of not by humans, but by fully functional autonomous mobile robots.
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