The companies providing real working robots into the workforce and consumer environment is growing rapidly. There are 1,000's of robotics companies. We picked the handful here because we see them as indicators of a very bright future:
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If you are doing market research on firms in this category we recommend speed reading this entire page and then diving into the firms of interest. Each firm will have a description and our thoughts, and most will also have a demo video that captures a succinct demo. Firms also have competitors listed. If it is a firm we frequently report on you will find a listing of the most recent CTOvision reports on each.
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One of the biggest problems in robotics deals with how a mobile device can know, with precision, where it is. This might sound easy to do but it is complicated by the fact that autonomous robots can … [Read More...] about Anki: A robotics company bringing artificial intelligence and robotics into the real world
Blueprism is doing something most enterprises need today. They help free human brains from being forced to act like robots so they can be applied to more critical enterprise missions and functions. … [Read More...] about Blueprism: Robotic Process Automation Software
Boston Dynamics is an engineering company that specializes in building dynamic robots and software for human simulation. You know doubt know of them from the many videos they produce. One of the more … [Read More...] about Boston Dynamics: On a mission to build the most advanced robots on earth
Dedrone is the leading provider in airspace security. They created the first automated software platform that detects drones and mitigates all known drone threats. They are attracting lots of … [Read More...] about Dedrone: Leading provider in airspace security
Improbable is developing an operating environment that makes building simulated worlds possible. Improbable is developing SpatialOS; a distributed operating system that makes building simulated worlds … [Read More...] about Improbable: Simulation platform technology
Skydio makes flying tools that free your hands and mind. Their drone/UAV, the Skydio R1, uses computer vision to map the world as it moves (leveraging 13 cameras to build a 3D map of its surroundings … [Read More...] about Skydio: The self-flying self-thinking camera has arrived