Viam opens beta of latest robotics platform; Amazon/FedEx finish testing of supply robots


Welcome to Episode 96 of The Robotic Report Podcast, which brings conversations with robotics innovators straight to you. Be a part of us every week for discussions with main roboticists, progressive robotics firms and different key members of the robotics group.

This week, cohosts Steve Crowe and Mike Oitzman focus on the information this week in regards to the ending of discipline testing of supply robots in a partnership between Amazon and Fedex.

Additionally they focus on the latest announcement by a gaggle of main legged robotics firms to dissuade customers from weaponizing their robotics platforms. What are your ideas about this proposal? Tell us within the feedback, or depart us a voicemail.

Lastly, this week, Mike talks to Eliot Horowitz, founder and CEO of Viam Inc. Viam launched the open beta of its new robotics platform. Viam offers an open-source robotic structure that turns advanced performance into easy APIs, with an built-in cloud service to orchestrate manufacturing deployments.

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