Robohub.org

Melonee Wise


Robots in Depth: Melonee Wise on building robots, and robot companies

Robots in Depth is a new video series featuring interviews with researchers, entrepreneurs, VC investors, and policy makers in robotics, hosted by Per Sjöborg. In this interview, Per talks to Melo...
06 October 2015, by and

SoftBank invests in Fetch Robotics

Fetch Robotics, which just demo’d their Fetch and Freight robot system at ICRA in May, announced receiving $20 million from SoftBank, O’Reilly AlphaTech and Shasta Ventures....
17 June 2015, by

Fetch Robotics gets $3 million

Ex-Willow Garage and Unbounded Robotics veterans get $3 million to bring mobile manipulator and mobile platform to market....
10 February 2015, by

2015 sees mobile manipulators coming to market

[tweetquote]Fetch Robotics has just announced $3 million funding from Shasta Ventures and O’Reilly AlphaTech Ventures[/tweetquote], which will be used to bring their new mobile manipulator robots to...
09 February 2015, by

Unbounded robotics closes down

For confusing reasons, Unbounded Robotics has shut down. Their $35,000 UBR-1 single-armed mobile robot that was shown late last year with great fanfare is no longer offered for sale. "Why?" is the...
15 September 2014, by

Unbounded Robotics launch affordable, all-purpose UBR-1

Unbounded Robotics today launched UBR-1, a robot that has many of us very excited. UBR is the first robot with intelligence, manipulation and mobility for below $50k. While UBR definitely resembles a ...
21 October 2013, by



Robohub is supported by:




Would you like to learn how to tell impactful stories about your robot or AI system?


scicomm
training the next generation of science communicators in robotics & AI



Interview with TurtleBot inventors | IEEE Spectrum

We sat down with Melonee Wise and Tully Foote last week and talked to them about where the idea for TurtleBot came from, how it went from a fun side project to thousands of robots in production, and w...
27 March 2013, by







©2021 - ROBOTS Association


 












©2021 - ROBOTS Association