BETA Startup Showcase: Rover Robotics

by Valerie Lockhart

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BETA Startup: Rover Robotics LogoThe TECHdotMN team would like to introduce you to each of the startups featured in the upcoming BETA showcase. Over the next couple of weeks, we will highlight each company, so you can get a better idea of the talent, hardwork, and dedication held within each of these startups.

The next company in our BETA Startup Showcase series is: Rover Robotics

Rover Robotics sells affordable, industrial-grade robots that are ROS enabled. Perfect for research application or for industrial use.
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Mortenson Unveils Partnership With Built Robotics Startup

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Via Twin Cities Business

“Do robots have a future in the construction industry? Golden Valley-based Mortenson, one of the 20 largest builders in the U.S., is embracing the robotic future through a new strategic partnership with San Francisco-based Built Robotics.

Mortenson has already used Built Robotics’ equipment on three projects and has plans for more in the pipeline. Mortenson announced the partnership at the Engineering News-Record’s FutureTech conference, a construction technology forum held this week in San Francisco.”

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Drone-For-Selfies Hits $100k+ On IndieGoGo

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Via News Release

“MINNEAPOLIS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–AirSelfie announces the launch of the preorder campaign for the AIR PIX, the next generation of the original AirSelfie, engineered with more features for a revolutionary new user experience that will change selfie taking forever. AIR PIX is the brand new personal selfie photographer that can autonomously capture every moment in life just while it’s happening. It fits in your pocket and is always ready to shoot anytime, anywhere from a cool new perspective, impossible with a handheld camera.”

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UMN Researchers Pair Soft Robotics With Textiles

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Via Advanced Textile Source

“At last week’s Smart Fabrics Virtual Summit, sponsored by IFAI, Brad Holschuh, Ph.D., assistant professor of wearable technology and apparel design in the College of Design at the University of Minnesota (UMN), gave a presentation titled, “Soft-Robotic Textiles Using Integrated Active Materials.” In his talk, he noted the many materials and their capabilities that can be useful in soft robotic applications, particularly in shape memory functions.”

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Pohlad’s PaR Systems Has A New CEO

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Via News Release

“MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 30, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — The Pohlad Companies, a privately held portfolio of businesses and investments spanning a variety of industries, today announced that effective February 4, 2019, Tom Pohlad, president and COO of Carousel Motor Group (CMG), will become CEO of PaR Systems LLC, a leading provider of automation, robotics and specialized material handling solutions.”

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Plymouth-Based PRI Robotics Bought Up By Eckhart

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Via News Release

“Eckhart, Inc. announced today that it has acquired PRI Robotics & Automation, a specialty robotic systems integrator located in Plymouth, Minnesota. Eckhart is an Industry 4.0 leader that designs, builds, and integrates turn-key systems for the largest industrial companies in the world.

Eckhart’s suite of solutions includes AUTOCRAFT™ autonomous guided vehicles, collaborative robotics, 3D printing, automated conveyance & assembly systems, mechanical & electrical design services, simulation, and specialized ergonomic assembly line tools and equipment.”

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Minnesota’s Banner Engineering Is A Well Kept Secret In The Sensor Industry

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Via Star Tribune

“The sensor looks like a hockey puck — but it saves McDonald’s and other companies a whole lot of money. This Banner Engineering sensor hides beneath the drive-through lanes and feeds McDonald’s the number of cars that go through the line and how fast it takes for each driver to receive their food.”

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