General Purpose Robots Should Not Be Weaponized

10/6/2022 | Open Letter

Today we join five other leading robotics companies in pledging that we will not weaponize our advanced-mobility general-purpose robots or the software we develop that enables advanced robotics and we will not support others to do so.

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NFI to Deploy Boston Dynamics’ Stretch Robot in $10 Million Deal

8/30/2022 | Press Release

NFI, a leading supply chain solutions provider, today announced it has signed a $10 million agreement to deploy Boston Dynamics’ newest robot, Stretch, across its U.S. warehousing operations. The mobile robot will begin unloading trucks and containers as a pilot program at NFI’s Savannah, GA facility in 2023, with plans to outfit additional warehouse locations across North America over the next few years.

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8/17/2022 | Blog Post

Boston Dynamics has added new features in Spot Release 3.2 for built-in data processing and review, improved data collection pipeline, and a better operator experience.

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3/28/2022 | Press Release

Boston Dynamics has announced Stretch™, its newest robot designed specifically for warehouses and distribution centers, is now available for commercial purchase. Part of a new generation of mobile robots, Stretch is one of the most advanced robots in the world today. The production robot will be unveiled this week at MODEX in Atlanta.

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DHL Supply Chain to Invest $15 Million to Further Automate Warehousing in North America via Boston Dynamics Collaboration

1/26/2022 | Press Release

DHL Supply Chain, the global and North American contract logistics leader within Deutsche Post DHL Group, today announced a $15 million investment in robotics solutions from Boston Dynamics, the global leader in mobile robotics, to further automate warehousing in North America.

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Spot 3.0: Flexible Autonomy & Repeatable Data Capture

9/15/2021 | Blog Post

We're pleased to announce Spot Release 3.0. This release adds flexible autonomy and repeatable data capture, making Spot the dynamic solution for real-world sensing.

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6/21/2021 | Press Release

Hyundai Motor Group (the Group), Boston Dynamics, Inc. and SoftBank Group Corp. (SoftBank), today announced the completion of the Group’s acquisition of a controlling interest in Boston Dynamics from SoftBank.

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Boston Dynamics Unveils New Robot for Warehouse Automation

3/29/2021 | Press Release

Boston Dynamics, the global leader in mobile robotics, has revealed Stretch, its new box-moving robot designed to support the growing demand for flexible automation solutions in the logistics industry. This debut marks the company’s official entrance into warehouse automation, a fast-growing market fueled by increased demand in e-commerce.

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3/22/2021 | Press Release

Boston Dynamics today announced two new hires: Marc Theermann joins the company as Chief Strategy Officer and John Distelzweig joins as Vice President of Operations.

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Boston Dynamics Expands Spot® Product Line

2/2/2021 | Press Release

Boston Dynamics, the global leader in mobile robotics, today announced an expanded product line for its agile mobile robot Spot. The new products include a self-charging Enterprise Spot, web-based remote operations software, Scout, and the Spot Arm. These additions extend Spot’s ability to perform autonomous, remote inspections and data collection, and enable the robot to perform manual tasks.

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Hyundai Motor Group to Acquire Controlling Interest in Boston Dynamics from SoftBank Group

12/11/2020 | Press Release

Opening a New Chapter in the Robotics and Mobility Industry: Hyundai Motor Group and SoftBank Group Corp. (SoftBank) today agreed on main terms of the transaction pursuant to which Hyundai Motor Group will acquire a controlling interest in Boston Dynamics in a deal that values the mobile robot firm at $1.1 billion.

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Spot Release 2.1

11/11/2020 | Blog Post

Introducing Spot Release 2.1! Now it's easy for you to attach your own sensors to the robot, collect and save mission-critical data, and integrate that data into your existing systems—enabling autonomous data collection quickly and reliably, right out of the box.

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Boston Dynamics Expands Global Sales of Spot® Robot

9/9/2020 | Press Release

Boston Dynamics, the global leader in mobile robotics, expanded commercial sales of Spot, the agile robot that climbs stairs and traverses rough terrain with ease, to the European Union, United Kingdom and Canada. This follows the launch of commercial sales of Spot in the U.S., and builds upon a successful Early Adopter Program that saw a number of companies in both Europe and North America integrate the robot into their operations.

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Boston Dynamics Launches Commercial Sales of Spot® Robot

6/16/2020 | Press Release

Boston Dynamics, the global leader in mobile robotics, today debuted sales for Spot, the agile robot that climbs stairs and traverses rough terrain with ease. This launch marks the first time that businesses can purchase a Boston Dynamics robot, and represents Boston Dynamics’ first online sales offering.

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Spot 2.0: Autonomy & Mobility

5/6/2020 | Blog Post

We're excited to announce Spot Release 2.0, which adds enhanced mobility, new APIs for developers, and additional payload support, among other improvements. Using these enhancements, users and application developers will have access to a broader variety of autonomous behaviors on Spot.

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Boston Dynamics COVID-19 Response

4/23/2020 | Blog Post

Healthcare providers need our help. In response, we've put together a preliminary robotic solution and sent Spot out to its first hospital to reduce the number of healthcare providers on the front lines. This first deployment of our mobile telemedicine platform enables providers to triage patients from afar, reducing risk to critical medical staff. To make it easier for healthcare workers to gain access to this technology, we’re open-sourcing all we’ve done and providing other mobile robotics companies the documentation and CAD files to implement this solution.

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Boston Dynamics Actuate Postponed

3/19/2020 | Update

Given the universal uncertainty around the progress of COVID-19 we are postponing the Boston Dynamics Actuate developer conference, originally scheduled for May. Boston Dynamics takes the health of our customers, partners, and staff seriously and the team is looking at dates for later this year as we monitor the conditions that will facilitate an engaging and productive event for our ecosystem of developers and creators.

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Boston Dynamics Partners with OTTO Motors to Coordinate Mobile Robots in the Warehouse

3/3/2020 | Press Release

Boston Dynamics and OTTO Motors today unveiled a demo of the future of warehouse automation. In a video released today, Boston Dynamics’s logistics robot, Handle, can be seen picking boxes and building pallets on top of OTTO autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) in a distribution center testbed.

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Boston Dynamics Grows Spot Developer Toolkit

1/23/2020 | Blog Post

We’re excited to announce two new efforts that will make our quadruped robotic platform, Spot, a flexible tool for developers. Read on to learn more about the open-sourcing of our Spot Software Development Kit and our first-ever user conference Actuate.

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Unlocking Jobsite Data with Spot

11/19/2019 | Blog Post

Boston Dynamics announces construction partnerships with HoloBuilder, FARO, and Trimble at Autodesk University. Read on to learn more about seamless project tracking with HoloBuilder, automating laser scans with FARO, and closing the loop with Trimble.

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Spot 1.1: Autowalk and Payloads

11/05/2019 | Blog Post

We're excited to announce Spot Release 1.1, which adds easy-to-use autonomy, payload support, and other improvements to the Spot platform. Read on for details of what's included.

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Boston Dynamics Acquires Deep Learning Based Vision Company

04/02/2019 | Press Release

Boston Dynamics today announced the acquisition of Kinema Systems, a Menlo Park-based company that enables industrial robotic arms with deep learning technology to locate and move boxes on complex pallets. Using a combination of vision sensors and deep learning software, Kinema Systems’ Pick technology works with leading commercial robotic arms to move boxes off pallets to conveyors or build stacks of boxes on pallets. Pick enables logistics, retail, and manufacturing companies to achieve high rates of box moving with minimal set up or training for both multi-SKU and single-SKU pallets.

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