ARM Institute Contributes $3.26 Million to Robotic Technology Projects

Sept. 12, 2023
The technology projects came from the ARM Institute's 23-01 Technology Project Call, released earlier this year.

The Advanced Robotics for Manufacturing (ARM) Institute intends to award approximately $3.26 million to help fund eight short-cycle technology projects.

The projects came from the institute’s 23-01 Technology Project Call, which asked for proposals addressing automated robotic task planning, discovery workshops and market studies, artificial intelligence (AI) in robotics for manufacturing and more.

The ARM Institute has so far helped fund and manage over 150 robotics and AI technology-related development projects as of this year.

Read more about the institute’s funding initiatives and the projects it endorses in this article from partner publication Control Design.

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