This week, we discuss Luminar's market leadership in lidar technology and why Teladoc will remain a frontrunner in telehealth. We also spoke to iRobot EVP and Chief Product Officer, Keith Hartsfield, about the company’s success and how the company is paving the way for smart homes of the future.
24 Mar, 2021
12 Mar, 2021
This week, we discuss the recent acquisition of data integration leader Talend and why we believe 2021 will prove to be the year of 5G. We also spoke to Vocera Communications CEO, Brent Lang, about how the company's SmartBadge serves and protects healthcare workers in response to the pandemic.
10 Mar, 2021
16 Feb, 2021
This week, we discuss Brooks Automation's mind-blowing returns, how Natera is using AI to analyze its genetic testing data, and why Varonis Systems is seeing such strong growth. We also have a webinar covering M&A activity across disruptive technology on Wednesday, Feb. 24 at 10am CT which you can register for here.
21 Dec, 2020
By William Studebaker, President & CIO, ROBO Global, LLC
2 Dec, 2020
By: Lisa Chai, Sr. Research Analyst
17 May, 2018
When I say that I work in robotics, automation, and artificial intelligence (RAAI), the first things most people think of are humanoid robots (think Star Wars), AI (think Alexa), or self-driving cars (think Tesla). But the spectrum of RAAI transcends the obvious. ROBO Global index member Renishaw, the oldest and perhaps boldest player in the world of 3D printing, is just one example. Established in 1973, the company is transforming the application of additive manufacturing—more commonly called 3D Printing—in healthcare, precision measurement, and more. The only UK business that designs and makes industrial machines that ‘print' parts from metal powder, Renishaw supplies products and services used in applications as diverse as jet engine and wind turbine manufacturing, dentistry, and brain surgery.