Clearpath Robotics, a Canadian maker of field and service robots, has a new self-driving car named OTTO. But it’s not for the road. The moving platform is designed for heavy-load transport in industrial environments like factories and warehouses. Read...
Amazon’s proprietary Kiva robots are state-of-the art inventory fetchers, saving humans from walking up to 11 miles per shift, some experts estimate. They’ve helped Amazon build some of the most efficient warehouses on the planet. Now Clearpath Robotics of Kitchener,...
Discovering the workplace innovators: Canada’s Top 100 SME’s are recognized for workplace innovation (Kitchener, ON, Canada – March 29, 2016) Clearpath has been named one of Canada’s Top Small & Medium Employers by Mediacorp Canada Inc. The 2016 winners were... read more
OTTO 100 provides light-load material transport for today’s modern factories and warehouses (Kitchener, ON, Canada – March 23, 2016) Today, Clearpath Robotics expanded the OTTO line of self-driving vehicles with OTTO 100. The vehicle is designed for autonomous... read more
Marc Tarpenning joins Clearpath’s Board of Advisors to support self-driving vehicle development (Kitchener, ON, Canada – March 8, 2016) Clearpath Robotics is proud to announce Marc Tarpenning, co-founder of Tesla Motors, as a member of its advisory board effective... read more
(Kitchener, ON, Canada – February 23, 2016) Clearpath, developer of OTTO – the self-driving vehicle designed exclusively for material transport, has been chosen to supply self-driving vehicles for assembly line conveyance to John Deere’s operation in Horicon,... read more
Clearpath’s Director of Industrial Solutions, Simon Drexler, wins supply chain industry award (Kitchener, ON, Canada – February 18, 2016) Clearpath’s Director of Industrial Solutions, Simon Drexler, has been announced as a Supply & Demand Chain Executive... read more