Media Coverage

CES 2020: Robotic super suit brings strength to airport apron

Source: ZDNet / January 8, 2020 Sarcos Robotics has teamed up with Delta Air Lines to take the strain out of heavy lifting. In 2018, I wrote that Sarcos, a robotics company headquartered in Utah, was developing a robotic exoskeleton that would fundamentally change how heavy lifting is done on job sites. With an announcement today that Sarcos has partnered […]

Delta Air Lines sees a future in robotics

Source: CNET / January 7, 2020 At CES, Delta’s CEO talks about exoskeletons for freight loaders and other workers. Also on tap: airport displays tailored to individual passengers. At CES this year, Delta Air Lines is playing a role beyond simply flying attendees to Las Vegas. CEO Ed Bastian arrived from Atlanta to give the opening keynote presentation Tuesday, where […]

RBR50 Executive Q&A: Ben Wolff, Sarcos Robotics

Source: Robotics Business Review / Keith Shaw – July 10, 2019 How exoskeletons and robots are augmenting human capabilities in the industrial workforce. As companies and organizations look to automate their tasks through robotics and other systems, they’re quickly finding that many more tasks still require human intelligence and flexibility. In those cases, human augmentation through the use […]

Exoskeleton Prototypes Sent to U.S. Navy, Special Command

Source: Thomas / David Mantey – April 2, 2019 Sarcos Robotics is responsible for some incredible technology. Last July, we introduced you to the company’s Guardian S, the 4-foot-long inspection robot that uses magnetic tracks to inch along everything from metal walls to oil pipelines. The Salt Lake City-based company is also responsible for the Guardian GT robot, which allows […]