Tumultuous IP history for Fetch Robotics' warehouse robotics system

Recently, San-Jose based start-up Fetch Robotics announced it will demonstrate its new Fetch and Freight robots at the end of this month in Seattle at ICRA 2015. The Fetch robotics system consists of two robots: a mobile base that transports a bin called Freight, and a mobile robotic arm that can...

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