Build With Robots Expands Into New Space

Robot Ribbon Cutting

Albuquerque, NM, June 10, 2021 — Build With Robots, an Albuquerque-based, worker integrated robotics and automation firm, is changing the way companies get back to work. The company has grown automating the drudgery and risk of many jobs. During the COVID pandemic shutdown, the company shifted its focus on creating disinfecting robots, which are now…

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Robots help ABQ Sunport cleaning crews disinfect faster

The Albuquerque Sunport is really stepping up its cleaning protocols. “When COVID-19 started, I think a lot of things started coming to the forefront. How often are we sanitizing tables and handrails and those types of things?” said Stephanie Kitts, Albuquerque Sunport spokesperson. The Sunport now has an autonomous robot named Breezy One that disinfects.…

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Local company creates sanitizing robots

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (KRQE) – A local company has built a sanitizing robot that’s being used right here in Albuquerque. The robot is called “Breezy One” and it can cover a lot of ground, fast. “Breezy can go in quickly and efficiently, disinfect a hundred thousand square feet in an hour and a half… while the janitorial…

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March of the COVID-fighting robots

An army of disinfecting robots has been enlisted in the fight against the coronavirus, as companies seek fast, safe and effective ways of cleaning and sanitizing workplaces and other public spaces. One of the latest entrants is from Fetch Robotics, a cloud robotics and on-demand automation firm. The company partnered with Build with Robots (BWR), a developer of…

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Fetch Robotics partners with Build With Robots + Albuquerque airport to launch autonomous disinfecting robot

Designed to protect Albuquerque Sunport airport employees and passengers from both harmful pathogens and cleaning agents, Breezy One can quickly, safely and effectively decontaminate spaces over 100,000 square feet in 1.5 hours with a patented, environmentally safe disinfectant. Breezy One was co-developed with the City of Albuquerque’s Aviation Department, where it autonomously sanitizes the Sunport’s facilities every…

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Automating Non-Destructive Testing

Build With Robots partners with Albuquerque-based Vibrant Corporation to automate Vibrant’s Resonance Ultrasound Spectroscopy test systems using collaborative robots. This third generation robot solution uses CoBots to greatly reduce the automation complexity, system cost and integration effort. Notice that this new CoBot automation solution eliminates the safety caging and interlocking required for conventional robots. Vibrant’s non-destructive…

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NM Entrepreneurs Club Podcast

NM Entrepreneurs Club Podcast

Chris Ziomek, founder of Build With Robots, joins the NM Entrepreneurs Club for the inaugural episode of their podcast series. Learn more about the future of robotics, the founding story behind Build With Robots, and the company’s ambitious goals. The NM Entrepreneurs Club podcast series features innovative, dynamic personalities and industry leaders from our great…

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Robot Adopters vs. Non-Adopters

Robot Adopters vs. Non-Adopters

A comprehensive study based upon data from Spain shows a stark contrast between firms that adopt robot technology and those that do not. Spain has one of the highest robot density levels per worker in Europe. The data come from the Encuesta Sobre Estrategias Empresariales (ESEE), an annual survey of around 1,900 Spanish manufacturing firms…

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Opportunity in Automation

machine tending CoBot

Read about the opportunity in automation — for businesses and workers — described by New Mexico Manufacturing Extension Partnership (NM-MEP). Two years ago, NM-MEP teamed up with Build With Robots (BWR) to offer CoBot seminars and hands-on CoBot application demonstrations.Today, NM-MEP and BWR continue to work together to build New Mexico’s manufacturing sector, helping companies…

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Kane Robotics Selects Albuquerque for its New Headquarters

Kane Robotics launches in ABQ

Kane Robotics Inc. announced that it has selected Albuquerque, New Mexico, for the company’s new headquarters. Kane will hire and train workers in Albuquerque to develop robotic systems that finish aerospace structures using technology developed in partnership with Build With Robots (BWR). Kane Robotics is a spinoff of Kane Aerospace, which is located in Chino,…

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