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Universal Robotics’ Neocortex 3.0 Learns Like People Do
Software that requires no additional programming is an ideal solution for materials handling
By RBR Staff


Today, Universal Robotics announced that Neocortex 3.0, the Software with an IQ(TM), is now integrated with automated inspection and vision guidance applications for the logistics industry. Neocortex software mimics the way creatures learn through the process of acting, sensing and reacting. From these interactions, Neocortex discovers successful methods for action in dynamic environments.

The software works on any hardware, providing solutions for a host of applications. Currently, Neocortex enables a new level of automation in logistics. By enabling a robot, or any actuated machine, to react and adapt to its surroundings, it can perform tasks that are…

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