By employing a combination of mobile robots and cloud-based software, Gecko Robotics automates difficult and demanding industrial inspection tasks.
SISU’s “cinema robots” allow filmmakers, videographers, and photographers to quickly and easily produce high quality videos and photos that require precise camera control, along with smooth and steady camera movement. Robotics engineers and complex programming are not necessary.
Voyant’s tiny, high performance, chip-based FMCW LiDAR provides a cost-effective 3D sensing solution for many use cases, including applications in vertical market segments characterized by high production volumes and equally high levels of cost-sensitivity.
The Cray X powered exo integrates with industrial IoT environments and Smart Factory ecosystems. Real-time data captured during operations can be used to measure and improve worker health and safety, and increase the efficiency of industrial and logistics processes.
ROEQ’s solutions deliver a quick ROI, increasing both the productivity and efficiency of autonomous mobile robots, along with improving overall AMR utilization.
While deep learning methods have proven useful for autonomous navigation, the approach requires vast amounts of data and computing power, and produces solutions that are inefficient, fragile and unaffordable for many classes of applications. Opteran’s “Natural Intelligence” approach, based on the function of insect brains, provides an alternative for generating complex, autonomous behaviors for machines.
Inspection and service work in underground tunnels is the poster child for work that is “dirty, dull and dangerous”. It is also time consuming and costly. MAB Robotics is meeting the challenge with a compact, ruggedized, quadrupedal robot.
GUSS Automation’s autonomous, precision orchard spraying solution provides growers with a rapid ROI, along with other benefits such as simplified operations, increased efficiency, enhanced safety and reduced labor costs.
InOrbit’s cloud-based, robot-agnostic software solution for deploying, managing and optimizing autonomous mobile robots is delivered as a service.
The company’s AI powered autonomy technologies allow drone and robot developers to bring their solutions to the market quickly and affordably.
Galen Robotics seeks to democratize robotics surgery with a single-platform solution and a unique Digital Surgery as a Service (DSaaS) business model.
Photoneo implements Parallel Structured Light technology in a 3D camera – MotionCam-3D – which allows the capture of objects moving up to 140 km/h, delivering a point cloud resolution of 0.9 Mpx (and 2Mpx in the static mode).
Ottonomy’s robots make outdoor last-mile deliveries, but the systems also convey items indoors, including within airport terminals.
Accerion’s Triton sensing technology for mobile robots and automated guided vehicles delivers sub-millimeter localization accuracy within operating environments, but the system does not require navigation infrastructure such as QR markers, tape, magnets laser reflectors or extra Lidar features.
From advanced telepresence capabilities to UV disinfection, Ava Robotics’ autonomous mobile robots empower and protect people, providing business value in the process.
Oculii’s Intelligent software platform dramatically boosts the performance and reliability of commodity radar sensors without the need to increase their size or power requirements.
Swiss based start-up provides a unique 360°, SLAM based localization and navigation solution for builders of autonomous robots and other devices.
Programming industrial robots can be difficult, time consuming and costly. RoboDK addresses these challenges by providing an affordable, simplified simulation and programming platform that supports more than 500 robot arms, from 50 different robot manufacturers, for a wide range of applications.
Tessella Automation’s PISMO platform and supporting technologies speed and ease the configuration and reconfiguration of collaborative robot production systems. The result? Reduced costs along with increased automation flexibility and business agility.
Eureka Robotics’ robotics solutions automate tasks that require both high accuracy and high agility, a major challenge for high precision manufacturers.
HeroWear’s back-assist Apex exosuit, which reduces back strain when objects are lifted, can be adjusted to fit workers of all sizes — both men and women. Imagine that.
Waypoint’s easy to use and intuitive autonomous mobile robots can be set up and operating in under 15 minutes.
FarmDroid’s robotic agricultural sowing and weeding solution allows earth to be cultivated in an ecological and CO2 neutral way, and unlike heavy equipment, the lightweight FarmDroid robot limits structural damage to the soil.
Meili Robots’ universal fleet management solution supports multiple brands of mobile robots, and integrates with all ERP systems.
Software and services provider PickNik Robotics leverages commercial and open source software, including Robot Operating, to provide its customers with advanced motion control and manipulation solutions.