Adaptive Autonomy Enables Latest Mobile Robots

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What can mobile robots do for your organization? Manufacturing, supply chain, and many other operations can benefit from materials handling automation, but they must consider their needs and the available technologies. Adaptive autonomy promises to reduce the overhead required for deploying mobile robots.

In this webcast, Robotics Business Review speaks with the co-founders of Canvas Technology — Jonathan McQueen, CEO, and Nima Keivan, chief technology officer. They share their insights about the state of the technology, the growing market for autonomous mobile robots, and how end users can benefit.

The global market for mobile robots will grow to $75 billion by 2027 and then double by 2038, predicts IDTechEx. Similarly, Mordor Intelligence forecasts a compound annual growth rate of 24.52% between 2018 and 2023, and Transparency Market Research expects it to grow from $8.58 billion in 2016 to $30.96 billion by 2025. The estimates vary, but the demand for next-generation autonomous vehicles in warehouses, e-commerce order fulfillment, and more is no doubt growing.

As adaptive autonomy improves and sensors become cheaper, mobile robots could scale in multiple environments.

Adaptive autonomy provides flexibility

Viewers will learn about the improving capabilities of mobile robots, why different environments are challenging, and the importance of safety. They’ll also find out about the following:

  • Visual perception and adaptive autonomy
  • Specifications of Canvas Technology’s latest mobile carts
  • Infrastructure and customization
  • How to get and use actionable data
  • Customization and useful data
  • Where are mobile robots taking us?
  • Looking ahead to an autonomous future

In addition, the webcast will discuss 3D vision, human-machine interaction, Canvas Technology’s plans after raising $15 million in Series A financing, and a “mobile robot wish list.”

This webcast will be watchable on Tuesday, April 10, 2018, at 2:00 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time.

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