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We are a turnkey robotics solutions integrator using AI to automate tasks too complex and versatile for traditional automation. Our robots can handle tasks too complex for traditional hard-coded automation, and reduce both your costs and person-hour needs.

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A new chapter for Intrinsic

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πŸ”– Topics: Acquisition

🏒 Organizations: Intrinsic, Vicarious

I’m thrilled to share that Intrinsic and Vicarious are now one team with an ambitious mission to unlock the creative and economic potential of industrial robotics for millions more businesses and developers.

Over the last few years, Vicarious has carved a unique path in the robotics as a service (RaaS) space, serving market-leading customers with turnkey solutions for high-demand tasks like kitting and palletizing, among others. They also built a passionate and multidisciplinary team in the process, including folks from their recently acquired subsidiary, Akasha Imaging β€” a computational imaging company offering perception capabilities and a proprietary vision system enabling robots to β€˜see’ with the help of AI.

Read more at Intrinsic AI Blog

Start-ups Powering New Era of Industrial Robotics

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✍️ Author: James Falkoff

πŸ”– Topics: robotics, automated guided vehicle, machine learning

🏭 Vertical: Machinery

🏒 Organizations: Ready Robotics, ArtiMinds, Realtime Robotics, RIOS, Vicarious

Much of the bottleneck to achieving automation in manufacturing relates to limitations in the current programming model of industrial robotics. Programming is done in languages proprietary to each robotic hardware OEM – languages β€œstraight from the 80s” as one industry executive put it.

There are a limited number of specialists who are proficient in these languages. Given the rarity of the expertise involved, as well as the time it takes to program a robot, robotics application development typically costs three times as much as the hardware for a given installation.

Read more at Robotics Business Review