Robotic Materials Inc. is providing general manipulation solutions ranging from assembly to logistics solutions. General manipulation is the ability of a robot to not only acquire an object ("grasping/picking"), but also manipulate and place it accurately.
Robotic Materials’ General Purpose Robot (GPR-1 datasheet) provides out-of-the-box functionality for a growing number of collaborative robot applications ranging from simple pick, transport and place tasks to accurate assembly, which are fully programmable via Universal Robot’s graphical programming environment (URCap).
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Automata is a deep-tech company that creates products that empower people to automate physical work. The company's product, Eva, is a lightweight and affordable robot arm built for professionals in a production line, in a lab, a home workshop or even in a classroom. People don't need to be technical experts to communicate with robots. The web-based software platform can be programmed by anyone, anywhere, any time, from any device, making it easy to reconfigure for a wide range of different tasks. Automata was founded on 2015 and is headquartered in London, England.
XYZ Robotics develops AI-enabled robotic perception and manipulation technology for logistics and manufacturing automation. The company develops autonomous robotic solutions for put wall sorting and goods-to-person picking. Its robot sorts unorganized, random warehouse goods into groups of customer orders. The solution embodies its strength in deep learning and robotics.