We tested Androver II’ s navigation in the vineyard for the first time in March 2019. We replaced previous 2D laser scanner configuration with a 3D laser scanner. We have also added a camera which image is processed by a neural network. Thanks to that the robot can detect a suitable way, move autonomously in the vineyard and move from row to row. This intelligent algorithm is to ensure that a rover can mow the grass in the vineyard and cultivate the soil around the vines with no human intervention. 

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RoboTech Vision presented its work on space conference

RoboTech Vision presented its work on space conference

Our company participated in the first Slovak Space Tech Day in Košice. The conference was about opportunities for Slovak companies in space technology. Matej Poliaček, who is currently preparing the robot Androver I for a simulated mission presented RoboTech Vision in...

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Androver II autonomously got throught 1,5 kilometers

Androver II autonomously got throught 1,5 kilometers

Androver II autonomously managed to get through 1,5 kilometer during the test. In this video, you can see how the robot detects its path (marked in blue) and tries to avoid both static and dynamic obstacles. After Androver II had become the winner of the autonomous...

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A Canadian robotics company wrote about us

A Canadian robotics company wrote about us

Well-known robotics company Clearpath Robotics specialized in industrial robotics wrote about our work. Our team works with their robot Husky A200 on which we use our own intelligent algorithms. A robot can now use computationally complicated neural networks to...

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