Husky A200 is a mobile robot developed by a Canadian company Clearpath Robotics. It is an universal rover, which is designed especially for difficult terrain conditions. RoboTech Vision has a robot together with a UR 5 arm, a Novatel SMART6-L GPS system, a Velodyne Puck 3D laser scanner and a Hokuyo 2D scanner.
Husky is an open platform that has been modified by RoboTech Vision in the means of a hardware. A modification of the sensory system was made, and the Axis M1125 camera was added. To increase the computing power neural networks use, a GPU was added to Husky, which also required the cooling of the entire system.
Currently, the RoboTech Vision company is working on robot‘s exterior autonomy. The robot is able to detect a route suitable for movement, recognize and avoid dynamic obstacles, or recognize different objects of daily use thanks to artificial intelligence algorithms. It is also able to listen to and fulfill commands given to him by human.
Customizing the robot on both the software and hardware side extends its usage possibilities even further. For example, it is able to patrol objects and recognize potential trespassers. It can carry a variety of additional sensory equipment, for example in geology for exploring and mapping ground, and many others. This is how the company tests its own algorithms also on other platforms.
Our algorithms on the Husky A200 allow the use of computationally difficult neural networks by which the robot recognizes and follows objects, detects a suitable route for movement and avoid obstacles.
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