The Androver II robot, completely developed by RoboTech Vision, is able to move autonomously in an unfamiliar environment thanks to our algorithm. Unlike the Husky A200 robot, environment does not need to be pre-mapped. Thanks to robot´s visual system, Androver II recognizes the road, crossroads, obstacles and moves along the route entered by waypoints without collisions.

The robot chooses a direction on crossroads on its own to follow waypoint and get to the destination. This type of navigation is called reactive navigation because the robot responds to environmental conditions. Androver II deals with sidewalk segmentation despite the leaves.

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Autonomous navigation using map and obstacle avoidance

Autonomous navigation using map and obstacle avoidance

Husky A200 robot from Clearpath robotics company can go autonomously thanks to our algorithm through the selected route and avoid dynamic obstacles. The route needs to be crossed in a teleoperator mode, where the robot uses the sensory system to map the environment....

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RoboTech Vision on Forbes Technology 2019

RoboTech Vision on Forbes Technology 2019

RoboTech Vision has accepted an invitation to the Forbes Technology 2019 event. Together with astrobiologist Michaela Musilova, project manager of ESA Business Incubation Center in Prague Michal Kuneš and theoretical physicist Juraj Tekel, we discussed the topic...

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Androver I left on a space mission “to the Mars and Moon”

Androver I left on a space mission “to the Mars and Moon”

Our mobile robot Androver I, which was upgraded by Matej Poliaček, left yesterday with Slovak astrobiologist Michaela Musilova for a simulated space mission to the HI-SEAS habitat in Hawaii. Its surface is similar to the Mars and the Moon. The task of the robot will...

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