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Autonomous map navigation in different environments

Autonomous map navigation in different environments

Dominika Krajčovičová | July 30, 2020 | Development | Facebook | Thanks to our algorithm, the Husky A200 robot from the Canadian company Clearpath can cross the specified route autonomously in different environments. It mainly uses an RTV sensor...

Androver I as a part of a simulated mission to the “Moon”

Androver I as a part of a simulated mission to the “Moon”

The Androver I mobile robot was a part of a simulated mission to the Moon, which took place under the European Space Agency (ESA). The mission was led by a Slovak astrobiologist Dr. Michaela Musilová. She is a director of the simulated space...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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The company focuses on the development of autonomous robots with AI elements. It strives to develop universal solutions for various tasks, industries and environments.

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AON algorithm

AVN algorithm

ADN algorithm

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Caster

RTV sensor Box

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RoboTech Vision Ltd.
Červený kameň 61
900 89 Častá
Slovakia

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