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Seegrid Launches the GT3 Idustrial Mobile Robot

Posted 6 Mar 2008 at 17:22 UTC by steve Share This

Two years have past since we last reported on Seegrid, the company founded to commercialize Hans Moraveck's volumetric sensing technology for mobile robot vision and navigation. So what have they been up to since then? Scott Friedman emailed robots.net to let us know they're introducing an industrial mobile robot (IMR) called GT3. The GT3 can navigate complex industrial environment without magnetic tape, guide wires, lasers, or other methods used by old-timey robots. Seegrid's robot uses autonomous sense, move, analyze, interact and repeat behaviors. They claim the GT3 can be put to work in real industrial environments literally minutes after unloading it from the truck. Seegrid is also adding two new members to their board of directors; legal expert Dan Shapira and someone who should should be a familiar face around here, none other than eternal AI optimist Ray Kurzweil. For more on the GT3 and new board members, see the latest Seegrid news release. Video of Seegrid robot prototypes in action can be found on Seegrid's YouTube page.

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