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We’re making good progress on NavAbility Mapper and have some results to share from a Construction site application example.
The International Conference on Robotics and Automation resulted in a new product and three new NavAbility features that we’re excited to discuss.
We’re just about ready and looking forward to our workshop on May 27th at ICRA the premier robotics conference, IEEE’s International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) in Philadelphia! We encourage anyone who is interested in building robotic systems to come meet or visit us in Philadelphia during the ICRA week.
NavAbility is presenting at the NASA Lunar Surface Innovation Consortium at the Applied Physics Lab at John Hopkins this week and will be engaged with breakout sessions. Come visit us at the event!
In preparation for our tutorials at ICRA2022 NavAbility is excited to announce the deployment of our first official production environment of NavAbility Cloud. Our mission is to enable more vibrant robotics automation and this is an important step in empowering our community with a reliable, stable, and secure NavAbility Cloud. The deployment will begin at 8:00pm PST on April 14, 2022.
What to expect when you’re expecting a robot?… Buy robot, build solution, take over pizza industry, right?
Robotics is an emerging, constantly changing field, and it’s a journey with unique challenges. In this blog post we want to provide our take on the steps in the journey and how you set yourself up for success.
You have a camera on your robot… but now what?
We’re starting the discussion on how to convert camera data into information that can be used for navigation and localization
We promised to have a conversation on all things robotics, and a great place to start that conversation is on factor graphs. This is the topic of your second video on the NavAbility YouTube channel.
At NavAbility, we believe that robotics and autonomy are hard problems. This is because they’re emerging and changing continuously. Robotics and autonomy require a journey. In this article we discuss our vision and mission: producing a platform that enables your robotics journey with simple, fast, and scalable solutions.
Automated marine vehicles are an ideal example of real-world complexity in a dynamic environment. At NavAbility we’re using marine robotics to demonstrate how any robot can extract map information from multiple sensors, identify and track dynamic objects like ships, and use prior information to navigate effectively in a dynamic environment.
We’re excited to announce our YouTube channel on all things robotics! Like and subscribe to follow us on YouTube as we delve into interesting topics about robots, sensors, navigation, and coordination.
Great news! We’re giving a tutorial workshop at the premier robotics conference, IEEE’s International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) in Philadelphia May 23rd – 27th.
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