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Testing, No Resting

Robotics is often seen as an exciting field, with cool devices and mechanisms doing an infinite number of exciting and bizarre applications, from drones moving large payloads to animal-based robots automating surveillance work. The limitations of what a robotics engineer can do truly lies within the extent of his or her imagination. Nonetheless, robotics isContinue reading “Testing, No Resting”

Up-and-Coming

A few months have passed since the launch of Volta and we are very grateful for the attention that it has received from the academic community. During this period, we managed to touch base with groups of educators to share about how Volta is designed to have core features in line with industrial AMRs, allowingContinue reading “Up-and-Coming”

An Open World

When it comes to designing Copernicus and Volta, we chose to build it on the Robot Operating System (ROS).  As a widely used open-source system, ROS provides plenty of software libraries and tools which will help users of our platforms build robot applications in a shorter time frame and allow for integration with other technologies. The other reasonContinue reading “An Open World”

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