Ambi is enabling warehouses to pull items from bulk inventory by using vision to guide robotic arms to grasp and then sort items.
Pitney Bowes opted for the expansion after using Ambi’s AmbiSort in its Stockton, California ecommerce hub.
Learn about new products at the 2021 AMR and Logistics conference and the deployment of AMBI solutions at Pitney Bowes.
AmbiOS uses sIm-to-real techniques to reduce model training time and improve grasping success.
Ambi Robotics introduces AmbiKit, a new AI-driven kitting applications that leverages vision and robots to pick items from bulk into kits.
Goldberg on Ambi Robotics’ Sim2Real technology, how Dex-Net is powering its robots, lessons learned over the years, and the challenges of universal grasping.
Ambi Robotics, formerly known as Ambidextrous Laboratories, raised $6.1 million in seed funding for its picking robots and operating system that are based on simulation-to-reality artificial intelligence (AI). Co-founded by the great Ken Goldberg, a professor at UC Berkeley, Ambi Robotics said it is exiting stealth mode, although its work on improving robotic grasping hasn’t…