Realtime Robotics has brought in $9.5 million in funding to meet increased demand for its RapidPlan technology.
The partnership will allow customers to use Realtime Robotics’ motion planning and control software without leaving Siemens Process Simulate.
RapidPlan software creates and choreographs robot movements without the need for brand-specific robot programming.
Realtime Robotics’s software streamlines production of complex cells with offline programming that synchronizes to live operations.
This episode of The Robot Report Podcast features an interview with Realtime Robotics CEO George Konidaris
Realtime Robotics developed a processor that can quickly create collision-free motion plans for industrial robots and autonomous vehicles.
Boston-based startup Realtime Robotics is helping robots solve the motion planning problem by giving them collision avoidance capabilities.
Realtime Robotics and Siemens have integrated their technologies in Tecnomatix Process Simulate to simplify programming by automating motion planning and interlocks.
Realtime Robotics, a Boston-based developer of responsive motion planning for robotics and autonomous vehicles, today launched its Realtime Controller. It claims the controller simplifies the programming and deployment of robotic workcells. The Realtime Controller will be available in North America, Europe, Japan and China beginning in May 2020. The Realtime Controller is an industrial hardware…
Realtime Robotics, a Boston-based startup developing responsive motion planning for robots and autonomous vehicles, closed a $11.7 million Series A round. The round was led by SPARX Asset Management and included participation from Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Hyundai Motor Company, and OMRON Ventures. Existing investors Toyota AI Ventures, Scrum Ventures, and the Duke Angel Network also took part…
May 2019 might have been a slow month for robotics transactions, but investors are still bullish on robots, autonomous vehicles, and AI for supply chain, healthcare, and food applications.
Realtime Robotics plans to use its latest funding from Mitsubishi Electric to accelerate development of systems to improve the safety and performance of industrial robots.