Brain Corporation is making intelligent and useful machines a part of everyday life with the worldâs first training-based OS for robots.
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Brain Corp announced the third generation of its autonomy platform for commercial robots, BrainOS.
Pinn succeeds Eugene Izhikevich, the founder of the Brain Corp. Izhikevich will continue as the company’s executive chairman.
Find out what’s happening in the world of robot operations and where you can go to learn how to scale your fleet to thousands of robots.
Whiz Connect centralizes SoftBank’s Whiz automation portfolio in a single dashboard and is intended to improve operational efficiency.
The Robot Operations Group is an industry-driven organization dedicated to developing best practices for scaling up commercial fleets of robots and helping adoption.
Demand for cleaning robots in retail will likely continue beyond coronavirus closures, said Brain Corp executives. They also noted the importance of understanding one’s customers, gathering valuable data, and the evolving technology stack.
In April 2020, the reality of the COVID-19 shutdowns rippled across industries, slowing investment across the board. However, some sectors, such as logistics and healthcare, continued to receive funding.
As interest in autonomous mobile robots grows for applications ranging from logistics and retail to healthcare, so too have the fortunes of AMR enablers such as Brain Corp.
Brain Corp announced its accomplishments from the past year, as well as an increase in demand from retailers for mobile service robots and its autonomy software.