Veo Robotics is transforming manufacturing with products that incorporate advanced computer vision, 3D sensing, and AI. Its first product, FreeMove, lets traditional industrial robots work collaboratively with people to enable much more flexible, productive, and efficient manufacturing workcells.
FreeMove implements dynamic speed and separation monitoring as defined by ISO 10218-2:2011 and ISO/TS 15066:2016. Veo FreeMove is scheduled to become available with North American ISO 13849 certification for PLd, Category 3 in March 2021.
Veo currently partners with the four major industrial robot manufacturers: ABB, FANUC, KUKA, and Yaskawa. Veo said FreeMove will initially target customers in automobile manufacturing, durable goods manufacturing, and more.
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Clara Vu, CTO of Veo Robotics, explains how speed and separation monitoring are part of the picture for making robots more collaborative in manufacturing settings.
Veo Robotics says its FreeMove system, which is designed to make industrial robots slow down or stop when a human enters a workcell, could help manufacturers achieve new levels of productivity.
At an “Ask Me Anything” panel last week, robotics veterans shared their startup experiences and advice.