What is Realtime Robotics?
Realtime Robotics was founded to transform automation with flexible robot control capabilities, built on its innovative, real-time collision-free motion planning technology. Realtime’s products enable single or multiple robots to operate autonomously at full speed in unstructured and uncaged environments.
How Realtime Robotics works
With Realtime, industrial robots can be deployed, updated and/or re-deployed with minimal programming. Its technology empowers companies to automate more processes by removing engineering complexity and reducing cycle time, lowering overall expenses, increasing throughput, driving greater operational efficiency and significantly improving ROI.
About the industry
With productivity staying flat, and labor representing 60–65% of the warehouse fulfillment cost, businesses are looking to deliver more with smart automation. Worldwide, companies spend an estimated $350 billion a year on warehousing - and are increasing their use of robotics to keep up with demand. With the industrial automation market expected to grow at a CAGR of 9.3% from 2020 to 2027 to reach $306.2 billion, the need has never been greater for simple, yet powerful solutions that will help manufacturers, suppliers and logistics companies optimize and scale their use of robotics.
About the team
There were four co-founders: Dan Sorin, George Konidaris, Sean Murray, and Will Floyd-Jones. The robotic motion control technology was realized by a student at Duke University and together with professors and industry professionals they moved to Boston to start the company.
Check them out: https://rtr.ai/