AIVOT – New Member Spotlight

AIVOT builds intelligent humanoid robots to perform various complex tasks in dynamic environments including many manufacturing and defense scenarios. The robots can navigate autonomously with their mobile bases and perform dexterous tasks using their two arms. They learn new skills by listening to spoken instructions and watching human demos. Capable of following operators’ voice commands, the robots can use vision and perform actions. The robots can perceive the dynamic world state, understand the task context, and generate actions to accomplish the specified goals. They can be configured to keep humans in the loop for strategic decision-making. The end-to-end software stack can also be deployed on any third-party hardware, like robotic arms, AMRs, and unmanned vehicles. The robots do all the processing onboard; no internet connection is required.

AIVOT’s robots improve upon existing automation solutions. The limitations of existing automation solutions are numerous: they are built for specific actions, work only in predictable conditions, are resource-intensive to implement, need technical expertise, require reimplementation if there is a change in the workflow, and need an operator teleoperate the machine for complex scenarios.

AIVOT robots solve these problems. With AIVOT robots, layperson operators can show an object or visual condition for the robot to identify and describe the desired workflow in various conditions. AIVOT adapts its custom-trained deep learning models to a new scenario based on operator instructions. The cognitive agent analyzes the environment state in real-time in multiple modalities and generates the action code for the hardware systems to achieve the specified goal.

AIVOT’s robots can be deployed in many defense scenarios. The robots can enable effective human-machine integration. They can automate tasks in contested logistics scenarios. They can perform Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) tasks and operations in Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN)-related dangerous environments. Additionally, they can be used for maintenance and sustainment, surveillance and reconnaissance, repair and construction, terrain shaping, and mundane task support. Along with defense, AIVOT robots can be used in manufacturing, food services, retail, and healthcare scenarios in commercial sectors.

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