Robotic Drilling Systems (RDS) has built the world’s first fully autonomous robotic oil drilling rig in Stavanger, Norway. The highly advanced rig coordinates control of multiple robots to perform drilling operations.
Energid has worked with several companies to develop control solutions and simulations for complex medical robotic systems. Actin provides advanced features very well suited to robotic surgery, including real-time collision avoidance, virtual RCM control,
Bin picking requires the robot to maneuver through a complex environment without collisions, and the motion control capabilities built into the robot are often not up to the task. The Actin SDK contains a set of advanced motion control components that enable developers to address this challenge and bring a reliable bin picking system to market quickly.
The Actin SDK offers significant advantages to companies looking to improve their time to market for robotics solutions in time-sensitive and competitive markets.Learn More →
Unlike offline programming tools that create
SS Innovations is building next-generation robotic surgical hardware and surgeon command center using Actin software for advanced real-time motion control.Learn More →
The DARPA Phoenix program was a multi-year program designed to develop and demonstrate technologies to cooperatively harvest and re-use valuable components from retired, nonworking satellites in geosynchronous orbit.Learn More →
Energid has developed a robotic citrus harvesting system with costs comparable to that of human labor.Learn More →
Actin enables fast, versatile steam generator inspection robots for Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.Learn More →
NASA's K10 Rovers reaped the benefits of reduced development costs and faster time to flight.Learn More →
Actin enables real-time weld and
Through a project with NASA, Johnson Space Center, Energid developed algorithms and software for controlling kinematically redundant, bifurcating manipulators.Learn More →