Robauto Expands, Helps Autonomous Space Rover Take Off
Robauto brings technology to life!
Longmont, CO (PRUnderground) September 11th, 2019
Robauto, Inc. announced the opening of a new robotics lab and interactive experience at 251 Main Street in Longmont, Colorado.
As part of the new lab selected hardware startups will have the opportunity to work closely with Robauto to refine and launch their concept. The first “Robot-in-Residence” will be the Earthling, a breakthrough fully autonomous ground vehicle that can operate in harsh environments on Earth, as well as on the Moon and Mars. The all-terrain robot is being developed and brought to market by local startup WinterWinds Robotics, which will receive support, marketing exposure and lab space while they develop Earthling.
“Earthling is designed to revolutionize autonomous, all-terrain navigation. It is being developed at a fraction of the cost of what the leading space agencies are able to deliver new technology for. Earthling also takes a new approach to A.I. which I feel is better suited for harsh environments and space than traditional navigation and data collection models.”, said Hartman. “Helping this product disrupt the space industry is exactly in line with our mission and we look forward to them launching, finalizing funding and putting Earthling to work.”
In addition to providing the general public an opportunity to interact with advanced technology, Robauto offers a 1-hour free consultation and a free prototyping copy of the BiBli operating system and a launch roadmap to companies wishing to bring their own technology ideas to life. For more events schedule, hours or more information visit www.robauto.ai or call 1-720-731-2651.
Robauto Brings Technology to Life. Their BiBli Operating System allows for fast prototyping of interactive, voice, light and motion enabled A.I. hardware and software. The company has powered robotics solutions for customers ranging from local schools and startups to Fortune 500 companies.
About WinterWinds Robotics
WinterWinds Robotics was founded in 2018 by Valerie Eastman, a former teacher, when she became interested in how educational approaches could be applied to artificial intelligence. The Earthling concept is being developed to improve the interactions between humans and robots in industrial, research, and space endeavors.
About Robauto, Inc
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