Universal RoboticsUpdated 10/12/2016
Neocortex® is a new form of artificial intelligence that uses sensor information to learn. Originally co-developed between NASA and Vanderbilt University, it is unlike any other technology. The software is independent of any hardware, allowing it be used for a host of applications from data analysis to robot and motor control. It uses sensor information to discover multi-dimension patterns in dynamic environments.
Neocortex recognizes complex objects and can identify them in random locations, increasing flexibility. By automatically handling a wide range of constantly changing parts, Neocortex reduces the need for manual changeovers or months of initial engineering trying to recognize thousands of SKUs for a traditional vision system. It provides the ability to reliably recognize a wide range of objects not possible only with 3D vision. Neocortex is able to move boxes it has never seen before, learning on the fly. Neocortex machine learning software is utilized with Spatial Vision Robotics vision guidance software for Universal applications such as Unlimited Random Depalletization, Random Bin Picking and Random Bag Moving.
Universal Robotics is an artificial intelligence software company that uses sensor input to enable machines to see, react, and learn with human-like flexibility. Universal integrates 3D sensing, machine learning, and robotics through a highly adaptable software platform, which works with any machine and any sensor. The platform consists of modules that are grouped into products: intelligence (Neocortex), 3D sensing (Spatial Vision), and machine control (Autonomy). These products integrate into complete applications or function independently for implementation by Universal, integrators or end users.
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