It was February 2023 when the InOrbit Robot Space opened its doors and what a journey it has been! In the span of a year, this space has transformed from a bold idea into a hub of technological innovation and community engagement. As we celebrate our first anniversary, we're thrilled to reflect on the incredible milestones we've achieved together and look forward to the exciting possibilities ahead.
Simulations have been a potent tool in robotics for some time now. Companies particularly rely on sims for reinforcement learning to train robots. Effective simulations can help drive continuous improvements in production workflows, orchestrate robots and other technologies, and mitigate the often costly impact of traffic jams. While many robotics companies use simulation tools, nothing provides the dynamic opportunity to visualize robots in such an exciting way as NVIDIA’s Isaac Sim™. Today we’re thrilled to unveil an integration of this powerful simulation tool with the InOrbit RobOps platform.
Today, we pull back the curtain on what charges us up at the InOrbit Robot Space. It powers our multi-vendor robot fleet during live demos, making our RobOps platform and our partner's robots truly shine. Today our spotlight turns to the incredible tech from our partners at WiBotic.
InOrbit Welcomes OTTO Motors to the Robot Space: Unveiling the Open Source OTTO <> InOrbit Connector
At InOrbit, we've always admired the remarkable work of OTTO Motors and Clearpath Robotics. Our history together is filled with exciting collaborations starting back in 2022 when we partnered on the development of a ROS2 to VDA 5050 connector, and followed up with an impressive demo at the AMR & Logistics conference. Our approach to robotics and a desire to share a vision for an open and connected future are very closely aligned. In fact, this is one of the reasons Clearpath’s Jackal became one of the first real robots we purchased. So today, we're thrilled to share the latest chapter in our journey by welcoming the OTTO 100 officially to the InOrbit Robot Space.
National Robotics Week runs from April 8 - 16, 2023 and the InOrbit Robot Space is excited to invite members of the public to a series of events, meetups, and educational talks during this time to demystify how modern robots are working with society to build a better world. Bay Area residents are encouraged to explore these all-ages hands on robot activities with us at the InOrbit Robot Space, 293 Castro St, Mountain View, California.
As you may have seen in today’s exciting press release InOrbit is bringing RobOps to life in a truly unique way. The InOrbit Robot Space is part product showroom, part concept store, and part community space located in downtown Mountain View, California. This is an opportunity for us to put our product through its paces in a simulated but still very real context. Allowing robot developers and end users to explore the challenges faced by multi-vendor robot fleet orchestration and the value InOrbit can provide.