Erle Robotics launches B2B services to spread robotic intelligence into companies

By on May 12, 2016
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Erle Robotics today announced the worldwide release of its B2B robotics services aimed at industries, governments and institutions.

After two years providing brains for robots and tools for developers, the announcement comes with a display of some selected public projects that they have completed. Among the success cases presented are contracts with defense agencies including DARPA, corporations including Bosch and Academic Institutions.

The two-year-old robotics startup has led the fast development of Linux drones and robots powered by the Robot Operating System (ROS). Recently it launched revolutionary robot enablers, such as the PXFmini, a 69€ electronics board that contains more than 10 sensors aimed at building autonomous robots. Technology that not long ago, would cost tens of thousands of €.

The offered services will be:

Consulting

Robotics project scoping
Robot system design
Process Planning
Project management
Support

ROS/ROS 2

Robot Operating System
Robot Operating System 2
Gazebo
HW/SW interface experts

Drones

APM commercial support
Linux autopilots
Autopilot hardware design
Sensor and actuator integration

Training

ROS/ROS 2
Linux kernel for robots
APM flight stack
Robotics simulation
Robot open HW/SW







Source: Services | Erle Robotics



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3 Comments

  1. Robomow

    May 13, 2016 at 5:35 PM

    We are hearing more and more on this topic. In fact there are robotic advisers like Betterment

    • Ulrica Marshall

      May 14, 2016 at 10:59 AM

      I hadn’t seen Betterment. Looks interesting. Intelligent robotics are perfect for considering the algorithms of stock investing.

  2. Ulrica Marshall

    May 14, 2016 at 10:53 AM

    B2B business with DARPA and Bosch is pretty impressive for a young startup.

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