Veo Robotics is using lidar sensors to make industrial robots less threatening to their human colleague.
“Veo has been a pioneer in using three-dimensional flash lidar to create real-time maps of robots, humans, and everything else…”
This company tames killer robots.
“But this isn’t any normal robot...it uses technology that can turn even the most hulking and brutish industrial robot into a safe workmate.”
Veo Robotics is one of 50 companies that will make a significant impact on tech in 2018.
“Veo wants to make these robots safer by adding 3D sensors and software to the machines so they can categorize people and objects around them.”
Veo Robotics named among 18 Boston Startups to watch in 2018.
“ ...a software and hardware platform that allows for a closer and more fluid collaboration between robots and humans in factories. ”
Veo Robotics listed on the annual Hot Tech Innovators in Robotics.
“...allowing collaboration between people and robots that are far larger and more sophisticated than the current standard of co-bots.”
Veo Robotics Raises $12M in Series A Funding Led by Lux Capital and GV.
“This is a revolutionary time for global manufacturing...”
Veo Robotics raises $12 million to help machines and humans collaborate more efficiently.
“The intelligent work that humans do often requires a lot of human dexterity and ease of motion.”
Google backs iRobot, Rethink Robotics alumni in $12M round.
“...make it safe for humans to work in close collaboration with heavy-duty industrial robots.”
Veo Grabs $12M, Led by GV & Lux, to Help Industrial Robots “See.”
“Our goal is to have humans be at home in the world of machines.”
Veo Robotics gives industrial robots a sixth sense for safely working around people.
“If you build in human interactivity from the beginning, it’s safer than putting up all the fences and gates in the world.”
Veo gives robots ‘Eyes and a Brain’ so they can safely work with people.
“We want to allow manufacturers to combine the creativity, flexibility, judgment, and dexterity of humans with the strength, speed, and precision of industrial robots.”