CynLr unveils CyRo semi-humanoid at 2024 Robotics Summit and Expo

CyRo is a multi-arm vision-guided robotic manipulator


CynLr, an India-based company, debuted its CyRo semi-humanoid robot at the Robotics Summit & Expo in Boston.
India-based CynLr released its new CyRo semi-humanoid robot with multi-arm vision guided robotic manipulation at the 2024 Robotics Summit and Expo in Boston.

CynLr, an India-based startup specializing in visual object intelligence robotics and cybernetics, recently launched and showcased its all-purpose, reusable visual robot platform that doubles as a semi-humanoid called ‘CyRo’ at the Robotics Summit & Expo in Boston. 

CyRo, powered by CynLr’s proprietary vision object intelligence stack, is a multi-arm vision guided robotic manipulator that can grasp objects it has never seen before, under extreme variable lighting conditions, require no lighting engineering and can handle complexities like reflective objects such as transparent/translucent packaging, according to the company. 

Multi-purpose humanoids

CyRo represents a paradigm shift in robotics technology through its multi-purpose applicability in warehousing, manufacturing, lab automation, industrial kitchen and kiosk dispensing. In these industries, CyRo can be for piece-picking, kitting, induction, sorting, packing, screwing, bolting, general assembly and more, according to the company.

“We are transforming robots from mere programmable machines into perceptive human-like entities,” said Gokul NA, founder – design, product & brand at CynLr. “Imagine a world with simple dexterous visual robots like Cyro deployed at manufacturing lines. Manufacturers will have unparalleled flexibility and will be able to make products as per market demand.”

Unlike traditional robots that require extensive training, hardware customization specific to each task with a highly-controlled environment, CynLr says CyRo requires no hardware integration or environmental customization. CyRo possesses a human-eye inspired vision and intelligence hardware and software stack which makes it “natively intuitive,” according to the company, about objects without having to see or train on them before. This makes the robot repurposable for any task without any hardware customization or modification. Currently, the company is piloting these visual robots with General Motors & DENSO.

“We are excited to bring our technology to the global stage,” said Nikhil Ramaswmay, co-founder & CEO at CynLr. “We recently opened a hardware design facility in Switzerland where we are developing these visual robots using the skilled talent & advanced research facilities available there… We envision that CyRo has the potential to change the future of industrial automation, ushering in an era of ‘universal factories -product agnostic factories.”

CynLr has a team of 50 plus engineers who are skilled in vision, robotics and engineering. CynLr’s vision stack is packed with 400-plus technologies that are supplied by 250-plus partners or vendors from over 30 countries.

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CynLr, an India-based company, debuted its CyRo semi-humanoid robot at the Robotics Summit & Expo in Boston.

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