InOrbit Inc. today announced that it will show its latest robot operations, or RobOps, offerings at Automate 2023. The Mountain View, Calif.-based company said it will show at Booth 2247 how its RobOps platform addresses critical industry needs and empowers businesses.
“Automate is an incredible opportunity to showcase InOrbit's cutting-edge solutions and demonstrate our commitment to accelerating businesses on their automation journey,” said Florian Pestoni, co-founder and CEO of InOrbit. “With our end-to-end orchestration capabilities, we are revolutionizing the way companies manage and optimize their robot fleets.”
“We help developers drive continuous improvement in their robots by making data from the field easy to access and actionable,” he said. “In addition, we recognize the challenges faced by end users in the early stages of robotic integration. That's why we're excited to introduce InOrbit Intelligence, a unique program designed to support businesses navigating this transformative process through our automation expertise.”
InOrbit Intelligence aids robot adoption
InOrbit said it helps end users at any stage of their automation journey maximize the potential of their mobile robots through expert guidance, advanced software, and strategic industry partnerships. Now with InOrbit Intelligence, the company said innovation and operations teams can access its expertise through workshops, proof-of-concept deployments, and customized strategy development.
“InOrbit Intelligence enables businesses to embrace robotics with confidence to drive operational excellence,” it said.
The company claimed that its multi-cloud platform enables efficient robot operations and provides observability through secure, real-time analytics and data collection, robot performance monitoring, incident response, and root-cause analysis. The InOrbit Connect certification program allows end users across industries to orchestrate robots for multiple tasks and from multiple vendors to optimize productivity, it said.
With the award-winning platform, companies can control any robot fleet, from scheduling repeatable tasks to dynamically dispatching robots on their missions, while precisely tracking performance across sites, said InOrbit. The scalable platform allows heterogeneous robots to operate autonomously, reliably, and collaboratively with existing infrastructure and software, ensuring optimal performance and unlocking new levels of productivity, asserted the company.
Learn about RobOps at Automate
At Automate 2023, InOrbit will show at Booth 2247 how it helps companies developing and deploying robots for the future of RobOps. The Association for Advancing Automation (A3) will hold the event at the Huntington Place Convention Center in Detroit from May 22 to 25.
Pestoni will participate in a panel discussion on “Updates on Mobile Robot Interoperability Efforts” at 3:30 p.m. EST in Room 320 on May 22. He will also give a presentation on “The Growing Need for Robot Orchestration” at 1:30 p.m. in Room 320 on Tuesday, May 23. Pestoni will be available for meetings and interviews by request.
In addition, InOrbit said Automate attendees will be among the first to experience its root-cause analysis (RCA) system tailored for developers. Beyond simple incident management, these advanced tools are designed to empower robot developers to identify and resolve complex autonomy issues, enhancing the reliability and performance of their robots in real-world environments, said InOrbit.
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