InOrbit said it is bridging the autonomy gap through a cloud-based robot-agnostic management platform that enables robotics companies and operators to develop, deploy and orchestrate autonomous robots at global scale. The company’s multi-cloud platform is designed to provide secure, real-time analytics and data collection, robot performance monitoring (RPM), incident management, and remote interventions.
Key investors of InOrbit include ANIMO Ventures, Yamaha Motor Ventures & Laboratory Silicon Valley, and Kärcher New Venture.
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The company said it regularly tests out new technology in specific locations...
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