A growing list of Microsoft Robotics Studio Partners

Microsoft Robotics Studio offers a Partner Program, commonly referred to as  MSRSPP that features companies that endorsers and utilizes Microsoft Robotics Studio in their product offerings.  The featured companies fall into the categories of:   Robot Manufacturers:  manufactures and markets robots that support MSRS-based services/applications. Hardware Component Vendors: manufactures and markets hardware devices that support…

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Cybernetic Transport Systems

Europe is well into the development of new transportation systems that are based on small automated vehicles that could be utilized by either people or freight delivery in cities. These “cyber cars” would offer on-demand door-to door service.   Participating in this European effort is Robotsoft, a member of the Microsoft Robotics Studio Partner Program…

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Micro/Meso-scale manipulation

The General Robotics, Automation, Sensing and Perception (GRASP) Lab is an inter-disciplinary research center at the University of Pennsylvania. In this lab Microsoft Robotics Studio (MSRS) is used to develop a distributed remote micro/meso-scale manipulation system to assembly parts ranging in size from microns to a few millimeters.  The system supports both the real-world experimentation…

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Situational Awareness Vision System

  At the Ground Robotics Capabilities Conference held earlier this month, Braintech demonstrated the power of its MSRS-based VOLTS-IQ software development kit for concurrently performing high-performance visual awareness across several cameras.  The SDK adds sophisticated vision capabilities to Microsoft Robotics Studio in the form of high-level and precise services that implement advanced vision algorithms.  In…

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