Brain Corp’s AutoDelivery robot offers a new automated delivery solution for commercial and retail facilities as well as warehouses and factories.
Developed by the San Diego-based artificial intelligence (AI) company, the proof of concept robot is powered by BrainOS, a commercial operating system for the production, deployment and support of autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) that is currently used in machines within the robotic floor care industry, according to a news release.
The autonomous tug can operate in a variety of public spaces to transport goods, and has the ability to tow several common cart types and provide customized solutions.
Brain Corp is exploring potential manufacturing partners for the delivery robot and projects a commercial launch of early next year.
“The integration of BrainOS into not just another form factor, but an entirely new vertical outside of floor care further proves the robustness and extensibility of the BrainOS platform,” Brain Corp Co-Founder and CEO Dr. Eugene Izhikevich said. “With the introduction of a delivery robot powered by BrainOS, we are another step closer to fulfilling our vision of a world where the lives of people are made safer, easier, more productive and more fulﬁlling with the help of robots.”