DLRob’s AI Robot Controller Uses Self-Training Technology for Autonomous Packing and Stacking


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Deep Learning Robotics (DLRob), an AI and robotics technology provider, announced a feature in its vision-based controller. It enables robots to pack and stack many objects autonomously without setup time.

DLRob’s robust patent portfolio protects the system. The vision-based controller achieves accuracy and adaptability in handling diverse objects. It also places them in optimal locations with little or no setup time, requiring no user demonstration.

By using their self-training technique, the controller gains proficiency. It enables robots to pack and stack by finding optimal locations for each object, says DLRob’s CEO. The company made the feature available to only a few partners and clients for now.

Read More: DLRob Groundbreaking AI Robot Controller Revolutionizes Autonomous Packing and Stacking with Cutting-Edge Self-Training Technology

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