Iam Robotics

  • Building a fully autonomous warehouse picking solution that consists of a Fanuc robot arm on a mobile base that can travel up to 3 ft/sec and complete 200 picks per hour
  • Company developed its robots called Swift, as well as Swiftlink, a software coordination tool that interfaces between...

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