inVia Robotics

  • Developed Mercury, robotic platform for picking items in e-commerce fulfillment centers; consists of mobile base, scissor-lifted platform, and vacuum cup grabber
  • Developed a second mobile robot, called Pegasus, that consists of a robotic base and a tote to carry items
  • The robots n...

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