Mujin, a Japanese industrial robotics company bringing artificial intelligence to robots across Asia since 2011, has established a new US headquarters located in Sandy Springs, north of Atlanta, the office will house engineering, sales and support staff at company expansion, including Mujin co-founder and Mujin Corp. CEO Ross Diankov.
The office will serve as a hub for expanding the company’s award-winning solutions in the burgeoning US logistics automation market.
The Mujin controller, offers the first all-purpose intelligent robot control system. It uses real-time perception, motion planning, and universal control to create robots that can handle complex logistics tasks that were previously not possible by making system implementation faster, more reliable, and more affordable, and without the need for coding. or «teaching.»
The Mujin controller can manage any robotic application by guiding the movement of any robotic arm through machine intelligence, a new and advanced category of artificial intelligence that automatically manages potential downtime scenarios through autonomous planning and perception of the machine. movement without the need for human intervention.
Machine Intelligence vs. Machine Learning & Human Control
Engineered by Mujin, “machine intelligence” is the fusion of real-time motion planning, perception, simulation, and control technologies. Unlike traditional ‘teach-based’ systems that require experts to program each movement or machine learning systems that ‘learn’ how to pick items over time, machine intelligence, enables the Mujin Controller to give a robotic system real-time decision-making capability that allows truly autonomous, reliable and production-capable robot applications.
With Mujin Controller, users begin by modeling the environment and setting relationships between the robots and target objects in a high level. The system then allows the robot to safely perform tasks by offering high-level goals without explicitly telling the robot where to go or how to move.
“With the robot motion now computed in real time without human intervention, the system must understand the intuitions behind completing tasks and then positions them in a way that enables the robot to dynamically adapt to changing circumstances,” Diankov added. “With the mindset of machine intelligence, Mujin makes every robot more capable, efficient and reliable, and allows robots to perform practically any application with optimum efficiency.”
Mujin’s Award-Winning Solutions Heading to Pack Expo
Mujin will showcase robotic palletizing with autonomous mobile robot (AMR) pallet transport at Pack Expo (booth SU-7233) in Las Vegas, September 27-29. The showcase will include a Mujin gripper capable of handling cases, slip sheets, and pallets to build multiple pallets into a single stack.
Once the palletizing operation is complete, AMRs will deliver the full pallet to the pallet break down area. AMRs will also bring empty pallets and slip sheets to the work cell. The robot arm is equipped with 3D vision on the gripper to find the position of the pallets and slip sheets for the robot to pick. With Mujin’s perception and motion planning capabilities, robots can autonomously perform these types of applications without added complexity.