Rapidly Growing Robotics Startup Rep Invariant Systems, Inc. Rebrands as Jaybridge Robotics

Rep Invariant Systems, Inc., a rapidly growing robotics software company, today announced that it has changed its name to Jaybridge Robotics. The Cambridge, Massachusetts company, identified by Mass High Tech as one of "Five You Should Follow," offers leading expertise in autonomous vehicle motion, navigation, perception and systems integration.

CAMBRIDGE, MA--(Marketwire - Jul 19, 2011) - Rep Invariant Systems, Inc., a rapidly growing robotics software company, today announced that it has changed its name to Jaybridge Robotics. The Cambridge, Massachusetts company, identified by Mass High Tech as one of "Five You Should Follow," offers leading expertise in autonomous vehicle motion, navigation, perception and systems integration. Over the last twelve months the company has landed significant new projects, grown its staff to over a dozen engineers, and has more than doubled its floor space.


"Our original name, Rep Invariant, refers to an esoteric computer science term. As we attracted a lot of fresh interest from companies in defense, agriculture, mining and materials handling, we realized that the company name should become more accessible. Since we will soon begin to reveal projects and technologies that we have been working on in stealth mode for some time, this seemed like the right moment to make the change," says Jeremy Brown, President of Jaybridge Robotics.

Jaybridge software and systems integration services enable autonomous ground vehicles to operate with high precision using cost-effective commodity sensors and embedded computers. As autonomous vehicle adoption has accelerated, Jaybridge has developed solutions to vexing technical problems pertaining to perception, vehicle control and path planning. The seasoned Jaybridge engineering team is geared to producing real-world-ready products that operate reliably even in harsh conditions, furthering the mainstream adoption of autonomy in defense/first responder, agriculture, mining, materials handling and other industries. The company continues to recruit highly qualified engineers.

About Jaybridge Robotics
Jaybridge Robotics provides domain expertise, consultation, software and systems integration for autonomous vehicle design and development. The company works closely with their clients' engineering teams to fully transform their products into robust autonomous systems capable of reliably executing workflows even in harsh, real-world conditions. Jaybridge's state of the art capabilities include software, tools and expertise for vehicle motion, navigation, perception, control, precision visualization and intuitive human-robot interfaces. Founded by graduates of MIT and Carnegie Mellon University, Jaybridge applies exclusive, field-proven algorithms and open software to solve complex robotics challenges. Their seasoned in-house robotics team has deep industry and product development experience and a proven track record.

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