ASI completes new facilities expansion to grow the testing of mining, automotive, agriculture and other robots.
PETERSBORO, UTAH September 22, 2015
This expansion includes a tripling of the test tracks and the creation of more realistic urban scenarios with the needed signage and road striping to develop and test new driverless vehicle algorithms.
"This new facility expansion is critical in the support of our new partners. Our proving ground is a test city, it's a test mine, it's a test farm field. We have built into our facility all of these different environments to enable rapid development and rigorous 24/7 product verification and validation testing." says Mel Torrie, ASI co-founder and CEO.
"This facility expansion not only allows us to do more testing, but also provides more office space for the quickly growing engineering team," says Mr. Torrie.
ASI is currently automating testing for three of the five big automotive companies in Detroit and is expanding into Europe and China with partnerships starting in January. Other markets like Mining, Automotive, Agriculture, and Construction leverage the same underlying robotics platform foundation but have different "apps" that are customized to the unique needs of each.
About Autonomous Solutions, Inc.
For more than 15 years, ASI has been a world leader in unmanned ground vehicle solutions. From our northern Utah headquarters, ASI serves clients around the world in the mining, agriculture, automotive, military, and manufacturing industries with teleoperated and fully automated, coordinated multi-vehicle solutions. ASI has years of experience automating ground vehicles from various industries.
ASI's Mobius software leverages advanced multi-vehicle command and control algorithms to set up and manage vehicles in varying systems. Mobius increases safety, efficiency, and repeatability.
ASI's number one priority is safety. Each automation kit safeguards personnel and vehicles with multiple layers of hardware and software safety features.
For more information about ASI, visit http://www.asirobots.com.