MOV.AI and Lanner Electronics Announce Fully Integrated Platform Powered by NVIDIA Isaac ROS to Accelerate Robotics Development and Improve Operational Efficiency in Industrial Environments

MOV.AI and Lanner Electronics Announce Fully Integrated Platform Powered by NVIDIA Isaac ROS to Accelerate Robotics Development and Improve Operational Efficiency in Industrial Environments

MOV.AI and Lanner Electronics announced today the integration of Lanner's Edge AI computing appliance, MOV.AI's Robotics Engine PlatformTM, and the NVIDIA Isaac robotics platform. The integration provides Autonomous Mobile Robot (AMR) manufacturers and automation integrators with a robust platform that speeds up development, improves operational efficiency and optimizes robot performance in dynamic industrial environments.


The integration of Lanner's Edge AI computing appliance, MOV.AI's Robotics Engine PlatformTM, and the NVIDIA Isaac robotics platform provides Autonomous Mobile Robot (AMR) manufacturers and automation integrators with a robust platform that speeds up development, improves operational efficiency and optimizes robot performance in dynamic industrial environments.
The integration of Lanner's Edge AI computing appliance, MOV.AI's Robotics Engine PlatformTM, and the NVIDIA Isaac robotics platform provides Autonomous Mobile Robot (AMR) manufacturers and automation integrators with a robust platform that speeds up development, improves operational efficiency and optimizes robot performance in dynamic industrial environments.
Modern warehouses pose unique challenges for automation. Physical repetition, lack of distinctive features, or frequently changing items are a challenge for perception and navigation systems. Multiple robot types performing different tasks create synchronization and fleet management challenges and numerous integrations are required between management systems and IoT devices. Humans introduce uncertainty while new connected systems require security measures, policies, and update methods that are not engrained in traditional robot systems.

The new integrated solution solves all these issues by leveraging Lanner's EAI-I130 NVIDIA Jetson-based edge AI computing appliance and MOV.AI's Robotics Engine PlatformTM that incorporates NVIDIA Isaac ROS GEMs, which are hardware-accelerated packages for perception, SLAM navigation, image processing and more. The joint offering provides robot developers with fully integrated high-performance hardware, hardware-optimized robotics SDKs and a visual IDE that wraps it together to speed up development. The solution speeds robot time to market and ensures high-performance robots.

Optimized for AI functionality, performance, and ease of deployment, Lanner's Edge AI appliances are NVIDIA NGC-ready with NVIDIA GPU Compatibility. The appliances are integrated with the MOV.AI's Robotics Engine PlatformTM that offers developers a visual IDE for faster development and deployment. Developers can drag and drop the NVIDIA Isaac ROS GEMs directly in the MOV.AI development tools to quickly build high-performance robots.

"Our expertise in creating NVIDIA-optimized edge computing servers, combined with MOV.AI's state-of-the-art AMR software powered by NVIDIA edge AI and robotics technologies, provides an off-the-shelf platform to build enterprise-grade autonomous robots for today's challenging industrial environments," said Jeans Tseng, CTO of Lanner Electronics. "We are confident that our AMR platform will enable service providers and manufacturers to quickly deploy the top-performing AMR solution to the industrial IoT applications."

According to Motti Kushnir, MOV.AI's CEO, "This is exciting on several levels. First and foremost the integration allows fast time to market for a superior product that meets the needs of today's warehouse automation challenges. Logistics is a $9 trillion industry, and automation is playing an important role in its optimization. We are excited to integrate with NVIDIA Isaac ROS GEMs as part of our strategy to improve operational efficiency and accelerate deployment of AMRs in warehouses and industrial manufacturing environments. Second, from MOV.AI's perspective, this is a huge achievement. NVIDIA, with its Isaac platform, is a major force in the robotics industry, continuously driving it forward. Together with Lanner, we are honored to partner to provide the robotics community with the tools they need to create robots that deliver value quickly and continuously."

About MOV.AI
MOV.AI is changing AMRs as we know them. It provides AMR manufacturers and integrators with the tools they need to create enterprise-grade robots quickly, allowing users to benefit from automation products that are as flexible as the age we live in. MOV.AI is a Robotics Engine platform based on ROS and packaged in an intuitive web-based interface. It contains everything needed to build, deploy and operate intelligent robots. MOV.AI completely changes the way Autonomous Mobile Robots are developed, in terms of time to market, cost and flexibility.

About Lanner Electronics
Lanner Electronics is a world-leading hardware provider with design, engineering, and manufacturing services for advanced network appliances, ruggedized in-vehicle, industrial computers, power substation computers and edge AI appliances.

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