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ANYbotics uses AWS to deploy a global robot workforce for industrial inspections

ANYbotics, a pioneering company at the forefront of autonomous mobile robots, is using AWS to deploy their global robot workforce. They revolutionize the operation of large industrial facilities by providing intelligent inspection solutions that improve safety, efficiency, and sustainability. Connecting the physical and digital assets, ANYbotics helps companies with cutting-edge robotics technology to create an […]

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How to provide improved data isolation for tenant robots

Introduction Robots are used in various industries and use cases, such as medical robotics for surgeries, material movement robots for industrial automation, security robots for surveillance and monitoring, fruit picking robots for agriculture, and many more. Depending on the application, these robots create large amounts of data, which may contain sensitive information such as personally […]

ANT61 accelerates reinforcement learning for space robots using AWS

Introduction ANT61 robotics is a start-up based in Sydney, Australia, that develops autonomous robots for space applications such as in-orbit satellite servicing to avoid putting human lives at risk. Their robots use AI-based control systems that enable them to perform installation and servicing tasks in unpredictable environments where remote control is impossible. In this post, […]

Build and Simulate Robotics Applications in AWS Cloud9

AWS Cloud9 is a cloud-based integrated development environment (IDE) that lets you write, run, and debug your code with just a browser. It includes a code editor, debugger, and terminal. AWS Cloud9 comes prepackaged with essential tools for popular programming languages, including JavaScript, Python, PHP, and more. Since AWS Cloud9 IDE is cloud-based, you can […]

Build and simulate a Mini Pupper robot in the cloud without managing any infrastructure

AWS RoboMaker provides a comprehensive cloud solution for robotics development. It features fully managed simulation capabilities built on scalable infrastructure. In this post, we use a simple Mini Pupper sample application to demonstrate how to use AWS RoboMaker for robotics application development, testing, and simulation.

Manage Robot Deployment from External Applications with AWS

This blog references AWS RoboMaker Fleet Management, a feature that has been deprecated. You should now use AWS IoT Greengrass V2 for deploying and managing your robot software. To learn more about this process, see our blog on how to Deploy and manage ROS robots with AWS IoT Greengrass 2.0 and Docker. Introduction An increasingly […]