Carnegie Robotics had Senior Engineering Staff on-site for RoboBusiness 2014 this past week in support of our distributor, AutonomouStuff. The booth had a live demo of the MultiSense S7 running, our new S21 demo video on display, and we spent the days answering multitude of questions about our stereo sensors and technology.
We were also honored to learn that the MutliSense S21 had been nominated for a Robotics Business Review 2014 Game Changer Award. From their article:
The MultiSense S21 addresses one of the key long-term problems in robotics and automation: reliable 3D sensing of the world indoors and out, in a wide range of conditions, at a reasonable cost. This long-range, high-resolution, color 3D sensor has the potential to enable low-cost robotic, automation, and safety features for a wide range of applications including mining, construction, healthcare, and warehouse and factory automation.
For more details please see their article about the MultiSense S21:
Our new MultiSense S21 demo video shows the sensor operating in a wide-variety of outdoor scenes and several visualizations based on our Cloud Demo Software package, which is open source and slated for release in a few weeks.