Robots that learned by observing human demonstrations
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It's time to make robots accessible to everyone
Say goodbye to the cost and time it takes to setup and configure robots to perform tasks.
Say hello to DLRob - the innovative software solution that makes robotics accessible to all. With DLRob, even companies who have not previously used robotics in their operations can now take advantage of its many benefits.
Our technology allows robots to be trained and configured by simply observing a human performing a task, making it easy for anyone to use. No technical expertise needed. DLRob powered robots also come with a set of plug & play pre-trained tasks.
OBSERVE. LEARN. AUTOMATE.
Light years beyond "Teach Mode" & Engineering
DLRob allows robots to be trained and configured by simply observing a human perform a task, rather than relying on complex programming by specialized engineers.
A powerful set of pre-trained tasks are also available to users of DLRob powered robots.
DLRob uses advanced visual technology to analyze the human's movements and actions, allowing the robot to replicate the task with precision and accuracy. This makes it incredibly easy for anyone to train and configure robots, regardless of their technical expertise.
Cheaper. Faster. Better.
Who said you can't have
DLRob has simplified the process of incorporating robotics into operations. Traditional methods of setting up robots require extensive engineering efforts, often involving specialized personnel and extensive technical expertise.
DLRob is far and away the most efficient and effective method of integrating robotics into operations, without the need for a massive engineering project.
DLRob can learn new objects and new tasks to be done with this object in just minutes.
Save money, time, AND improve your operations.
A small sample of real world solutions across industries
DLR helps automate the final stage of packing which is still done by hand because of changing objects. A user can easily teach DLR a new packing task by demonstrating it.
Moving objects or parts between different stations or machines in a production environment. Change objects and teach your Robot new objects
Customized labor-intensive assembly tasks like soldering and screwing in the electronics industry.
Detecting anomalies in production lines and automatically extract non-compliant objects. A user can then adjust the detection threshold to fit their specific production needs.