Robotics engine platform for AGV/AMR development
The MOV.AI Robotics Engine Platform provides Robot Manufacturers with out-of-the-box tools and infrastructure to develop unique, easy to deploy AMR software at a fraction of the time and cost.
The standard tools, libraries, and APIs seamlessly integrate with your proprietary software and functional algorithms allowing you to differentiate your AMRs through software.
Pick and choose from state-of-the-art, off-the-shelf functionality such as mapping, collaboration localization, navigation, and risk prevention – optimized for dynamic environments.
OR use the open robotics development platform to allow expert developers to develop unique, non-standard robot functionality with a ROS based software development environment.
Based on ROS, but with the added benefit of built-in lifecycle management and upgrade tools, built in security, safety, risk prevention and compliance.
Off-the-shelf algorithms from MOV.AI providing high performance through simple simple integration and configuration.
Enabling ±2 cm localization accuracy in 85% dynamic environments.
Ensures safety and optimal movement in highly dynamic environments by continuously adjusting the path plan according to real time data. Multi-protocol API development framework.
Integrates advanced sensing and localization with autonomous navigation and control to reduce the risks involved in highly dynamic environments.
To ensure accuracy and avoid degradation due to accidents, vibrations, or sudden temperature changes.
Speed up robot development and deliver enterprise grade products
An intuitive visual interface that speeds up robot software development.
Select from off-the-of-shelf drivers, algorithms, data processors and advanced flows from MOV.AI or 3rd parties, use available ROS nodes or or develop and configure your own.
That allows developers to easily integrate and configure MOV.AI and 3rd party off-the-shelf algorithms and drivers.
Speed up development without compromising on quality by testing robot software without the need for a physical robot.