OSARO, a leader in machine learning software for piece-picking and factory automation, will debut its new ‘Orientation’ feature for the company’s flagship product, OSARO Vision, at IREX 2019 in Tokyo. IREX is the largest international trade show for robotics in the world, and during the four days, hosts more than 612 exhibitors and 130,000 visitors.
OSARO will demonstrate their new ‘Orientation’ feature with partners Innotech and Denso Wave at Denso Wave’s IREX Booth #W2-29 at IREX, December 18-21, 2019.
“We have worked closely with both Innotech and Denso Wave in the last few years, accelerating and improving the development of our software products to meet growing customer needs,” said OSARO CEO, Derik Pridmore.
Innotech Corporation is an Electronics Design Service principally engaged in the development and sale of semiconductor-related products and electronic components. Its Semiconductor Design segment is involved in the import and sale of electronic design automation (EDA) software. Innotech has partnered with OSARO for the last three years to distribute warehouse and factory automation solutions, with OSARO’s software and conduct installation support.
Denso Wave is a subsidiary of Denso, which focuses on automatic identification and data capture, industrial robots, and industrial controllers for manufacturers. The parent company, Denso, is one of the largest global automotive suppliers of advanced technology, systems and components.
Yosuke Sawada, General Manager of the Robot Business Division at Denso Wave, commented: “OSARO’s newly developed ‘Orientation’ feature is one of the technologies customers have been waiting for. This exciting new feature helps identify challenging items and improve picking rates for warehouse operators and factory automators.”
The new OSARO feature enables picking robots to detect the orientation of features in a jumbled bin, using a single camera. The introduction of this new feature cements OSARO’s expertise in fast and unmatched recognition of jumbled, transparent, reflective or deformable products – boosting the efficiency of material handling processes.
OSARO is a San Francisco-based machine learning company, specializing in AI software for industrial automation. Earlier this year, OSARO was honored as one of the “100 most promising startups” by CNBC’s annual UPstart 100, a list of the brightest, most intriguing young startups of 2019. The company employs top talent from UC Berkeley, Stanford, and MIT.
OSARO offers integrated perception and control software for industrial scale robotic deployments (ASRS, auto manufacturing, food prep, and ecommerce). The company’s cloud-based data and GPU infrastructure is designed for the most flexible, intelligent picking system on the market. OSARO began deploying of its first solution, OSARO Pick, in Japan in early 2018. For more information, additional photos and employment opportunities, please visit www.osaro.com and follow the company on Twitter @osaroAI.