Autonomous Delivery Robot Relies On Powerful OS

(Brain Corp.)

Brain Corp. introduces AutoDelivery, a new proof-of-concept robot powered by its BrainOS, a commercial operating system for the production, deployment, and support of autonomous mobile robots (AMRs). The technology currently powers multiple machines within the robotic floor care industry. Its latest product, an autonomous tug powered by BrainOS, can operate across a variety of public environments, enabling the seamless transportation and delivery of goods from point A to B.


Capable of towing several common cart types, AutoDelivery provides easily customized, automated delivery solutions for commercial and retail facilities, as well as warehouses and factories. With this robot, users can improve workflows, boost productivity, increase efficiency, and reduce interruptions. 

Sponsored by Infosys

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Brain Corp is currently exploring potential manufacturing partners for the delivery robot and projects a commercial launch of the product in early 2020. For deeper revelations, look at the BrainOS product page.

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