Robotic devices design and development has challenges in

1. Perception and Sensing: Robots need accurate perception and sensing capabilities to understand and interpret their environment. Developing advanced sensors, computer vision algorithms, and sensor fusion techniques that provide reliable and real-time data about the robot’s surroundings is a significant challenge.

2. Manipulation and Dexterity: Enabling robots to manipulate objects and perform complex tasks with precision and dexterity is challenging. Designing robotic hands and end-effectors that can handle various objects, developing robust grasping and manipulation algorithms, and achieving human-like dexterity are ongoing research areas.

3. Autonomous Navigation and Mapping: Robots operating in dynamic and unstructured environments require robust navigation and mapping capabilities. Developing algorithms and systems that allow robots to navigate autonomously, avoid obstacles, create maps, and adapt to changing environments are significant challenges, especially in complex and unknown scenarios.

Our Footprints:
Our core team has vast experience with robotic devices and subsystems such as consumer electronic devices based on robotics, allowing us to meet the diverse design, development, and validation needs of our customers.