PickNik partners with Realtime Robotics

We are thrilled to welcome PickNik Robotics as our latest integration partner! The company recently incorporated RapidPlan into the MoveIt! open source motion planning framework. This allows users to seamlessly integrate our real-time motion planning technology into their existing robotic development process. This will make it easier to deploy our solution […]

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Deciphering Deconfliction So Robots Can Work in Harmony

Many automation tasks are amenable to being performed by multiple robots working together within the same work-cell. The robots can perform similar jobs—for example, painting different portions of an object—or they can perform different jobs, like wrapping and packaging. In the case of heterogenous jobs, you might even want to […]

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Solving the Autonomous Vehicles Motion Planning Conundrum

Our last blog explained the importance of motion planning for the adoption of AV. In this post, we’ll discuss how Realtime Robotics is enabling normal autonomous driving in urban environments. Realtime Robotics has developed its own, special-purpose computer processor for AV motion planning to address the critical need for super-fast motion […]

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Autonomous Driving and the Need For Motion Planning

Our last blog outlined why autonomous vehicles are not a passing fad and are the future of transportation. However to realize their full potential motion planning is an essential component that will address a myriad of safety challenges. Before we dive into motion planning let’s look at autonomous driving in more […]

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Solving the Autonomous Vehicle Safety Challenges

The future of driving is automated.  The certainty of this future—despite well-publicized delays and technical challenges—derives from the numerous and substantial benefits of autonomous vehicles (AVs).  The potential safety benefits are extraordinary. At least 31% of road deaths happen in DUI crashes, and an additional 10% occur when the driver is either […]

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Realtime “graduates” from MassRobotics

Realtime Robotics “graduated” from the MassRobotics incubator late last year. Not-for-profit MassRobotics is a Boston-based workspace for robotics companies to collaborate, build and innovate. Realtime Robotics originally headquartered in MassRobotics as it provided a reasonably priced, centrally located office and lab space that offered the flexibility to grow with their project needs […]

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Realtime Robotics Introduces RapidPlan and RapidSense Solutions Enabling Faster, More Capable Robots With Real-Time Motion Planning

Makes Robots Do Real Work, Real Fast, in the Real World AUTOMATE – Chicago – (Apr. 10th, 2019) – Realtime Robotics, Inc. announced today the immediate availability of its collision-free motion planning solutions that make it possible for all robots to navigate dynamic environments smoothly, quickly and intuitively. Its RapidPlan and RapidSense solutions […]

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Realtime Robotics Named Finalist in Automate Launch Pad Startup Competition

Enables Robots to Operate Collision-Free in Dynamic, Unstructured Environments BOSTON (Mar. 26, 2019) – Realtime Robotics, an innovative automation startup incubated at MassRobotics, has been selected from a highly competitive field as a finalist in the Launch Pad Startup Competition to be held at Automate in Chicago.  The company, along with six others, will pitch […]

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We welcome Jason Barton to our team!

Realtime Robotics on-boards Jason Barton as Chief Commercial Officer Brings Robotics Industry and Global Go-To-Market Expertise to Robotics Start-­Up Boston, MA – Nov 26th, 2018 –Realtime Robotics, Inc. today announced it has hired Jason Barton to serve as the Company’s Chief Commercial Officer, effective October 30th, 2018. Founded by Prof. […]

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Realtime Robotics, Inc Awarded Competitive Grant from the National Science Foundation

Small Business Innovation Research Program Provides Seed Funding for R&D Boston, MA, July 3, 2018 – Realtime Robotics has been awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant for$225,000 to conduct research and development (R&D) work onRisk-Aware Motion Planning for Autonomous Vehicles. This R&D work will […]

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