Realtime receives confirmation of DARPA Phase II Selection

Realtime received notification today of being selected for DARPA’s Phase II for $1.5 million. Once negotiated, this award will enable Realtime to accelerate the development and integration of spatial perception hardware and software tools, and deepen the software tools for the combined spatial perception-motion planning product offering for market release […]

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Realtime starts autonomous vehicle feasibility studies funded by major multinationals

Realtime Robotics today kicked off significant new feasibility studies for application of its motion planning technology to support real-time quantitative risk assessment of various path choices in complex urban driving scenarios. The studies are expected to be completed in approximately six months, and are designed to allow performance comparisons with […]

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Realtime Robotics in the news: QB Insights

Toyota AI Ventures’ Adler: The Next Step In Autonomous Vehicles Is Moving From Perception To Prediction The head of Toyota’s new venture fund talks the arrival of self-driving cars, but says they must first overcome a host of technical challenges and public perception issues. Toyota is racing to stay competitive in autonomous driving, […]

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Realtime Robotics in the news: Medium

Self-driving Cars vs Humans — 100x Power Efficiency Gap By Nitin Vaish Excerpt: The development of self-driving cars is moving rapidly, with Waymo launching the self-driving car service on the road without front safety driver earlier this month. Kudos to the team! It’s an awesome outcome of the research that was spurred […]

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Realtime Robotics closes $2 million seed round

Investors include SPARX Group Ltd., Scrum Ventures and Toyota AI Ventures BOSTON, MA – October 30, 2017— Realtime Robotics, which develops breakthrough technology that unleashes robots and autonomous vehicles from their current limitations, announced today that it has secured $2 million in seed funding to further its growth. Key investors […]

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Realtime receives confirmation of DARPA SBIR selection

Realtime received notification today of DARPA’s selection of Realtime’s proposal titled ‘Accelerated Low-power Motion Planning for Real-time Interactive Autonomy’ Abstract: The inability to plan in real-time is a major reason why robot manufacturing is restricted to high-value, high-volume products, in carefully engineered factories where robots blindly repeat pre-programmed trajectories. Today, robots […]

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