A lightweight, power-efficient robotic arm is essential for use in a self-propelled electric wheelchair with limited battery capacity. The robotics leveraged by AT Advantage strike a critical balance between highly dexterous, safe, and affordable
Technology that senses the real world in 3-D enabling new levels of machine capabilities and safety in a constantly changing world..
Very large datasets are generated in the lab and in the field. Leveraging imagery collected globally, variations in both local culture and geography allows for improved object recognition.
Reinforced learning both in the lab and in the field improves the robotic planning and execution. Especially critical in the assistive technology domain is the need to have a trainable robot that learns the preferences of the individual and builds trust between man and machine.