Neurotechnology launches robotic navigation SDK

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Neurotechnology has released the new SentiBotics Navigation Software Development Kit to give researchers and engineers the tools to develop pathway learning in robotic systems, including object recognition and obstacle detection.

The SDK’s features include training and execution of visuomotor trajectory controls, robot and environment simulation, and support for autonomous recharging, and it can be purchased as a complete package with the company’s mobile reference platform prototype, or in an integration option. It expands the capabilities of the SentiBotics Development Kit 2.0, according to the announcement.

“SentiBotics Navigation SDK provides deep neural network-based robot navigation software ready for integration into customers’ robotic systems,” says Dr. Povilas Daniusis, Neurotechnology team lead for robotics. “The SDK provides robust functionality for robotics engineers as well as academic and educational institutions. The robotics algorithm implementations are designed for robots operating in real indoor environments. They can also be used to compose more complex autonomous behavior.”

Neurotechnology recently launched a deep neural network-powered web platform for image recognition application development in November.

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