GUIDEnow

The GuideNOW system enables smarter industrial robots thanks to adaptive real-time robot guidance based on AI and 3D vision.

Reduce costs & improve flexibility of automation by enabling industrial robots to operate in various environments, from structured to unstructured, including dynamic or fixed environments and even unplanned events.

Flexible

Seamless decision-making enables dynamic trajectory changes for any environment.

Reliable

Cutting-edge AI-driven processing ensures accurate real-time robot guidance.

Autonomous

GuideNOW enhances autonomous robotics, enabling real-time adaptation in unpredictable environments.

Supported robots

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RELEASE planned February 2024

INBRAIN

Inbrain is today’s most efficient AI-powered algorithm for the real-time matching of vision sensor data with CAD models or 3D scans.

AI-based Inbrain processes massive amounts of 3D data at high frequency. It identifies the position & orientation of a workpiece and enables the adaption of the robot's trajectory in real-time.
This core software is 100x faster than state-of-the-art algorithms and is hardware agnostic.

Mount our 3D camera on a robotic arm.

HARDWARE SET-Up

Mount our 3D camera on a robotic arm.

Upload the 3D model of the workpiece & train Inbrain.

STUDIO SET-UP

Upload the 3D model of the workpiece & train Inbrain.

GuideNOW adapts the trajectory of  the robot in real-time.

Runtime

GuideNOW adapts the trajectory of  the robot in real-time.

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Features guidenow

OUR BENEFITS

Reduces cost to automation

By reducing the need for these custom jigs and indexing tooling, manufacturing processes can become more efficient and cost-effective.

Reduces programming time

GuideNOW can be set in less than 30 minutes. The user can train every new reference by himself.

Improves line productivity

GuideNOW guidance is real-time while other solutions take several seconds per positioning.

Reduces non-quality

The adaptation of the robot trajectory prevents collisions with the part or the execution of processes in the wrong place.

Select a benefit

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Reduces cost to automation

Reduces programming time

Improve line productivity

Reduces non quality

GuideNOW adapts the trajectory of  the robot in real-time.
Upload the 3D model of the workpiece & train Inbrain.
GuideNOW adapts the trajectory of  the robot in real-time.
GuideNOW adapts the trajectory of  the robot in real-time.
GuideNOW adapts the trajectory of  the robot in real-time.

Reduces cost to automation

By reducing the need for these custom jigs and indexing tooling, manufacturing processes can become more efficient and cost-effective.

Upload the 3D model of the workpiece & train Inbrain.

Reduces programming time

GuideNOW can be set in less than 30 minutes. The user can train every new reference by himself.

GuideNOW adapts the trajectory of  the robot in real-time.

Reduces programming time

GuideNOW can be set in less than 30 minutes. The user can train every new reference by himself.

GuideNOW adapts the trajectory of  the robot in real-time.

Reduces non-quality

The adaptation of the robot trajectory prevents collisions with the part or the execution of processes in the wrong place.

USES CASES

Robot guidance for all types of manufacturing processes

Assembly

Tightening, glueing, etc.

Handling

Picking, machine tending, etc.

Others

Quality control, finishing operations, etc.

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