Unibap and Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) (NASDAQ:AMD) showcases Intelligent Visual Perception Solutions at the Embedded World exhibition in Nuremberg Germany.
– We are very proud to unveil our portfolio of advance visual perception products together with AMD here at the Embedded World 2016 exhibition. Together we are introducing true safety critical intelligent machine vision for autonomous systems such as self driving cars, construction equipment, health care robotics, drones etc., says Professor Lars Asplund, chairman of Unibap AB.
Unibap has acquired all assets of Robcab AB including patents, designs, and ordering system for the RobCab Autonomous Transportation Robot Systems to hospitals and health care centers.
Mälardalen is considered to be the European center of excellence in automation and robotics, hosting amongst others ABB, a world leader in industrial robotics as well as a number of companies in the area of health robotics. Many innovative robotics start-up companies collaborates under the umbrella of Robotdalen and automation industry association Automation Region.
The heritage of RobCab goes back to ABB more than 10 years, where ABB with their resources laid the foundation for today’s RobCab with an in depth research & development effort and market study focusing on the future of robotics. 1st generation RobCab robot was launched in 2004 following by the 2nd generation robot in 2010 proving user’s acceptance and total concept.
Unibap AB (f.m. Bruhnspace Advanced Projects AB) is revealing a new graphical profile in preparation of upcoming product releases and new business areas.
Unibap’s new corporate visual language is inspired by the shape “U” as in Uppsala, Universal, Unified, University, Ultimate and distributed intelligence through networked synapses.
ABB has selected Unibap to provide engineering support on visual perception systems for automation. Unibap will also provide a proof-of-concept demonstrator featuring Unibap’s heterogeneous processing systems. The support will be provided during 2015 and 2016.