Entries by Ilan Weiss

Let’s talk about ROS and MOV.AI

As you might know, there is a lot going with ROS, the Robot Operating System, which is robotics middleware. ROS aims to provide services designed for a heterogeneous computer cluster such as hardware abstraction, low-level device control, implementation of commonly used functionality, message-passing between processes, and package management. Despite its name, ROS is not an operating system. That’s were […]

Trends that MOV.AI will be following closely in 2019

As a robotics company, we at Mov.AI are following closely what’s hot and what’s not in the field of robotics. There are a few trends that we will keep on following closely during 2019, namely the 4th industrial revolution, the general acceptance of autonomous robots, the rising demand for industrial robots, and ROS of course. The fourth industrial […]

Web Summit 2018 – Come and listen to the pitch Limor Schweitzer of MOV.AI

Attending Web Summit 2018 in Lisbon, Portugal? Want to learn more about MOV.AI, one of the startups everyone will be talking about in 2019? Dozens of the world’s leading startup investors think so. Join more than 1,000 VCs on Wednesday September 7 at 10.00am to hear how MOV.AI is changing the autonomous mobile robots market with its […]

The impact of ROSCon and IROS on the intelligent robots revolution

Recently, two major industry events took place: ROSCon and IROS. ROSCon enabled ROS developers of all levels, from beginner to expert, to spend two action-packed days in Madrid, learning from and networking with the ROS community. IROS (IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems) also took place in Madrid. Under the motto “Towards a Robotic Society”, the […]

MOV.AI will give Robots a System Similar to Android for Smartphones – If Everything Goes According to Plan

Karol Kunat of the Polish tech mag Tabletowo, made an important point in his article. ed out that Android is so powerful sine it is the most popular  and (almost) open operating system for smartphones. He went on the state that robots need something similar. However, a lot of systems are currently proprietary, and therefore expensive since buying licenses is needed. […]