Cracking the Code on Remote Robotics.
Imagine trying to change a lightbulb in a very dark, small space with one hand, two fingers, and one eye, all while trying to balance on roller skates.
This is the current world of pilot-controlled remote robotics, used to complete important tasks in environments that are too costly and/or dangerous for humans.
Fixing pumps and maintaining equipment at thousands of feet below sea level. Setting up data-gathering equipment in space. Cleaning up nuclear waste. Critical tasks and the cost of a control error can often be tens or hundreds of thousands of dollars or more.
Currently there are thousands of dumb robots with no brains and the humans who control them are stripped of their senses due to technology limitations.
Olis has cracked that code.
Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) pilots operating in deep and dark waters perform tasks faster and more efficiently while simultaneously reducing downtime and cost with Olis' variable levels of autonomy.
Robots have taken over difficult, dangerous and repetitive physical tasks in the factory, now it's time to improve worker safety, comfort and processes outside the factory.
The commercialization of space is real and happening now. New robotics capabilities will be critical to service and maintain orbital research and manufacturing, as well as human-occupied space habitats.
Robotics provide governments more options to increase personnel safety while lowering costs of vital operations in harsh, remote environments. Robotics also allow increased efficiencies in maintenance, surveillance and security not currently possible.