Any Manipulator. Any Sensor. Any Hardware.
Olis builds an operating system that functions as a semi-autonomous brain for thousands of existing robots active in the field today.
Pilot-controlled remote robotic systems perform critical tasks in challenging hostile environments where work needs to be completed but is often too costly and dangerous for humans. Efficiency and capability are currently hampered by cumbersome or awkward control systems and other software limitations.
Olis’ hardware-agnostic software provides variable levels of autonomy and machine learning capabilities to unlock the potential for scores of robotic applications. Our technology enables robotic telework in areas including offshore energy, nuclear decommissioning, cleaning and maintenance of bridges, buildings and other infrastructure, remediation for environmental and health crises, and the infinite domain of space.
Olis’ universal operating system amplifies the capabilities of legacy robots by improving dexterity, precision, efficiency, and overall mission success, while simultaneously reducing downtime and driving down costs.
"Living" Digital Twins
Digital replicas of the physical workspace (physical twin) are used to represent the relevant information to execute remote robotic scenarios. Digital twins can profoundly enhance a pilot’s ability to make proactive, data-driven decisions, increasing efficiency and avoiding potential issues.
Adaptive Machine Learning
Machine learning is a subset of artificial intelligence in the field of computer science that uses statistical techniques to give computers the ability to "learn" with data, without being explicitly programmed. Olis’ software allows pilots to teach machines what’s important in the workspace on-the-fly.
Olis’ hardware agnostic software promises to make the use of remote robotics routine by offering variable levels of adaptive autonomy to assist robots in executing tasks safely and efficiently. Variable levels of autonomy allows the pilot to balance the complexity of the task with the level of risk inherent in the remote robotic operation scenario.
Olis offers variable autonomy software for remote robotic systems to deliver improved pilot-operated safety and efficiency today while providing a platform for autonomous solutions in the future.
A new wave of technological advances in low-cost sensor technology, high data rate communication links and high-performance processing power enables Olis’ innovative control software to employ novel machine learning, 3D environment monitoring and assistive robotic control algorithms to increase remote robotic operational capabilities.
Importantly, Olis software can be integrated into existing robotic systems to allow piloted systems of today to become the fully autonomous systems of tomorrow.