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Funded with 4 million euros, the French startup inbolt aims to usher in a new era in industrial robotics by enabling robots to work effectively in structured, semi-structured and unstructured environments and make autonomous decisions, as they do in advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and automated logistics.

In this context, the Paris-based company will be presenting GuideNOW at HANNOVER MESSE 2024, which it claims is a ground-breaking step in real-time robot guidance that seamlessly integrates 3D vision and AI. Powered by a 3D camera attached to the robot, it harnesses the power of real-time AI for workpiece localization, enhanced by GuideNOW Studio - an intuitive web app for AI training.

At the heart of GuideNOW is a state-of-the-art 3D matching vision technology that quickly processes extensive 3D data and is designed to identify the position and orientation of the workpiece with remarkable efficiency. According to inbolt, this dynamic technology immediately adapts the robot's movement pattern.

According to its developers, the GuideNOW solution is not only technically revolutionary, but also cost-efficient. By exploiting the potential of automation in structured, semi-structured and unstructured environments, it is designed to reduce automation costs and allow flexibility. According to inbolt, one of the advantages of the inbolt vision-based solution is its accessibility. Programming GuideNOW is a breeze, says the startup, which can be done in just three steps and in less than 30 minutes - no complex computer vision knowledge is required.