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A week on from CES 2023 and my head is still reeling. For the first time it felt as if it was SLAMcore that was being courted by the great and the good as the belle of the CES ball. With over 40 high level meetings we’ve never had the levels of interest and attention that I witnessed in Las Vegas last week. Read on to see what they came to experience and why it primes 2023 to be a great year for SLAMcore and the whole industry.
Looking back over the past 12 months one word springs to mind for SLAMcore, acceleration. On every front, SLAMcore has made rapid progress during 2022 and is looking to 2023 full of confidence. We’ve pushed the pedal in terms of securing funding, winning new customers, and expanding and winning awards with others.
When you are working with robots it’s important to be human. Building a supportive, diverse and vibrant culture is at the heart of our mission and our success at SLAMcore. Read more about our values and how we help every individual to shape their own destiny within the company and the industry.
SLAMcore CEO, Owen Nicholson, was featured in last month's issue of Automation Magazine. Titled “Avoiding monoculture for robots and the metaverse” the article speaks to the recently announced Tesla Optimus and the crucial role spatial intelligence will play in the future of robotics and the metaverse.
In the third part of our series exploring the three levels of the full-stack spatial intelligence pyramid we look at semantic understanding. Helping robots answer the question- what's around me?
Leveraging the upgraded Nav2 Stack, SLAMcore's vision-based localisation and occupancy mapping capabilities can be integrated to enable autonomous navigation using a single stereo camera.
Accurate real-time maps are essential for autonomous navigation. Knowing where objects are is critical to path planning and obstacle avoidance. Learn more in this blog.
Deputy Head of Research and Development, Tom Woodley, reflects on his career and time at SLAMcore.