Stereolabs and Syslogic have partnered to power advanced autonomous robotics solutions – driven by enhanced sensing capabilities – for industries that operate in harsh outdoor conditions.
Stereolabs is an industry leader in stereo vision hardware and software, unlocking advanced depth sensing and perception solutions for a wide range of applications and industries.
This partnership combines the company’s technology with Syslogic’s durable and powerful hardware – including industrial computers and AI embedded systems – designed specifically to endure unpredictable environments for agriculture, railway, and construction machinery, as well as mobile robotics.
This collaboration will allow Stereolabs to leverage Syslogic’s computing power to enable advanced 3D vision and spatial understanding in harsh environmental conditions. Ultimately, the combination of these cutting-edge technologies will drive advances in automation and precision.
Syslogic’s rugged computers are exceptionally durable and reliable. They are specifically designed for use in vehicles or mobile robots. They can be coupled with sensors such as LiDAR or radar, connected to the vehicle via CAN and offer multi-band GNSS with RTK.
Combined with the Stereolabs camera, Syslogic is the ideal hardware platform for computer vision applications in industrial and mobile robots.
This news builds on previous collaborations between Stereolabs and Syslogic, including their work on Stereolabs’ ZED X industrial-grade AI stereo camera, which leverages Syslogic’s AI rugged computers to operate in all manner of weather and terrain.
Cecile Schmollgruber, CEO and co-founder of Stereolabs, said; “We’re thrilled to work with Syslogic to offer new autonomous robotics solutions, helping industries that need durable, powerful hardware. We believe that robotics is the future of safe and efficient farming, construction, and beyond.
“By combining our precise sensing capabilities with their computing solutions that are tailor-made for outdoor conditions, we’re ushering in that future today.”
Raphael Binder, CEO of Syslogic, added; “The coupling of our AI embedded systems – which are specifically designed to endure harsh outdoor conditions – with Stereolabs’ sensing hardware and software allows for significant strides for autonomous technology.
“Syslogic’s computing power allows Stereolabs to create a continuous and seamless all-around view of the environment, all while remaining resistant to shock, vibration, moisture, and dust. In industries with countless factors to consider, these capabilities are a must-have.”