Seegrid Vision enables ordinary vehicles to see the world just like humans do. Taking our cue from nature, our camera 'eyes' come in pairs, and peer all around to capture a complete view of the environment. Armed with thousands of reference points captured in real time, our patented 3D evidence grid technology provides Seegrid vision guided vehicles (VGVs) unparalleled capacity for autonomous navigation.
When Dr. Hans Moravec gave his first robot “sight” at Stanford in the 1970s, it took the vehicle five hours to cross a classroom. Fast forward 30 years, and computing power finally caught up to Hans’ original vision for machine perception. After decades of perfecting vision technology at the Robotics Institute of Carnegie Mellon, Hans founded Seegrid in 2003, bringing artificial intelligence to materials handling. As our Chief Scientist, his vision has guided us ever since.
What we do is who we are – applying technology in the real world to create real value, and having fun doing it.
Today, Seegrid Vision transforms powered industrial vehicles into the next generation of AGVs: Vision Guided Vehicles (VGVs). Guided by cameras instead of wires, lasers, magnets, or tape, VGVs transport goods with unmatched flexibility. Industry leaders depend on VGVs to reduce labor costs, improve safety, increase productivity, and boost competitiveness.
A decade after our founding by one of the world’s most renowned roboticists, Seegrid continues to attract some of the best and the brightest talent. Our culture of passion, drive, and innovation carries into everything we do as a company. At Seegrid, we see the bright future of autonomous navigation, and we’re living that future today.