We See a World of Possibility
Our advanced automation and robotics technology is a continuation of breakthrough robotics pioneered by world-renowned roboticist Dr. Hans Moravec, our chief scientist. After decades of perfecting vision technology, Hans founded Seegrid in 2003, bringing mobile robotics to material handling. Seegrid's navigation technology is proven and unique, protected by 100+ patents, trade secrets, and proprietary information.
Seegrid embraces ingenuity and has a visionary mindset. Continuously evolving to support customers’ complex supply chain and operational challenges, Seegrid is committed to the advancement of our proprietary, state-of-the-art artificial intelligence technologies—leading our customers into the future of intelligent automation with reliable robotics technology and flexible industrial automation solutions.
Seegrid’s Proprietary, AI-Based Algorithms
Global leaders in logistics, e-commerce, and manufacturing leverage Seegrid’s algorithms through mobile robots and enterprise software to drive efficiency, reduce cost, and improve safety.
with 3D Computer Vision
Individually equipped with our proprietary computer vision system, Palion AMRs see a three-dimensional world just like humans do. Seegrid’s AI-based algorithm collects and prioritizes massive amounts of real-world, live data points, enabling Seegrid robots to reliably navigate in busy, ever-changing industrial environments.
for Optimized Performance
Data is captured in every centimeter of a robot’s journey and leveraged by sophisticated machine learning techniques to continuously increase the understanding and capability of the robotic fleet.
This data exhaust is captured by Seegrid’s enterprise software, Supervisor and Fleet Geek, providing powerful insights and vital information about the status and performance of the Palion AMR fleet to maximize the performance and optimization of material flow.
We are passionate about delivering safe, flexible, and effective automation solutions that work.
Ready to explore how Seegrid can help?