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Deep Learning Robotics (DLR) has launched robot control software. The software allows users to teach robots tasks by simply demonstrating them.
“We are excited to introduce this cutting-edge technology to the world,” Aviv Vana, Marketing Director of DLR, said. “Our goal is to make it easy for anyone to unlock the full potential of robots, regardless of technical expertise. This revolutionary software will greatly expand the use and application of robots in various industries.”
DLR’s software uses machine learning algorithms to allow robots to learn by observing and mimicking human actions. The software is designed with a user-friendly interface so that anyone with any level of robotic knowledge can teach the robots new tasks.
The system has the ability to tell the difference between a human hand and the objects it’s handling. This means it can automatically translate end-user demonstrations into robot control language.
The software can handle a wide range of robots and applications, including industrial manufacturing, home automation and more. It uses plug-and-play technology, which DLR hopes will decrease implementation time.
DLR was founded in 2015 and is based in Ashdod, HaDaron, Isreal. It aims to change how robots are programmed and operated in both structured and unstructured environments.