Advanced Micro Robotics brings robot technology onto the desktop using its brand ofeasy-to-use software starting with the MicroArm robot arm. Most robot arms today are Industrial arms that are too large, dangerous, expensive and difficult to learn and operate.These barriers are overwhelming for most schools, small businesses, and hobbyists.
Operating and programming today’s typical robot arm requires an engineering background and months of training. Advanced Micro Robotics provides arms that are so easy to use that a typical high school student can operate them with no training.
Most robot arms require days if not weeks to install. Advanced Micro Robotics provides robot arms that install in minutes and run immediately. The out of the box experience will be as simple as installing a new printer.
Most robot arms are dangerous; require complicated safety gates, sensors and switches. Many arms operate at very high voltages, are heavy, require large amounts of space and have special needs such as compressed air and isolated environments. Advanced Micro Robotics provides a safe, small, lightweight arm that can do no harm. It operates only on low voltage electronics similar to those found on a PC and only requires desktop space the size of a book.
The majority of robot arms on the market today use a proprietary software interface with obscure development tools that are difficult to learn and use. These systems typically run on their own proprietary hardware and if they allow a PC to interface with it, it is usually an afterthought that is poorly implemented. Advanced Micro Robotics’ arms have the PC as its native control interface thus reducing cost while building off an existing base of hundreds of millions of computers.
In addition, the simple programming interface will allow thousands of developers and small businesses a way to create commercial applications for these new robot arms.
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