Maryland-based Quasi Robotics has unveiled its latest offering, Model C2, an autonomous delivery solution designed to streamline material movement and eliminate manual item transport. The C2 cart is now available for pre-order, with shipping set to begin in the fourth quarter of 2023.
Model C2 is built on Quasi Robotics’ proprietary Quasi intelligence platform (QAI), an AI software that is fully integrable with all of the company’s solutions. The cart can connect to Cloud Connect, Quasi’s central user application and control center, providing visibility and management for the fleet of Quasi solutions. Users can access extensive data reporting on various aspects of the C2 cart’s functioning, including productivity insights, utilization audits, charging activity, and maintenance cost modules.
The Model C2 aims to offer more functionality at greater affordability compared to non-connected robotics. It is an out-of-the-box solution that can be deployed in under an hour without the need for training, configuration, or facility modification. Users can easily create and update pre-programmed destinations and schedule delivery routes using the intuitive touch-screen controls. Adaptive navigation, along with active obstacle avoidance and route re-calculation, ensures reliable driving autonomy and successful deliveries.
The C2 also offers optional Wi-Fi, Cloud Connect, and external systems integrations, making it a modular solution that can be customized to accommodate the needs of different facilities. Quasi Robotics envisions the C2 cart as a solution to increase operational productivity and transform manual workflows with autonomous, integrated robotics.
The Model C2 specifications include full operational traceability with Wi-Fi and Quasi Cloud Connect, an intuitive touchscreen interface, a high-capacity battery with 16 hours of continuous use, integration with existing facility management systems, and a wide array of sensors for operational safety and obstacle avoidance.
Model C2 is priced at $15,999.00, including delivery, and is available for order on Quasi Robotics’ website.
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– Autonomous robotics: Robotics systems capable of operating without human intervention or control.
– AI software: Software that utilizes artificial intelligence techniques to perform tasks that typically require human intelligence.
– Integration: The process of combining different components or systems to form a unified whole.
– AI algorithms: Mathematical instructions that enable machines to learn from and make decisions or predictions based on data.
– Traceability: The ability to track and record the history, location, and usage of a product or asset.
– Obstacle avoidance: The capability of a robot or autonomous system to detect and navigate around obstacles in its environment.
Title: Quasi Robotics Introduces Model C2 – An Effortless Solution for Material Movement