Accepted into Microsoft for Startups 🚀, patent application submitted , giant client deal on the horizon 🌅
We see partnerships with big cloud service providers an essential asset for us to sustain the widespread adaptation of our technology. As you know, we are a partner at the NVIDIA Inception Program, and this week we have been accepted into Microsoft for Startups program. The program focuses on autonomous vehicles and robots of all kinds. The new partnership is a chance for us to start implementing and testing our cloud robotics architecture on Microsoft Azure Cloud.
Past week, we submitted our new patent application. As we discussed in numerous cases, our vision is to solve the connectivity and real-time data management problem of autonomous vehicles. One of our innovations in the field of autonomous drones and vehicles in a broader sense is our robotics base stations.
Robotic Bases are either stationary or mobile robots that provide powerful edge computing capabilities. They can store parts of the cloud intelligence when requested by autonomous drones and vehicles, allowing them to utilize the necessary functions even in the absence of a robust communication link. In terms of connectivity, Robotic Bases act as multi-casting routers to provide cloud intelligence to autonomous agents using the internet. We submitted a new patent application for our robotic base innovation.
We are working on a new big deal with a UK company to deploy our solution for a new 500 MW solar plant. Still not signed, but will publish an update as soon as we sign an LOI.
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