Brain Corp, a San Diego-based AI company, has announced the launch of new user experience (UX) design and reporting capabilities in an effort to simplify the usage of autonomous mobile robots (AMRs) at scale.
The software enhancements are designed to optimise usage of BrainOS-powered robots for different types of users –from a robot operator to management personnel—on a global basis.
They also include new software features for BrainOS-enabled robotic scrubbers that deliver improved cleaning efficiency and flexibility for commercial locations.
BrainOS is a pioneering AI software platform that is used to build, operate, and manage multiple robotic applications.
The new software release includes the following features and functionality that elevate the use and adoption of robotics for businesses and their employees:
- Universal design and iconography – A new “glanceable” user interface (UI) featuring international symbols.
- Route-cleaning upgrades – New features for BrainOS-powered robotic scrubbers give robot operators maximum flexibility in cleaning their commercial locations. “Multiple consecutive routes” allows for up to six different routes to be scheduled and executed. “Route repeat” allows for a continuous loop of one or more routes to clean problem areas.
- Unified reporting across applications – An industry-first capability that enables executives to get performance metrics of multiple BrainOS-powered robotic applications via a single interface. Users can easily toggle back and forth between the different robotic applications to see core usage metrics, enabling them to quickly understand the overall impact of their robotics program on their operations.
- Report internationalisation – BrainOS reporting interfaces now come in a dozen different languages, with more on the way, to help global businesses better manage their robotic fleets in multiple countries.
- New reporting at scale – Thanks to a new centralised data warehouse and a high-performance reporting infrastructure, users of BrainOS robots can now look at activity reports and autonomous usage metrics for one robot in one store or thousands of robots across the globe within seconds.
“Our goal is to make BrainOS-powered robots dead simple to use for any global audience and to help end customers better collect and leverage robotic data so they deliver better customer experiences,” said Jon Thomason, CTO of Brain Corp.
“This new release extends the value of our platform and sets the bar for what users should expect from their investment in autonomous robots.”
Through its global manufacturing partners, Brain Corp currently operates more than 14,000 AMRs worldwide – the largest fleet of its kind operating in high-traffic commercial indoor locations.
The company’s robotic applications include floor scrubbers, vacuums, delivery tugs, and a new shelf analytics application that is currently being piloted in major retail locations.
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