Leading developer of Artificial Intelligence Robotics, Automatic Guided Vehicles, and Autonomous Mobile Robots, Resgreen Group International (OTCMKTS:RGGI), has highly skilled engineers. They have significant experience in robotics industries and material handling, which has led to intellectual property for the firm.
The institution also gives consulting services including material handling assessment, backend operational oversight, steady state yield management, and material handling assessment. This is done by harnessing technology, AI as well as management systems.
On Wednesday, RGGI stock gained 8.11% to $0.0200 with 355K shares, compared to its average volume of 277K shares. The stock moved within a range of $0.0185 – 0.0218 after opening trade at $0.0218.
Resgreen Group’s Autonomous Mobile Robots Use 2D and 3D LiDAR Systems to Help Navigate Facilities
RGGI on July 13, 2022, shared details on the 2D and 3D LiDAR systems, which will facilitate the autonomous mobile robots to move around warehouses, factories, and buildings without reflectors or any other markers. The natural guidance system harnesses both 3D and 2D LiDARs for scanning the facility. It also creates a map of the area where vehicles are expected to travel. The vehicle then compares the surroundings to the map for verifying the location.
Parsh Patel, CEO at RGGI said that the 3D LiDAR is harnessed in tunneling applications, where the vehicle moves underneath a load handling frame. It connects and moves to another location then. Patel added though the 3D LiDAR gives enormous cloud data, which needs processing, the company harnesses 2D slices for determining the exact location quickly like a traditional laser Time-of-Flight scanner.
Defined as Light Detection and Ranging, LiDAR harnesses laser beams for calculating how long it takes for pulsed light to hit an object and reflect back. The measurements facilitate in creation map of the vehicle’s surroundings for guiding the vehicle safely.
Sarah Carlson, Vice President of Marketing Communications at RGGI said that due to its accuracy, LiDAR is harnessed by a number of autonomous vehicles on the roadways today. Carlson added that it has resulted in LiDAR systems becoming more affordable for AMRs. Furthermore, she said that LiDAR provides the accuracy needed without the need to worry about damage and dust to the camera lens.
The company is using two different ROS-compatible LiDAR products for ensuring that the vehicles comply with other ROS systems too. The system detects 60 to 120 degrees in front of as well as behind the vehicle, besides also at a distance of 14 feet.
Both 3D and 2D LiDAR systems are part of LilBuddy AMR. LilBuddy is an ultra-compact vehicle, which can move loads over two hundred pounds.
“The 3D LiDAR is used primarily in tunneling applications, where the vehicle travels underneath a load handling frame, connects and moves it to another location,” said Parsh Patel, CEO at RGGI. “While the 3D LiDAR produces an enormous amount of point cloud data that needs to be processed, we use a 2D slice to determine the vehicle’s exact location quickly like a traditional laser Time-of-Flight scanner.”
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