Oceaneering International announced that it has chosen BlueBotics, S.A, to provide navigation technology for its line of industrial autonomous mobile robots.
“Our goal is to unlock the full potential of mobile robotics and enable widespread adoption in all industries,” said Henny Bouwmeester, Vice President and General Manager of Oceaneering Mobile Robotics. “To achieve this, our technology offering needs to be accessible, easy-to-use, and flexible to accommodate our client’s needs.
BlueBotics Navigation Technology
“BlueBotics, with its proven technology that requires little to no additional infrastructure, will be an integral part of our solution stack and is highly complementary to our product and service offerings.”
“We are delighted to partner with Oceaneering, one of the leading AGV producers in North America and Europe,” said Dr. Nicola Tomatis, CEO of BlueBotics. “With our customer-focused approach, proven ANT® navigation technology, and close technical support, we see strong synergies between our companies, and we look forward to helping Oceaneering’s team bring numerous successful ANT® driven vehicles to market.”
About Oceaneering Mobile Robotics
With over 1700 mobile robotics deployed worldwide and with over 30 million miles accumulated, Oceaneering Mobile Robotics (OMR) delivers best-in-class solutions with the lowest total cost without sacrificing performance. For over 30 years, OMR has been a trusted partner of exclusive brands in the toy, pharmaceutical, healthcare, manufacturing, and automotive industries. Oceaneering.com/OMR
BlueBotics is the reference in natural navigation and has the mission to help companies meet the challenge of vehicle automation. With more than 20 years of industry experience, the company provides the autonomous navigation technology (ANT) and expert support customers need to bring their AGV, automated forklift, or mobile robot successfully to market. Today, there are more than 3,000 ANT driven vehicles in operation worldwide. BlueBotics.com
BlueBotics is a ZAPI GROUP company.