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About a year ago, we announced a partnership with Lehigh University students to support academic research in intelligent machines. Over the course of the year, Lehigh students integrated a number of new artificial intelligence-based technologies into the Ohmni Developer Edition robotics platform. By adding off-the-shelf sensors, open deep learning modules and cloud-based NLP onto Ohmni Developer Edition, Lehigh students were able to deploy an AI-enabled robot and explore many real-world applications at low cost.  Navigation…

We often get the question, “What is your relationship with OhmniLabs?” To answer this question, we are going to take a “deep dive” into what OhmniLabs is, why it was created, and how it relates to the Kambria Platform. As we prepare to launch additional functionality for our platform, we will cover in great detail the relationship we have with our corporate sponsor, OhmniLabs, what technologies will be available on Kambria’s Open Innovation Platform, and…

Deep learning is a powerful tool when applied to robotics. This article discusses how OhmniLabs uses deep learning for autodocking calibration in its telepresence robot. The Ohmni robot has the capability of finding its docking station and moving to that station for recharging. Calibration between the camera image and the robot coordinates in the real world is an important step of autodocking. In order to function properly, we first have to find some keypoints of…