Triton and Jupiter
Accerion has a new, unique approach to mobile robot navigation. By scanning the existing warehouse or factory floor the systems provide:
• Sub-millimeter accuracy
• Without infrastructure
• Even in dynamic environments
Triton is small, adding high performance to navigation stacks and built for high-volume robot fleets.
Jupiter provides both relative and absolute position, enabling navigation with Jupiter as single localization.
Both systems integrate easily into existing navigation systems.More on JupiterMore on Triton
Accerion sensors are accurate at the sub-millimeter level.
Accerion sensors need no infrastructure. Setup is a snap.
Accerion's sensors work expertly in dynamic environments.
Accerion solutions supporting a diverse range of industries
Mobile robots and AGVs are evolving at an exponential rate, and new uses are developed every day. Our technology evolves as our customer needs – and markets – change. Our focus is on logistics and manufacturing, but our technology is universally applicable in other applications.
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