Posted September 29 , 2021
Mujin Inc., a Japanese company that has brought “machine intelligence” to robots across Asia since 2011, today opened its first office in North America. Mujin Corp.'s facility in Sandy Springs, Ga., north of Atlanta, will house its expanding engineering, sales, and support staff, including Ross Diankov, co-founder of Mujin and CEO of Mujin Corp.
“Companies that want to automate mundane and repetitive material-handling tasks face a myriad of challenges, from the high costs of developing solutions for their difficult applications to unscheduled downtime and reprogramming costs when things don’t go as planned, or when robots must be reprogrammed due to a change in product or workflow,” stated Diankov.
“As some of the largest companies in Asia have experienced, Mujin will bring a new wave of robotics technology to the U.S. market, with robots no longer needing to be taught how to move explicitly,” he claimed. “Instead, the robots will already ‘know’ what they need through what we call ‘machine intelligence,’ which enables more capability and efficiency for robot picking applications that were previously impractical or difficult to deploy.”
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