We changed our company name to Kyoto Robotics. Our mission is to promote the widespread adoption of intelligent robots in factories and warehouses.
TVS 3D Robot Vision Sensor uses high-speed, high-accuracy 3D recognition to automate the pick-and-place of randomly displaced workpieces.
We are seeking talented people with expertise in 3D vision and robot motion planning to join our research and development department.
Kyoto Robotics Corporation has announced that it has raised JPY 800 million from Mirai Creation Fund II and Forvision International Limited and Mitsubishi UFJ Capital.
We are delighted to announce that we changed our company name from 3D MEDiA Company Limited to Kyoto Robotics Corporation.
Kyoto Robotics, Gang Xu, our president and CEO, is awarded as one of 300 Small Businesses of "Habataku" (Spreading Wings) Small and Medium Enterprises.
Gang Xu, our president and CEO, won Japan Venture Awards 2017. Japan Venture Awards is a honarable award program for domestic companies.
Based on the vision and intelligence technology we have developed for factory automation, we are introducing a complete logistics solution. We aim to automate logistics with automated piece-picking, palletizing and de-palletizing solutions.
Using our strength in high-accuracy 3D measurement based on machine vision, we can provide innovative solutions. We are able to overcome problems that are difficult to solve using 2D vision or traditional 3D vision. We develop and provide 3D vision sensors based on our high precision 3D recognition technology. We enhance industrial robots with vison and intelligence in order to increase product quality and reduce the amount of manual labor in factories.
Previously, Kyoto Robotics has developed the innovative 3D vision sensor "TVS", which is currently deployed in many robot bin-picking applications, and thus contributed greatly to the realization of factory automation (FA). Now, we are beginning the development of Intelligent Picking Robot (IPR) for logistics systems.