November 23, 2015 by Manufacturing AUTOMATION
Nov. 23, 2015 – Great Rock Development’s wholly owned subsidiary Cyberworks Robotics has announced a return to the robotic industrial cleaning market.
As an autonomous mobile robotics engineering company with over 30 years of experience, Cyberworks says it has “revolutionized autonomous robotic vision and guidance systems, this time redefining the way industrial space will be cleaned.”
“We were the pioneers in this massive market decades ago,” said Vivek Burhanpurkar, president of Great Rock. “Some 25 years ago, Cyberworks worked with major companies in this industry to manufacture and sell autonomous robots for industrial cleaning […] We are not interested in the consumer market where products like Roomba dominate. The industrial market is a totally different animal and we know the major multinational players within it.”
The company’s mission is to leverage its technology to allow for the “ubiquitous deployment of robotics in society,” it notes.
“We created this market, in partnership with leading industrial companies, when we developed the world’s first industrial robotic sweeper and the technology we have today is once again years ahead of the competition. Industry participants will now be able to retro-fit the Cyberworks Guidance System into existing fielded equipment, creating an inexpensive robotics machine,” Burhanpurkar added.