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Robotic Development Services

From healthcare and homecare to education and industrial automation, we help you develop autonomous and powerful robotic systems that make a real difference.
What we do What’s included

What we do

We build autonomous robotic systems for various applications. Examples of robots we've developed include an autonomous robotic lawn mower, educational robots, drones, and quadcopters. We employ our best minds and the most sophisticated technologies such as artificial intelligence and computer vision to build autonomous systems with haptics, pattern recognition, facial recognition, situational awareness, and navigation.


What's included?

Our service offerings in robotic development include custom engineering for turnkey robots from conceptualization to simulation, ROS-based product development, AI Robotics, and robotic solutions for industrial automation. We also engage in R&D projects with a high level of complexity. See our expertise below:

Flying drones

We began specializing in drone technology when autopilots just started to appear on the market. Today we develop next-generation drones, Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV), and quadcopters that offer robust connectivity, advanced processing power, and long battery life.

Robots on wheels

Our expertise in mobile robots on wheels extends to a variety of applications. We design, build and program robots that are controlled by a central computer or an array of processing units based on information received by video cameras.

Autonomous movement

Mobile autonomous robots that we develop can define their positioning, detect obstacles, navigate their environment, and control their operations. We use Simultaneous Localization and Mapping (SLAM) technologies and OpenCV for constructing maps of the environment, tracking the robot’s location, and enabling autonomous movement.

Applications for Robot Operating System (ROS)

The Robot Operating System (ROS) is a set of open source tools that we use to build applications for robots and autonomous solutions. We design ROS-powered robotic systems with state-of-the-art algorithms and impressive functionality.


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R&D Firmware development Robotics Embedded software development Computer vision Consumer electronics Embedded hardware development

Autonomous Robotic Lawn Mower

The robotic mower has an autonomous navigation system powered by sensors and intelligent algorithms. We implemented full-cycle project development from hardware design to software development.

Our clients include enterprise companies, research centers, and innovative startups from all over the world

How we work

Check out the table below to learn more about how we work and where your involvement is most needed depending on the type of collaboration model.

AREA OF RESPONSIBILITY

PROJECT-BASED OUTSOURCING

DEDICATED DEVELOPMENT TEAM

RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

PROJECT REQUIREMENTS

SHARED

SHARED

YOU

ROBOT DESIGN

INTEGRA

INTEGRA/SHARED

INTEGRA

ENGINEERING

INTEGRA

INTEGRA

INTEGRA

PROTOTYPING

INTEGRA

SHARED

SHARED

TESTING

INTEGRA

SHARED

SHARED

DELIVERY MANAGEMENT

INTEGRA

SHARED

MANUFACTURING

INTEGRA/SHARED

SHARED

Frequently Asked Questions

Read this information to better understand the process of robotics development.

What sensors have you worked with?

From temperature to light to motion, check out the full list of sensors we have hands-on experience with:

  • Temperature
  • Pressure
  • Humidity
  • Accelerometer
  • Gyroscope
  • Magnetometer
  • IMU
  • Light
  • IR
  • Ultrasonic
  • Scales
  • GPS
  • Motion
  • Movement
  • LIDAR
  • RADAR

What motors have you worked with?

We've worked with three types of motors: brushed, brushless, and stepper.

What actuators have you worked with?

The actuators we've worked with include motors, servos, and linear actuators.

What technologies do you use to build robotic systems?

Programming languages: C, C++

Operating systems: RTOS, ROS (Robot operating system), Linux

Computer vision: OpenCV, Visual SLAM.

What does the process of robot development look like?

The traditional approach to robot development lies in following the step-by-step process described below:

  1. Decide on what components the robot will need and buy those parts.
  2. Make a drawing of the robot mechanics.
  3. Integrate the components with each other to achieve the end goal of the robot.
  4. Assemble all of the components into joints and mechanically link them.
  5. Program the robot.
  6. Test the pre-programmed behavior in real scenarios.

This approach for robot development implies that the modules within the robots aren’t reusable.

By contrast, we prefer to adopt, when possible, a more modern and efficient approach. Our preferred approach to robot development entails connecting interoperable modules together. Modular components such as the actuator, sensors, communication modules, and UI devices can be reused among robots.

The modular approach simplifies the overall process of building robots and reduces the development effort and time.

What types of robots do you build?

We specialize in wheeled robots, articulated robots, and flying drones.

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