GeckoSystems Improves Sensor Fusion for Mobile Robots
By Robotics Trends Staff - Filed Mar 07, 2008
GeckoSystems Intl. Corp. (PINKSHEETS: GCKO) announced that they have applied advanced sensor fusion technologies for more fully autonomous mobile robots patrolling through loose, moving crowds in airport, bus, and train terminals; shopping centers and other public areas. GeckoSystems is a dynamic leader in the emerging Mobile Service Robot (MSR) industry revolutionizing their development and usage with mobile robot solutions for safety, security, and service.™

GeckoSystems developed their newest proprietary subsumptive paradigm, GeckoOrient™, to automatically and intelligently merge sensor data from odometry (dead reckoning), a solid state compass and accelerometer based gyroscopes (IMU’s) for enhanced orientation accuracy while errand running, patrolling, or following a designated person. “Our sensor loving, fully autonomous AI software, GeckoNav™, continues to perform in its exemplary quick and efficient manner. The higher speeds and more reliable following, now enabled by GeckoOrient, reduce the payback period for our all our customers and increase ROI for our investors,” remarked R. Martin Spencer, President/CEO.

About GeckoSystems International Corporation
In the ten years since founding, the Company has developed a suite of proprietary, fundamental technologies that enable their robots to automatically self-navigate the home or workplace using advanced sense and avoid technologies for reliable, unattended collision avoidance while patrolling, following and/or seeking preset destinations. Their scientifically developed, tested, and proven hardware and software breakthroughs enable the practical, low cost manufacture, sale and usage of mobile service robots in a variety of environments.

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