VSLAM, also known as Visual SLAM, is a technology that builds maps of unknown environments and performs localization, using computer vision alone to generate partially built maps. Second, VSLAM uses only visual input to perform location and mapping
By combining VSLAM technology with edge computing, Galaxis has designed a new generation of unmanned AGV to improve the flexibility of location tracking and reduce production costs without the use of reflector or 2D code. Meanwhile, the multi-SLAM robot scheduling system is independently developed to solve the technical problems of multi-SLAM robot multi-task concurrency and multi-task path planning.
Provide location information for the robot
Monitor the location of the equipment remotely
Reduce system deployment time
Have a certain understanding of environment, including pedestrian detection, obstacle avoidance, etc