RIOS, developing dexterous robots, is among 'the most innovative' artificial intelligence firms in Palo Alto, Calif., as recognized by Futurology and featured by Robotics 24/7.
Eugene Demaitre of Robotics 24/7, realizes the significance of the trailblazing work RIOS is contributing in AI and robotics upon review by Futurology , who assembled a list of 101 top Silicon Valley Innovators. Demaitre quickly recognizes RIOS, and the significant accomplishments in the global robotics ecosystem and the contributions to groundbreaking advancements in developing automation for tasks that typically require human-level dexterity, led by RIOS. "We're honored to be recognized," stated Kelly Kamlager, senior director of marketing at RIOS. "Both robotics and AI are extremely competitive as well as collaborative, and it's great to be registered amount one's peers." Futurology used specific criteria for their 101 Silicon Valley Innovators, including innovativeness, growth, management and strategies, and societal impact. The publication relied on information from Crunchbase and SemRush. Silicon Valley is home to more that 325 robotics startups, according to Silicon Valley Robotics. Read the 101 List at Futurology Read the full article at Robotics 24/7
RIOS develops and deploys dexterous AI-powered robots to factory assembly lines and warehouses to help global customers automate their supply chain or logistics operations. We’ve developed a first-of-its-kind haptic intelligence platform for robots – this enables our robot to handle hard-to-automate tasks that typically require human-level-dexterity and involve manipulating thousands of SKUs. Our robots possess higher levels of dexterity, cognitive skills, and autonomy than today's robots and operate in unstructured environments. Many companies are connecting with our team of automation experts to learn more about opportunities within their facilities to integrate robotic automation. RIOS encourages you to reach out very soon. You can sign up to be the first to know and get your spot on the waiting list: