SCUTTLE News

26 Jan, 2023
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Collaborating with Intel in ROBOFUN

16th Jan 2023 - SCUTTLE Robotics Asia PLT is collaborating with Intel Corporation to provide an industry-driven autonomous mobile robotics #AMR education to 5 public and private universities in Malaysia through the Robotics for University or ROBOFUN in short which was launched on 16th January 2023 at Intel PG16 site in Penang. The program is supported by related government agencies namely Malaysia Investment and Development Authority (MIDA) and Malaysia Productivity Council (MPC), both under the Ministry of International Trade and Investment (MITI). ROBOTICS FOR UNIVERSITY (ROBOFUN) LAUNCH EVENT ON 16TH JAN 2023 First integration of Intel computer and SCUTTLE mobile  Read More »

25 Jan, 2023
TI SCUTTLE Demo at CES 2023
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SCUTTLE at CES Las Vegas!

Starting in 2022, Texas Instruments teamed up with D3 Engineering to produce a SCUTTLE-based autonomous demo with the SCUTTLE Platform. This design features radar sensors and multiple cameras fused for computation on the TI TDA4VM (AI-capable) computer. In the first week of January 2023, SCUTTLE came to the stage at the TI booth at the "Most Influential Tech Event in the World" in Las Vegas, Nevada! In my opinion, the most exciting element in this setup is the new TI radar modules. In many aspects they can outperform LIDAR, the most common of all mobile robot sensors. That means lower  Read More »

09 Mar, 2022
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New CPU Options

SCUTTLE Now has fully integrated flagship single-board-computers (SBC) from five different chip manufacturers! For Beaglebone, TI Edge AI, Raspberry Pi, and the Axiomtek-made Intel designs, we give full wiring diagrams available. More complete design content is on the way. This is an open door for living room tinkerers all the way up to industrial warehouse roboticists. The latest integration, Intel's Generation 11 i-7 computer is ready for industrial applications like Alphabot, a warehouse robot that executes real-world material transport for Walmart Inc. Each CPU will be re-integrated on the new SCUTTLE v3.0 chassis which levels up ease-of-build, and includes more  Read More »