Robotics Engineering Excellence - RE2 Robotics

Type of activity:
Auxiliary Vehicles

4925 Harrison Street
PA 15201

Country: USAUSA
Phone: 412 681 6382

RE2 Robotics, located in Pittsburgh, PA, is a Carnegie Mellon spin-off. RE2 develop the next generation of mobile robotics technologies that will enable robots to better interact with the world -- whether on the ground, in the air, or underwater.

RE2 develop robotic manipulator arm products and conduct cutting-edge research in it Lawrenceville facility. RE2 research efforts focus on creating interoperable manipulation systems with human-like performance, intuitive human robot interfaces, and advanced autonomy software for mobile robotics. RE2 team has expertise in all disciplines of robotics - from software development to electromechanical design.

RE2 was founded in 2001 by Jorgen Pedersen on the principles of developing amazing robotics technologies coupled with world-class customer service. It have achieved a unique balance between cutting-edge innovation and production.

RE2 team is dedicated to solving it customers' most difficult robotics engineering problems while forging long-lasting relationships to meet their current and future technical challenges.

ForeRunner RDV (Robot, Unmanned Vehicle)
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