How do we do it?
Developing robotic systems is a multidisciplinary task that involves understanding the problem at hand and designing a mechanical solution that can solve it. This is followed by selecting and implementing the appropriate sensors and actuators to allow the robot to interact with its environment. The robot is then programmed to carry out its tasks, often involving a combination of high-level decision making and low-level direct control of the hardware. We often use simulation tools before deploying to the physical robot. Testing and validation of the robot's performance is crucial, with iterative improvements made based on these tests. Finally, the development includes the integration of the robotic system into the broader operational context, including human-machine interfaces.
From the business point of view, the most prominent benefit of multiplatform software is the ability to reuse the codebase again and again. That means no more hiring new developers to create code for various operating systems but using a single codebase for multiple platforms repeatedly.
While creating a crossed-platform software, we operate in the SaaS (Software as a Service) model. This model relies on cloud services, ensuring your organization cuts the costs of purchasing bulk licenses. SaaS uses external provider hosts applications and makes them available over the Internet.
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