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ABB Corporation ABB Robotics launches global startup challenge to accelerate innovation in robotics and AI

ABB Corporation
ABB Robotics launches global startup challenge to accelerate innovation in robotics and AI
Press release May 14, 2024
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-Start-ups and scale-ups submit ideas in the areas of natural language programming, skill learning, and autonomous decision-making
– Winners gain access to ABB’s global network, cutting-edge technology and long-term partnership opportunities
-ABB Robotics builds on the success of previous startup challenges to drive innovation and collaboration
ABB today announced the 2024 Robotics AI Startup Challenge, a global competition aimed at accelerating the development of artificial intelligence (AI) solutions in the field of robotics. This challenge is part of ABB’s ecosystem for innovation, and in previous challenges, the Swiss-based startup and leading provider of AI-enabled 3D vision navigation technology for autonomous mobile robots (AMR) We acquired Sevensens in January 2024. ABB Robotics’ latest challenge fosters innovation and collaboration between ABB and pioneering start-ups and scale-ups around the world.
Mark Segura, President of ABB Robotics, said: “At ABB, we have put innovation at the core of our business since we launched our robotics business 50 years ago, and we recognize the tremendous potential that start-ups and scale-ups have in driving technological progress. The ABB Robotics AI Startup Challenge is an opportunity to partner with some of the most creative and forward-thinking minds in the field, and together we will shape the future of robots and automation.” Collaboration with great minds in AI and robotics
The ABB Robotics AI Startup Challenge challenges participants to submit breakthrough ideas and solutions in three key areas: natural language programming, skill learning, and autonomous decision-making. ABB harnesses the power of AI to develop next-generation robots that are more intuitive, adaptable, easy to use and efficient, making businesses stronger and employees more engaged. In order to achieve this goal, we will transform the industry.
Participants in this challenge will have the opportunity to work closely with ABB’s world-class engineers, access cutting-edge robotics technology and leverage ABB’s global network of customers and partners. The winning team will receive a cash prize of $30,000 and the opportunity to forge a long-term partnership with ABB to explore joint go-to-market strategies and investment opportunities.
The ABB Robotics AI Startup Challenge is currently accepting applications. Start-ups and scale-ups with expertise in AI and robotics are encouraged to apply by June 12, 2024. For more
information about the challenge, including eligibility and how to apply, please visit the website:
Please see https://www.collaborateandcommercialize.com/abb-robotics-ai-startup-challenge-2024 [English].
The Robotics AI Startup Challenge is part of ABB’s innovation ecosystem. ABB deepens its partnerships with innovative companies and fosters innovation through initiatives aimed at identifying, supporting and growing promising startups across industries. This collaborative approach brings new solutions to market and accelerates ABB’s vision for a sustainable and productive future.
[Image: https://prtimes.jp/i/81567/72/resize/d81567-72-0e50c691f4ca1071fd4e-0.jpg&s3=81567-72-7bfc00f2fd0861bebe1506cc918f0898-1280×720.jpg] ABB Robotics & Discrete Automation is the world’s leading robotics and machine automation supplier and the only company with a comprehensive and integrated portfolio of robotics, AMR and machine automation solutions designed and built with value-creating software. is. From automotive to electronics to logistics, we help companies of all sizes and sectors become more resilient, flexible and efficient. ABB Robotics & Discrete Automation helps customers transition to the connected and collaborative factory of the future. The business area employs approximately 11,000 people at more than 100 locations in approximately 53 countries. go.abb/robotics
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