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Pittsburgh is one of the WORLD’S top robotics ecosystems with over 100 organizations driving innovation in intelligent machines and ultimately changing the world. 

Pittsburgh Robotics Network member companies are changing our everyday lives.

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The Pittsburgh Robotics Network (PRN) currently offers membership by invitation only, available to any robotics industry organization that is operating within or near our region. 

It is free to join and only requires that our members register with us. If you believe your organization qualifies for membership, please contact us.

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Founding Members, Carnegie Mellon University (CMU), Argo AI, and these key members are boldly leading a new way forward.  CMU is internationally renowned for robotics research and is credited with pioneering robotics education and launching the fields of AI and self-driving vehicles. Argo AI is simultaneously reimagining and redeveloping cities to power self-driving vehicles and create safer streets.

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Self-driving technology has a profound potential to transform the way we live and get around. By working with Argo’s partners, local communities, and governments, Argo AI will support local transportation needs around the world – to ultimately make getting around cities safe, easy, and enjoyable for all. What self-driving technology can do for society is up to all of us. This is just the starting point. There remains a lot of work to do.

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Aurora was founded to take the opportunity to safely accelerate the adoption of self-driving technology. Aurora is building an ecosystem with powerful, independent, and robust technology—the Aurora Driver—. Aurora is partnering with automakers, transportation networks, and fleet management companies to deliver its benefits broadly.

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Designed to address clinical, operational, and population health challenges, the autonomous pharmacy can help clinicians safely and securely deliver the right dose to the right patient at the right time across the care continuum.

As clinical process engineers who care passionately about health and wellness, we’re dedicated to building the world’s first zero-error, fully automated medication management platform that empowers care professionals to deliver improved patient care, clinician satisfaction, and pharmacy performance.

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Whether navigating a warehouse or a retail store aisle, cleaning floors, or making a last mile home delivery,  autonomous robots need a map and need to know where they are on the map. Kaarta provides a new level of understanding of spaces for humans and autonomous machines alike.

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As robotic systems become more dexterous, so does the need for a controller that can keep pace with ever-evolving technology. RE2’s Imitative Controller provides an intuitive and easy-to-learn method of control for our dexterous robotic arms. 

The Imitative Controller allows users to move a scaled model of the robot’s manipulators. This essentially establishes a leader-follower teleoperation between the controller and the robot, providing users with fast and efficient time to proficiency.

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Neya Systems develops and integrates advanced, vehicle-agnostic, off-road and airborne autonomy.  Neya’s talented group of robotics engineers have over 450 years of combined experience related to autonomy, computer vision, and general unmanned systems development and deployment.

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Carnegie Robotics is a leader in the robotics industry, having delivered solutions for some of the largest and most impactful projects in the field for over a decade.  As the robotics landscape continues to evolve and expand, Carnegie Robotics is doing the same.  Carnegie Robotics strives every day to be the premier supplier of high-end components, systems, and reference design in the world of robotics.

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HEBI Robotics produces hardware and software tools that make it easy to create custom robots quickly. HEBI’s platform is used by academic and industrial roboticists around the world to speed up development, iterate quickly, and solve real-world problems with robots.

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BirdBrain Technologies cultivates creativity and computational thinking by providing flexible and inspiring products: the Finch Robot and the Hummingbird Robotics Kit.

Founded at the CREATE Lab at Carnegie Mellon University in 2010, BirdBrain is a research-based company that promotes gender equality and diversity in engineering and robotics.

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Near Earth Autonomy works with customers to provide flight-proven core technologies that realize their inspection and mobility needs. Applications include mapping a field, inspecting a building, or enabling an aircraft to navigate safely.

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A world leader of autonomous robotic equipment, ACR is transforming the construction industry by innovating and commercializing a wide range of robots that enhance productivity, improve safety, reduce schedule risk, and increase profitability.

Our team combines experienced business and construction professionals with world-class robotics experts who have been pushing the boundaries of field robotics for decades.  This unique partnership brings realistic & economically viable robots to the jobsite that solve current needs, leading the construction industry into the next industrial revolution.

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Seegrid Palion autonomous mobile robots are unlike any other infrastructure-free AMR on the market. Our navigation technology is the most robust, reliable, and proven with millions of autonomous production miles driven by customers.

Seegrid’s AMRs drive real results—increasing throughput, improving safety, and reducing labor costs for some of the world’s largest brands. Palion AMRs are the proven solution for manufacturing, warehousing, and logistics material handling.