Energid Technologies provides engineering products and services for robotics, machine-vision, training, virtual reality, and simulation applications.
Energid provides expertise in robotic kinematics, dynamics, and control. Our specialty is bifurcating mechanisms, including kinematically redundant arms and walking and wheeled mobile robotics. We use augmented Jacobian control for kinematic reasoning. Energid has contracted with government and private entities to create innovative robotic designs, control systems, and simulations. These projects have leveraged the same reusable C++ code base, which Energid licenses through its Actin toolkit.
Consultant/Service ProviderRobotic engineering services, Robotics Software
Energid to Develop Lightweight Robot Arm for AFF Robots Onboard the ISS
Energid to Provide Robotic Control and Simulation Software for DARPA's Phoenix Program
AREVA to Use Energid's Actin Software Platform for Complex Nuclear Robotics
Energid Technologies to Provide Robotic Control and Simulation Software for DARPA Phoenix Program
Energid’s Version 3.0 Software Toolkit Enables Dynamic Robotic Systems
National Science Foundation Funds Energid Technologies for Developing Robotic Manipulation Technology
Energid Builds Robots for Nuclear Power Plant Inspection
NASA Contracts Energid Technologies to Create Robotic Proxy Simulation for Space Rovers
Energid Partners with ITRI to Improve Roppie Robot
Freshly Squeezed OJ Harvested by Robots
Energid Provides Automation for Robotic Arms Series
Humanoids Bioloid from Energid
Battlefield Extraction Assist Robot from Energid Technologies Corporation
MODEL XR-4 Industrial Robots from Energid India
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