For an increasingly automated, robotic universe, vRotors provides a live operations hardened platform for distributed team members and AI agent collaboration with supervised autonomy in mixed reality.
Historically, direct engagement with remote robotic devices has been limited to single operators, but today’s requirements involve distributed teams, with specialized knowledge of different team members, involving collaboration of users and AI agents across multiple locations.
The vRotors platform extends engagement of robotic devices to remote distributed groups of users and AI agents through an ultra-low latency connected platform with granular permissions for managing individual roles for robot control, and broad accessibility across web, PC, Mac, mobile, and VR / AR platforms.
2019: Duke University and U of Illinois team partners in $10M XPRIZE Avatar Competition
2020: research partnership with Cedars Sinai
2020: pilots from home around the world racing remote drones in more than 450 flights
- subscriptions to self-service portal, user applications, and device controls for drone operators
- NASA, AFWERX government grants and contracts for prototype remote device controls and management
- prime contractor contracts for autonomous vehicle (air and land) supervised autonomy
Neil: 25 years experienced aerospace and entertainment media technology innovator from Caltech, co-founder Acclaim Games sold to Disney Playdom, Orbital Sciences engineer and mission manager
John: 20 year career across 60 video game and media projects, creative director at Niantic (developer of Ingress and Pokeman Go)