Category: Kinema Systems

Kinema Systems is a finalist: Nvidia Inception Competition 2018!!

Kinema Systems is honored to have been chosen as a finalist in the Autonomous Systems category for the Nvidia Inception Competition, 2018!! The finalists were chosen from 200 AI startup applicants! The winner will be chosen at Nvidia GTC happening March 26-29, 2018 at the San Jose Convention Center. Read more about the competition on…Read More

NHK World features Kinema Systems

Our partnership with IHI Inc. was featured on NHK World in a feature on collaborations between US startups and Japanese corporates. Kinema Pick, Kinema’s flagship product, combines deep-learning, 3D Vision and motion planning to pick both single-SKU and mixed-SKU boxes from customer pallets. Kinema Pick is combined with IHI’s workcell control and warehouse management software…Read More

Automate 2017 – Introducing the all new Kinema Pick

Just in time for Automate 2017, we are proud to announce the all new Kinema Pick, the world’s first Deep Learning 3D Vision system for depalletizing. Kinema Pick integrates the KS1000, a high-resolution 3D/2D sensor with deep-learning and 3D Vision to find and locate boxes on complex pallets. Kinema Pick’s advanced motion planning brings self-driving…Read More

Deep Learning 3D Vision for Industrial Robots Is Finally Here!

Kinema Systems will be announcing the world’s first Deep-learning 3D Vision system for Industrial Robots at Automate 2017 in Chicago (April 3-6, 2017). Designed for depalletization of multi-SKU, single SKU and random pallets, Kinema Pick integrates the KS1000, a high resolution 3D/2D sensor with Deep-learning, 3D Vision and Motion Planning and requires minimal training for…Read More

Announcing Kinema Pick

Kinema Systems is proud to announce our first product – Kinema Pick – the world’s first self-training, self-calibrating software solution for robotic depalletizing. Kinema Pick enables fully automated depalletization of multi-SKU, single-SKU and random pallets of boxes. Kinema Pick is self-training, i.e. it requires no manual training for the type of boxes to be picked…Read More