AIS: Robotic Solutions to Make Work Easier

October 10, 2019

AIS is a world leader in creating practical autonomous robots in various industries

Advanced Intelligent Systems (AIS) is a practical autonomous robotics company that creates affordable, autonomous robots to solve real industry problems.

"AIS, focuses on tasks that are difficult or for which there isn't enough labor" says CEO, Afshin Doust.

The team has superior intellectual property and patents, that are currently being applied to develop custom robotic solutions in the horticulture, agriculture, manufacturing, and warehousing industries. Moreover, AIS’ autonomous robots have the intelligence to perform repetitive or dangerous tasks with exceptional dexterity and precision.

Autonomous Robot Platform

The company's Autonomous Robot Platform connects AIS’ physical robotic systems with cyber systems and through artificial intelligence, can communicate in real time. To explain, they assess industry challenges first and then use custom, autonomous robotic solutions to solve them.

Collectively, the team has decades of experience in robotics engineering, management, and operations.

Further, with their IP and patent portfolio, AIS is positioned well to meet current market demands for autonomous robotic technology. Moreover, from their established presence in the horticulture and agriculture markets, they're expanding into warehousing, mining and film.

For more information on Advanced Intelligent Systems please visit their website ai-systems.ca.

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