VisionNav Robotics, co-founded in 2016 by a team from The University of Hong Kong and The University of Tokyo, and headquartered in Shenzhen, is the world’s leading automated guided industrial vehicles. Company is committed to automated material handling with visual AI technology. By installing our unique and cost-effective driverless module, we can automate the manual forklifts, tractors, port machines and other industrial vehicles, and rapidly improve warehousing and logistics efficiency of the enterprise.
As a national high-tech enterprise, VisionNav Robotics have a strong R&D team of more than 100 people, among which over 70% are R&D staff, including senior technical talents who have in-depth study in the fields of visual navigation, motion control, robot AI algorithms, etc. Some of the core members used to work in R&D teams in DJI, Tencent, etc.
At present, VisionNav Robotics have developed four types of industrial vehicle products applied in factories, warehouses, logistics parks, airports and wharfs, and achieved mass production, including: indoor autonomous forklift trucks, outdoor autonomous tractors, outdoor heavy-duty autonomous diesel tractors, and outdoor autonomous port machines. By November 2019, totally 30 projects have been implemented and passed acceptance. Most of our customers are top enterprises in e-commerce logistics, bonded logistics, retail logistics, automobile logistics, FMCG manufacturing, automobile manufacturing, home appliance manufacturing, pharmaceutical and other industries. We have reached a turnover of nearly 30 million yuan.
Under the support of "Made In China 2025", "Intelligent Manufacturing Development Plan (2016-2020)", “Robot Industry Development Planning (2016-2020) " and other national policies, with industry-leading R&D capacity, VisionNav Robotics have successively received strong support from National Ministry of Science and Technology for " Intelligent Robots " Special Project (jointly declare with Alibaba and Cainiao), The Innovation and Technology Commission Funding of Hong Kong, and other key projects.