Greenzie reduces the need for humans to bear the burden of safety with vigilant robotic software running on ruggedized hardware.
Greenzie technology follows guidelines precisely without human hesitancy or reluctance, without pausing or tiring – all while constantly improving.
Greenzie’s safety requirements are designed in accordance with ISO 10218-1 2011 “Safety requirements for industrial robots.” These are the same standards applied to large scale industrial robots and robotic systems.
Microcontroller Hardware - single-purpose microcontrollers for low-level, hardware based, high frequency update event loops, outside of the standard non-real time software stack enables safer operation and lighting fast response to external events.
Safety Controllers - in partnership with Fort Robotics, leaders of safety controllers for robotic operation, designed to meet ISO 13849 Category 3 Performance Level d, with 2km LOS range with 900 Mhz radio, heartbeat to ensure connectivity, and IP65 rating for industrial use
Proven Hardware - A ruggedized industrial computer, USB hub, modem, sensors, and encoders, all have been tested for vibration, IP, and temperature controls to ensure safe operation.
Vision Based detection System - the Intel® RealSense™ D400 Product Family is best-in-class stereo depth sensing technology, bringing a greater level of safety with critical collision avoidance with real-world objects.
ROS and Open Source - Open Robotics Foundation’s Robot Operating System are tools widely deployed in production environments around the world, supported by industry titans such as Amazon, Bosch, DARPA, NASA, ONR, and more.
Monitoring and Mitigation - Greenzie’s robots are always accessible via a secure OpenVPN connection, monitored in real-time from our HQ and remote workforce, with ability to monitor, mitigate, and take control of robots, we are setup to support fleet usage.