A San Diego-based software technology firm, Brain Corp, declared on Dec 03 that it has collaborated with Walmart to supply artificial intelligence AI facilities to the biggest retailer across the globe.
Brain Corp’s BrainOS platform presently modernizes over a hundred of Walmart’s fleet of commercial floor scrubbers throughout the United States. BrainOS supplies data collection abilities and autonomous navigation to the machines, all secured to a reporting system based on cloud. Walmart’s fiscal year ends on January 31, 2019, and it predicts to have 360 BrainOS-charged machines in shops by then.
BrainOS-charged floor scrubbers of Walmart permit shop allies to rapidly generate a route in an initial training ride and then trigger self-directed floor scrubbing by pressing only a single button. The machine utilizes many sensors for scanning its environment for obstacles and people, supplying the commerce’s top level performance and safety.
“We’re excited to work with Brain Corp in supporting our retail operations and providing our associates with a safe and reliable technology,” John Crecelius, VP of Central Operations at Walmart, said. “BrainOS is a powerful tool in helping our associates complete repetitive tasks so they can focus on other tasks within role and spend more time serving customers.”
“We are thrilled to partner with Walmart to enhance customer experience at its retail locations,” says Dr. Eugene Izhikevich, CEO of Brain Corp. “BrainOS technology allows robots to effectively and safely function in complex, crowded environments, ensuring increased productivity and efficiency across applications. We look forward to continuing to work alongside Walmart to help build intelligent, connected stores.”