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Realtime Robotics, a company developing technology that enables robots to alter their motions in dynamic, fast-moving environments, has raised $31.4 million in a series A round of funding.
Founded out of Boston in 2016, Realtime Robotics said that it has developed a processor capable of creating “collision-free motion plans” in milliseconds, helping industrial robots and other autonomous vehicles plan their every move and alter course if needed.
While Realtime Robotics caters to structured environments where object locations and positions are known, it’s unstructured environments and unpredictable workspaces where things get particularly interesting.
In situations where other robots, moving machinery, static objects, and humans coexist, this can prove challenging for robots tasked with a particular job — if a…