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09.02.2024

The Era of Intuitive and Accessible Robotics

The Era of Intuitive and Accessible Robotics

Niryo launches Niryo Studio, an application that simplifies the use of robots. The essence of Niryo lies in the democratization of Industry 4.0. which promotes harmonious interaction between man and machine.

A fluid and intuitive user experience

Niryo Studio offers a seamless user experience in robotic programming. Instant connection and configuration of Niryo's NED2 robot in just a few minutes simplifies the use of collaborative robotics. It's possible to connect all external devices linked to the robot and manage them from the application. With smooth navigation and guest access management, it guarantees simple, intuitive use, making access easy for teachers and students alike. The NED2 robot can be used for a wide range of applications, from programming practice to an introduction to artificial intelligence and Industry 5.0, or to reproduce real-life work situations.

In addition to robot control, Niryo Studio offers 3D visualization of all previously connected components with its Unity tool. Combined with the Direct Move tool, this feature enables precise adjustment of robot positions, simplifying object handling and, more generally, providing the most precise robot operation.

Programming becomes child's play

Niryo Studio's integrated Python IDE marks a significant step forward in simplifying the programming process. This feature allows users to code directly in the Python language, offering a powerful alternative to programmers. It is also possible to transform a program coded in Blockly into Python, making it easier to learn the world's most widely used programming language. This new feature also allows for quicker and easier connection to the robot. Combined with the application's Blockly tool, the creation of complex programs becomes child's play, helping to make collaborative robotics accessible to a wider audience. The ability to save, play, modify and replay the programs created leaves room for flexibility.

Niryo Studio redefines the use of its NED2 robot, offering advanced functionalities while maintaining a user-friendly interface. To find out more, watch the replay of the keynote presenting Niryo Studio : https://youtu.be/DDdtoNC6xVw

(Source: Niryo Press Release)

Schlagworte

ApplicationsDigitalisationIndustry 4.0Robotics

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