In September 2017 we moved to the former Petra Church in Eindhoven. The historic building where besides a church, also the local broadcast and news channel “Omroep Brabant” once started, has become the home of Nobleo Technology.
Mikroniek theme – Virtual testing of a fully autonomous tractor for sustainable agriculture
Mikroniek theme - Virtual testing of a fully autonomous tractor for sustainable agriculture
RUVU Robotics & Nobleo Technology: Van wederopstanding naar overname
Lees hier het interview met Rokus Ottervanger in Regio Business.
Wouter Houtman in Mechatronica& Machinebouw
Collega en TU/e-promovendus Wouter Houtman onderzocht de interactie van robots met hun omgeving en ontwikkelde algoritmes om hen beter in ‘de echte wereld’ te laten bewegen.
Nobleo Technology takes over Ruvu Robotics
As of January 1, 2022, Eindhoven-based Nobleo Technology acquired RUVU Robotics.
Multi-sensor solutions for intelligent systems
There is a continuous need to increase the functionality of machines and robots for manufacturing and inspection tasks. Underlaying driver is the need to reduce the amount of human involvement in the execution of these tasks.
Nobleo’s debut at ROSCON 2021
Nobleo made its debut at ROSCON 2021 with their high-performance navigation module for industrial mobile robots.
Harm Schepens is featured in Mikroniek
Harm Schepens is featured in Mikroniek with his thesis on extending ADAT2 equipment lifetime.
Nobleo’s definition for Artificial Intelligence
Thanks to Moore's law, these days human mankind has access to powerful computing platforms. This enabled massive innovation in the field of Artificial Intelligence in past years.
Direct drive or Indirect? That’s the question
Nobleo Technology has published an article in the well known Mikroniek, a magazine for precision engineers. What if it is possible to create an indirect-drive actuator with the benefits of a direct drive?
THE NEW NORMAL: AUTOMATING THE DIRTY, DULL AND DANGEROUS WORK
In a fast-changing world where automating human work was already emerging, COVID-19 further accelerates change and automation due to social distancing and it creates economic challenges by interrupting everyday life. Working with more distance from each other will be the new normal and machines will have to work together with humans for them to keep them safe, but also keep them in business.
Order Picking Robot for the warehouse of the future
What will the warehouse of the future look like? It might include warehouses that extend vertically into the sky, rely on drones for delivery and utilize robots for lights-out order fulfilment. We all agree: The warehouse of the future is a fully automated warehouse in which divers processes are smart connected.