Robotics and Autonomous Systems

Autonomous systems, on the other hand, improve supply chain efficiency, enable unmanned surveillance and navigation, and handle harmful environments. The use of robotics and autonomous systems is a megatrend that excites both technical and business people. Industry 4.0 and digitization trends also drive the demand for improved productivity across the value chain in an integrated manner and safer unmanned operations. Autonomous systems become highly relevant in such situations, and its implementation must consider its desirability, feasibility and viability.

Robotics and autonomous systems contribute to the COVID-19 situation through unmanned food delivery, sanitization, thermal screening and mask compliance. As the technology matures and evolves, the implementation and adoption of autonomous systems will depend on investment requirements, return on investment and human safety. The real-time tracking of inbound and outbound logistics autonomous systems is becoming a critical need for precise and safer navigation. Robotics and autonomous systems with modularity aim to create and develop industry-specific derivative solutions at different levels of autonomy.

Infosys focuses on robotics and autonomous systems for intelligent navigation, remote monitoring and surveillance in the manufacturing, mining, automotive, retail and utility sectors. We built competencies around Industry 4.0 technologies such as robotics, cloud computing, computer vision and cyber-machine-human interfaces. We have a robust partner ecosystem and are invested in driving innovation with our clients.

We collaborate with premier universities on robotics and autonomous systems, including Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology (IIIT), Delhi, Purdue University - USA, University of Aachen – Germany in addition to leading educational and training organizations such as Udacity.