Maestro, its AI control center, tracks the movement of goods and provides real-time safety alerts for man-driven vehicles.
Once Maestro is introduced to a mobile robotic platform, and sees and tracks it, it can direct its movements autonomously until the task is fulfilled.
Users can track these tasks through the provided mobile application.
634AI’s Maestro will power 200 Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMRs) over the next four years. The agreement came about after two years of testing the AI in the company’s Japanese facilities.
Oren Levy, CEO of 634AI, said: “Maestro’s global deployment with Musashi Seimitsu is a major leap forward for our company. It is a mark of trust and confidence in our ability to deliver an effective logistics automation solution in a real, busy industrial environment.
“Our computer vision-based AMRs powered by a central floor management brain and collaboration with Musashi confirm the distinct advantages of our technology in complex, dynamic industrial environments, and point the way forward for the rest of the industry.”
Founded in 2019, 634AI is owned by SixAI, which creates technology to provide solutions to manufacturing and distribution issues. SixAI was established by Israeli entrepreneur Ran Poliakine.
Isaku Takeshi, Managing Executive Officer of Musashi Seimitsu, said: “We have been heavily investing in automation and AI capabilities over the past few years, with a vision to create a more humane workplace where people no longer carry out tedious, repetitive, unrewarding tasks.
“We believe 634AI’s distinct approach for industrial floor management and control allows, for the first time, people and machines to effectively work side by side in a much safer environment. We look forward to a fruitful deployment across our global manufacturing sites.”
Musashi Seimitsu is a global automotive manufacturer of parts such as gears, camshafts, and ball joins. The company also produces parts for construction equipment.