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ARTI provides the perfect software solution for your business – robust enough for real-world operations and suitable for many different industrial fields. Depending on your business goals and your existing infrastructure, we explore high-quality and cost-efficient robotic ideas for your individual application. Whether you are looking for full turnkey products to set up the next generation of your business routines or you want to add AI-kits to your robots to profit from new autonomous functions – ARTI offers AI software solutions for various business fields and customized requirements.

Our Services

Going together to reach every goal.

Every customer has different requirements and we provide vital ingredients for every step of the value chain.

Explore
Explore

your idea from the very start with us. Create design strategies and prototypes for high-quality yet cost-efficient solutions.

Improve
Improve

existing solutions with our expert knowledge. Work together to exploit the maximum potential of your product.

Create
Create

a consumer ready product. Achieved with well-engineered and extensively tested software components.

Support
Support

your decision with expert advice. Benefit from an external opinion and solid experience in autonomous products.

Meet the Team

Get in touch with our - team!

Core Founder

Where it started

Konstantin Mautner-Lassnig MSc

CEO / Co-Founder

Konstantin Mautner-Lassnig MSc
Stefan Loigge MSc

CTO / Co-Founder

Stefan Loigge MSc
Alexander Buchegger BSc

Co-Founder

Alexander Buchegger BSc
Clemens Mühlbacher PhD

Co-Founder

Clemens Mühlbacher PhD

ARTIsts

Creating the magic

Lena Franke Mag.a

Legal and Strategic

Lena Franke Mag.a
Michael Stradner MSc

Employee

Michael Stradner MSc
Raphael Hoheneder BSc

Employee

Raphael Hoheneder BSc
Danijel Capljak

Employee

Danijel Capljak
Valentin Gritsch MSc

Employee

Valentin Gritsch MSc
Jahn Mansour, BSc

Employee

Jahn Mansour, BSc
Jahn Mansour

Employee

Jahn Mansour

Employee

Jahn Mansour

Employee

Jahn Mansour

Employee

Support

Extending our capabilities

Kambis Kohansal Vajargah

Business Mentor

Kambis Kohansal Vajargah
Jakob Auer MSc

Partner

Jakob Auer MSc
Andreas Mayrhofer

Designer

Andreas Mayrhofer
Manuel Jelinek MSc

Support

Manuel Jelinek MSc

Join the Team!

Become an ARTIst and shape the future of robotics together.

Jobs:

Robotic Software Developer

We are searching for an Robotic Software Developer (30-38,5h/week)

 

Tasks:

  • Software development for autonomous robots
  • Optimize and analyze existing software solutions
  • Evaluate the software in simulations and real world prototypes
  • Supervise projects independently and manage customers contacts

Requirements:

  • Education in the field of software development
  • Experience in C, C++, Python
  • Experience with mobile robotics and ROS (Robot Operating System)
  • Willing to travel to European countries
  • Work independently and with a handson mentality
  • Good English skills

Thesis:

Automatic configuration of a base driver using derived kinematic parameters

Automatic configuration of a base driver for robots. Using a description of the robot (e.g. by a URDF), kinematic parameters are derived (e.g. wheel distance, etc.).

 

These are then used to configure the base driver. Automatic tests are then carried out to recalibrate the values obtained. This is to reduce the deviation between “should” and “is” (keyword: manufacturing tolerances).

Automated Map update on server side considering bandwidth constraints

Starting from an initial map created with a LiDAR-Scanner (2D as most basic variant), the original map is to be successively improved and better understood by incorporating changes in the environment over time.

 

New map information data will be sent to an intermediary server, where data is processed with an existing ARTI-AI Kit (LOKI). When data is processed on server-level, the new map-information is compared with existing mapping-material. If the comparison finds significant changes, a new map is created. This map is then fed back to the robot.

 

The research questions to be worked on are: finding parameters to define, whether changes in the map are “significant” or not and to develop a pipeline to fed the newly updated maps back to the robots.

Automatically derived parameters for navigation

The starting point is a “wizard” that is already being developed to facilitate the integration of the ARTI-AI software kits in customer vehicles.

 

By means of simple tests/tasks, basic configurations; first integration steps should be carried out also by non-robotics experts.

 

Within the scope of the scientific work, it is to investigate which parameters must be automatically derived by the wizard-application to ensure a functioning and reliable navigation when the starting point is an already precisely localized and calibrated robot.

Establishment of automated testing methods for mobile robots.

In developing software for autonomous mobile robots, testing plays an important role. The software can, to a certain extent, be tested virtually. But at some point, the tests must be performed in “real world scenarios”. Such tests can be quite repetitive and time-consuming. Within a master’s thesis framework, we want to explore how such test scenarios can be carried out faster and more automatically.

 

As a first task, the thesis should analyze the current testing workflow and estimate how much time can be saved by integrating the proposed testing methods. Throughout the thesis, different testing methods should be explored to allow fast and accurate testing of different types of ground-bound robotic vehicles. The focus should be on strategies that automatically execute the tests for each release.

 

The thesis should cover different levels of testing, from unit tests up to integration tests, including showcases for each level and every part of the system. To ensure proper execution on the Microcontroller, at least the integration tests should be executed (also) on the Microcontroller.

 

Additionally, the thesis should cover the tooling needed to allow the fast creation of additional tests apart from the showcases. Apart from defining proper test methods, the thesis should also cover issues of appropriate test coverage to avoid creating too few/too many test cases.

Offer:

  • A young, very nice team incl. two easy-to-maintain robot prototypes
  • Flexible working conditions (working hours, home office option, etc.)
  • Good team spirit with flat hierarchies
  • Experience the development of a company from the very beginning
  • Work on a promising technology and witness its progress!

You are interested?

Then let us talk! Please send your application documents with your CV to: office@arti-robots.com

Events and Achievements

Challenges and Events where our Team or Members participated.

ELROB - European Land Robot Trial

European Land Robot Trial – ELROB

The ELROB, which takes place for the sixth time now, enables you to get a glance at the latest R&D in the area of unmanned outdoor/off-road ground systems. The scenarios have been developed in closest co-operation with the military users and reflect the up-to-date requirements of the forces. This event offers the fantastic opportunity to mingle with the international experts from the user community, the industry and the R&D sector.

  • Finalist, ELROB 2022, Transport – Mule, Austria, June 2022


Webpage

 


Dubai World Challenge for Self-Driving Transport

Dubai World Challenge for Self-Driving Transport

The 2nd edition of the challenge is devoted to Self-driving Logistics Services, including ground transport and drones.

“This global competition aims to expand the use of driverless transport across many fields and encourage leading companies in this particular field to tackle the existing mobility challenges, such as the first and last-mile, traffic congestions, and the low public transport ridership. Self-driving transport has become a key pillar of RTA’s strategy, and we are determined to achieve our goals through a host of creative initiatives capable of making self-driving transport a reality on the ground in Dubai.” added Al Tayer.

  • Finalist, Self-Driving Transport, Dubai, Oktober 2021


Webpage

 


ARG – Autonomous Racing Graz

ARG – Autonomous Racing Graz

World’s first racing series for humans and artificial intelligence. It was created to accelerate the development of autonomous software by pushing the technology to its limits in a range of controlled environments.

  • 2nd Season Alpha, Localization Challenge, Zalazone, August 2019
  • 2nd Season Alpha, Performance and Precision Challenge, France, November 2019


Webpage
| Facebook

 


Tedusar and GRIPS

Tedusar and GRIPS

Team Tedusar and GRIPs are both student teams of the TU Graz, which competed in RoboCup Rescue and RoboCup Logistic.

  • 1st Place “Best in Class Autonomous Exploration” at RoboCup World Cup 2016 – Leipzig, Germany
  • 3rd in Logistics League 2016
  • 2nd Place “Best in Class Autonomy” at RoboCup German Open 2015 – Magdeburg, Germany
  • 4th Place “Overall Competition” at RoboCup German Open 2015 – Magdeburg, Germany
  • 2nd Place “Best in Class Autonomy” at RoboCup World Cup 2014 – João Pessoa, Brazil
  • 1st Place “Innovative User Interface Award” at RoboCup World Cup 2014 – João Pessoa, Brazil

 

Webpage | Facebook

 


DHL Robotics Challenge

DHL Robotics Challenge

The Challenge in 2016 was about designing a self-driving delivery cart that can accompany mail carriers and postmen in their last-mile delivery. The prototype must be able to move freely when transporting parcels.

  • 2nd Place at DHL Robotics Challenge 2016

 


Achievements

Achievements

  • Winner Startup World Cup Austria – Smart City 2022
  • Austrian Robotics Award 2018
  • AMADEE-18 Mars Analog Mission of the Austrian Space Forum (ÖWF) 2018 – Oman

Collaboration

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