Stealth and Honeywell announce partnership to develop autonomous robots

Stealth technologies and commercial product producers Honeywell have entered into a 12-month deal to develop autonomous robotic vehicles.

Despite being a software development company, Stealth also builds automated robotic machines and artificial intelligence through machine learning, having developed StealthOS, an autonomous AI software.

Managing Director of Stealth Technologies, Charles Murphy, was excited by the potential created by the collaboration between the two companies.

“The team has been working to finalise a number of opportunities and we look forward to potentially unveiling some highly innovative projects,” said Murphy.

Honeywell is an international producer of aerospace and mining services and systems, delivering specific solutions and operating total asset and facility management.

Potential projects that may be explored through the collaboration include autonomous robot vehicles designed for transportation, inspection and surveillance activities.

Original source: Australian Mining | Stealth and Honeywell to develop autonomous vehicles

13 Sep 2019