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WinterWinds Robotics

Cobot | Interplanetary

Earthling

A System for an Interplanetary People

Earthling AMR

Government and private entities have made it clear: they are sending crews, researchers, and equipment to harsh and dangerous places, to stay. Space agencies across the globe have made it clear: they are going to space, to stay. Our species is accelerating its resolve to do new and exciting things. Life as we know it is changing. Recent leaps in technology have made it possible for us to start looking forward - and to look UP - again. This confidence in technology, as it is all around us and an integral part of the daily lives of most people living in modern society, is well-earned in many cases. But deadly when it comes to the aspirations of government and private entities wishing to operate on dangerous or off-earth ground. If we are GOING - to stay - to harsh, dangerous, previously-unencountered environments (and it's clear that we are), current technology in artificial intelligence and robotics is not sufficient to ensure the safety of the humans who will depend on it for very breath.

Take autonomous vehicles, for instance. The entire autonomous industry is attempting to solve for uncertainty the same way- to encounter the scenario, record the encounter, and train the model. This is not possible in an unconstrained environment such as Luna or Mars.

A System for an Interplanetary People

Mission: To help humans in harsh environments live to see another sunrise, wherever they may be. 

 

Vision: Pioneer solutions for multi-planetary human challenges through human-centric intelligence and platforms

 

Story : WinterWinds Robotics was founded in February of 2018 when Valerie Eastman, a former teacher, became interested in how educational approaches could be applied to artificial intelligence and robotics.

A False Sense of Security

This confidence in technology, as it is all around us and an integral part of the daily lives of most people living in modern society, is well-earned in many cases. But deadly when it comes to the aspirations of government and private entities wishing to operate on dangerous or off-earth ground. 

 

If we are GOING – to stay – to harsh, dangerous, previously-unencountered environments (and it’s clear that we are), current technology in artificial intelligence and robotics is not sufficient to ensure the safety of the humans who will depend on it for very breath.

 

Take autonomous vehicles, for instance. The entire autonomous industry is attempting to solve for uncertainty the same way- to encounter the scenario, record the encounter, and train the model. This is not possible in an unconstrained environment such as Luna or Mars.