One-stop solution for robot autonomy
Sevensense is committed to helping industries achieve new levels of efficiency and unlock novel applications by pushing the frontiers of mobile robotics. Equipped with our technology, robots can safely and autonomously navigate in dynamic indoor and outdoor environments such as airports, supermarkets, warehouses and train stations.
The Sevensense core technology is based on computer vision and AI techniques, originating from 10+ years of research at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, ETH Zurich. We develop and deliver both software and hardware, providing a complete solution to the autonomous robot navigation problem.
The basis for autonomy is precise and reliable positioning. By fusing data from multiple sensors with sophisticated Edge AI algorithms, we enable robots to map the environment and reliably localize within it, both indoors and outdoors.
Autonomous robots need to prevent collisions against static structures as well as unexpected obstacles, such as humans or mobile machines. Hence, our navigation solution enables advanced motion capabilities to seamlessly avoid any obstructions.
Versatile by design
Whether they have to clean the floor in supermarkets, record the inventory in warehouses, handle materials on a factory floor or deliver parcels on university campuses, all ground mobile platforms can benefit from our autonomy solution. Not only can our customers mount our proprietary visual-inertial sensor in arbitrary configurations, but also benefit from a variety of smart motions relevant for their specific application.
Meet the team
Our team is composed of passionate and motivated roboticists experienced in computer vision, localization and mapping, and navigation. Interested to board the Sevensense ship? Make sure to take a look at our job vacancies!
Fynn von Kistowski
Chairman of the Board
Member of the Board
Moving robots out of the factory floor is an exciting challenge! To realize this large-scale mission, we are always on the look for motivated engineers and scientists. If you wish to join our team in Zurich and help us develop our technology, consider the openings below and get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.