FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Autonomous Solutions, Inc. Announces Release of Mobius™ Command & Control Software Version 6.0 Featuring a Unified Code Architecture. PETERSBORO, UTAH—April 17, 2013. Autonomous Solutions, Inc. announces that Version 6.0 of Mobius™ Command & Control Software has been released. Mobius v6.0 features Windows 7 compatibility fixes, road network support, enhanced vehicle history playback, and simplified vehicle simulator creation. Mobius™ Command & Control Software is ASI’s flagship… Read More »
On May 1-2, more than 3,300 seventh grade students from all over northern Utah arrived at Bridgerland Applied Technology College in Logan, Utah for the 2013 Career Days. Career Days is an annual event designed to introduce middle school students to a variety of career paths available in technology and other trade fields and encourage them to start planning early for higher education. Autonomous Solutions, Inc. (ASI) joined… Read More »
As the United States combat presence scales down in the Iraq and Afghanistan regions, so does US military spending on robotics, says Valerie Insinna, Staff Writer for the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA). In her recent article “Opportunities for Non-Military Robots Increase,” Insinna focuses on how Robotics companies will soon find it necessary to look to other markets as defense resources dry up. Many companies are already looking… Read More »
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Guideline™ Wins Bronze at Chicago Ceremony; Awards Celebrate 26 Years of Honoring Innovators and Innovation CHICAGO, IL—April 26, 2013. The Edison Awards, celebrating 26 years of honoring the best in innovation and excellence in the development of new products and services, announces that the Guideline™ Robotic Convoy System was voted a bronze winner for innovation in the Applied Technology: Safety category at the April 25th… Read More »
On April 17 at exactly 9:30 AM MDT, Autonomous Solutions, Inc. became the epicenter for “The Big One.” Employees dove under their desks and held on, simulating what they would do in the event of a real earthquake. ASI joined more than 860,000 people from families, schools, and businesses throughout the State of Utah, and more than 2 million people worldwide, who participated in the Great ShakeOut.