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Different Use Case Profiles

robolaunch is not only for development and simulation purposes but offers a complete suite for end-to-end production-grade cloud robotics applications from operations to deployment and design. 

Whatever your role is, you can find a place for yourself at the robolaunch platform and start benefiting from its useful features and tools. robolaunch Process Management Center (RPMC) is comprised of 5 different sub-centers mentioned below.


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Development & Simulation Center (DSC)
Teaching and Training Center (TTC)
Field Operations Center (FOC)
Artifact Design Center (ADC)
Robot Operations Center (ROC)

Advanced Use Case Developers

Are you a developer, not fundamental robot software, but a PaaS component developer? robolaunch initiates different types of PaaS component developments.

  • Middleware development involved with Dapr and Istio
  • Kubernetes operator development
  • Robot fleet manager and operator development
  • Database integration and administration (TSDB, SQL, NoSQL, InmemoryDB)
  • Storage (Object and Block Storage)
  • Networking (5G-Wifi6, Message Bus, Registry, DDS)
  • AI/ML analytics applications
  • Security components (IAM, CA, Secrets) development
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University and STEM Instructors

Are you a robotics instructor at a university or STEM institution? You can benefit from robolaunch’s feature for instructors. With this feature, you will be able to digitalize your way of teaching and access different sets of tools.

Nowadays, there is a big transition into distance learning. And this situation is has a big disadvantage on practical courses. To avoid these advantages use robolaunch cloud services and transform your physical lab environment into the virtual laboratory while benefiting from cloud computation power. At the robolaunch Teaching Center, as an instructor you can:

  • create a virtual classroom for interactive practical teaching

  • prepare a template robotics project in order to develop by your students

  • prepare a 3D simulation environment in order to use by your students

  • select a complete ready robotics project and share it with your students

  • deploy the developed project into a physical robot

  • check your student’s progress and projects

  • prepare an exam like tests for evaluating them

  • share your VDI screen during practical teaching sessions

  • prototype your research and industry projects.

Field Clouds and Administrators

Cloud infrastructure has a place in every company. However, deploying applications on the cloud and managing, maintaining the infrastructure is a tough job and requires the collaboration of different teams. Having a centralized platform for deploying and managing all of your distributed applications is invaluable. Thankfully this is promoted by robolaunch. As a DevOps Engineer, Site Reliability Engineer, Administrator at robolaunch Field Operations Center you can:

  • setup and manage Kubernetes infrastructure on physical robots

  • setup and manage servers (Storage, Compute, GPU, Networking)

  • maintain, modify and deploy pod or container assets of robotics applications

  • maintain, modify and deploy pod or container assets of engineering applications

  • isolate users spread across multiple teams, or projects by managing Namespaces

  • divide cluster resources among different teams via resource quotas using Namespaces

  • create, deploy, and manage different Kubernetes clusters

  • onboard robotics assets developed by your development team

  • manage the continuous integration and continuous deployment operations of your robotics assets

robolaunch’s deployment options
  • robolaunch Cloud: Let robolaunch host and manage all the utilization you need for your business solution, our team of cloud and IT experts will take care of all the details for you. This cost and the workforce-effective option are recommended for startups and SMEs (Small-Medium Enterprise).

  • Private Cloud: Do you want to host everything on your private cloud or select of cloud provider while your team is taking care of all the setup and management? robolaunch PaaS product supports private cloud deployment and our team of cloud and IT experts can consult during the whole process.

  • On-Premise: Do you have a strict security concern that requires an onsite data center to host your application? robolaunch PaaS product support on-premise deployment and our team of cloud and IT experts can consult during the whole process.

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3D Artists and Engineers

Are you working in a robotics company as a designer or a non-robotics engineer? You can still be part of the robolaunch platform and share the platform with your workaholics for collaboration.

Digital media and engineering solutions are take a part in almost every business in today’s world. These two different domain has something in common, they both require high computation power. robolaunch offers its users a shared desktop environment hosted on high-power cloud computers. At the robolaunch Design Center, as a 3D or an algorithm designer you can:

  • start a project from scratch,

  • carry an existing project to the platform,

  • use preinstalled CAD/CAM tools for design and edit purposes (Blender

  • take a render of your design assets,

  • use preinstalled scientific programs for scientific computing and algorithm design (Octave, Scilab & Xcos)

  • use preinstalled analysis program for fluid dynamics, finite element analysis, and simulations

Robot Operators

Are you a robot operator who makes sure that robots are doing fine? You can benefit from robolaunch’s PaaS feature for robot operators. With this feature, you will be able to work in a flexible environment and interference remotely with the problems that occurred on-site by using different sets of tools offered on the platform.

Dark factories are the future. We as humans want them to operate and continue manufacturing without stopping. But is this really possible? Current robot technology is not at that level and still sometimes requires human interference. However, we can still increase efficiency. As a remote robot operator, at robolaunch Operations Center you can:

  • manage the life cycle of robots and software stack of robots

  • teleoperate any robot with a 5G low-latency connection

  • keep track of battery metrics and consumption levels

  • keep track of resources (CPU, GPU, RAM) and consumption levels,

  • assign tasks to the individual robot or fleet

  • manage and monitor sensor data and task results

  • stream robot’s world view from camera data

  • diagnose possible software and hardware error and failures

  • immediately apply interventions for errors through the interface or SSH connection

  • manually reset and restart the whole robotics system

  • get instant push notifications from robots when a problem occurs

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