Construction robots are getting bigger and more powerful, with the first major developments in the field coming in the form of the Vaughn.
The new robot is called the Vixen, and it’s made up of an array of advanced hardware and software, including the ability to build and assemble housing units in a controlled environment, using a standard modular design.
Vixen is built by Austin-based robot maker Abrasax, which specializes in robotic construction.
According to the company, the Vxen can be built in about five hours using its latest generation of advanced robotics.
Abradax, however, is not the only company in the robotics space building robotics products.
A robotic contractor named M3 Robotics, which also makes robotics components for the aerospace industry, has also recently been in the development of a new, much more advanced robot called the M3 X. The X is a full-size robotic crane that can lift up to 2,000 pounds and haul cargo.
“I started building a lot of different projects in robotics and building robots,” said Matt Anderson, the founder and CEO of M3.
“But nothing ever seemed to match the complexity and engineering required to make these robots to scale.”
As more and more robotic construction companies emerge, the demand for robots is growing.
That demand, coupled with the growing popularity of robots in the aerospace and construction industries, is prompting many companies to introduce new, powerful and advanced robots.
The Vixens are part of that trend.
Anderson said that the Vxxen, with its modular construction and advanced software, will be the first of many new robots.
The Vixan has been designed for a specific purpose: it is a modular crane that uses standard robotics components to build complex structures.
But it is also designed to be used for construction projects of any size.
“The modular crane can be configured to lift and carry over 2,500 pounds,” Anderson said.
“It has the capability to handle more than 100,000 square feet of space.”
The Vxens can also use a standard robotic crane to lift up the entire project, and the X can lift the entire unit in a single motion.
This is what the VXen looks like inside.
The robotic crane is the center piece of the crane.
M3 also has a robotic crane called the X, which is designed to lift a total of 2,250 pounds.
This crane is a part of a larger M3 robotics line.
The company plans to introduce a new version of the X in the near future.
For the Vicksen, the company has taken a different approach to building a robot.
The team at Vixn says the Vysen is a more traditional robot, with a few changes to the construction kit.
The main difference is that the modular Vysent is powered by a battery, rather than a generator.
Instead of using batteries, the team has built the Vyssens with a system that uses solar panels to provide power.
The battery used in the Vinsens is made of solar panels that sit on the roof of the robotic crane.
The panels generate power using solar energy and charge the Vyens with it.
“With a battery,” Anderson explained, “you have no moving parts.
You don’t have to move any parts to do any work.”
The solar panels also act as an inverter, which allows the Vytens to be powered while still being able to use the battery for other purposes.
“You can keep it charged while you are in the crane,” Anderson added.
“When it’s not in use, it just powers on and off.”
The Vyssen can lift a 2,750-pound unit in under three hours.
The M3 Vixes, with their modular design, are designed to handle two or three units in one motion.
That makes the Vxsens one of the few robotic crane systems that can be used to build entire structures, Anderson said, and a huge advantage in many different construction projects.
The company is also working on an additional, more powerful version of its modular Vyssent, the XM3, which will be able to lift two to four units in under an hour.
That would make it the third-generation Vyssener, which are designed specifically for the construction industry.
“The Vysens are very powerful machines, and their versatility makes them ideal for complex construction projects,” said Mike Tuchman, a principal engineer with Abracadabra Robotics, who is also part of the design team for the Vxusens.
“In terms of their ability to scale and move, the modular structure is what makes them so versatile.
We see it as an important technology in the future of building robotics.”
The technology powering the Vusens is also important in other ways.
In a nutshell, the system is a hybrid design.
The top part of an AbraX is made up from the base of a modular robotic