Get to know the story and philosophy behind Grene Robotics.
WHY ARE WE HERE
To help organisations transcend into the 5th industrial revolution of human-machine coexistence
Back in 2008, we predicted that the future of organisations will be driven by autonomy, automation and human-machine co-existence. So we embarked on a journey to find new combinations of technology that can make it possible for people, machines and organisations to exist together. The challenge was to find a perfect recipe so all 3 could benefit simultaneously.
We saw that nothing had been done to solve this problem before, so we founded Grene Robotics to help organizations and people use drones, droids or intelligent machines to do their work. Grene Robotics was created to bring together people with a different attitude and tenacity to design, build and sell human-machine coexistence.
WHAT DO WE DO
GreneOS : Our AI Platform as a Service delivers Autonomous Organisations
We are designing and building an IoE Platform called GreneOS that will deliver Autonomous Organizations. IoE or Internet of Everything is the intelligent connection of people, process, data and machines.
We are focused on creating the world’s foremost technological breakthroughs that unlocks the power of Human-Machine collaboration so that we can liberate humans to focus on humanity and machines can master creativity, curiosity, complex decision making and empathy. GreneOS will unify people, machines and systems. It will automate processes and integrate systems on top of which autonomous applications are built for intelligent decision making for organizations globally.
WHY ARE WE HERE
By questioning the status quo, and using R&D to change it.
We are focused on people and R&D to create the world’s foremost technological breakthroughs that unlock the power of unification, autonomy and Human-Machine collaboration. To stay ahead of the changing world, we upgrade our platform GreneOS every day. This helps unify people, machines, processes and systems. Our R&D will enable the gradual transition of humans to be on-the-process rather than in-the-process. We built applications and deployment layers that are fully backward and forward compatible to automatically upgrade our customer deployments as the platform upgrades.
WHY ARE WE HERE
Bringing the focus back to Humans
In today’s world robots and people have no common language, communication or collaboration workspace. But tomorrow, organizations around the globe will be using GreneOS™ to help them transcend the 5th Industrial Revolution of human-machine coexistence by bringing robots into the workforce.
By bringing machines into the workforce, enterprises will become customer centric. Defence Technology will be unmanned and Smart City technology will be citizen-focused. Imagine a day where smart cities are capable of making autonomous decisions based on the long term prosperity and sustainability of the most important stakeholder, the citizens. Cities will deliver services responsibly that are driven by real-time intelligence gathered from the citizens autonomously while ensuring their privacy.
We’re making the world a safer, more sustainable place using AI.
Nature is the greatest engineer, we constantly look for inspiration in nature.
We like to challenge the status quo, take risks and shatter conventions.
Our greatest assets are our People and Patents.
To keep innovating is to keep growing.
Technology inspired by nature
We are endlessly inspired by the deeper vision of nature’s efficient design and intelligence
The Journey So Far
A little backstory….
Kiran’s (the founder) tryst with autonomous solutions started while he was at Carnegie Mellon University where he worked on building autonomous systems for the Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), this experience left him thinking what autonomous solutions can do for different industries. Kiran entered the enterprise workforce with his first job at Pitney Bowes and got a first hand experience of how broken and inefficient today’s enterprise and government operations were. This led to the realisation that to bring robots into the workforce we will need a new breed of systems powered by autonomy.