Why a working prototype isn't enough to get your robots to market

There is a shift happening in robotics. A decade ago, autonomous robots were largely confined to the lab, but recent advancements have been introducing them to the public at a breakneck pace.

In this new chapter of robotics development, we have to acknowledge that the rules of changed. It’s no longer enough to get a robot working. To get robots to market, teams must rapidly scale their one-off prototypes into profitable fleets.

Our team here at Foxglove thinks the key is observability – i.e. knowing how your robots sense, think, and act at every stage of development.

In our latest post, we cover the many flexible ways that you can integrate observability – e.g. while recording, uploading, processing, and analyzing data – to accelerate your team’s development and help you scale your robots for real-world deployment.