iRobot

July 2014.  iRobot and iTrack have agreed to partner and to submit a Broad Agency Announcement (BAA) proposal to the  Air Force that would utilize both companies technologies.  iRobot and iTrack expect this to be the first of several potential several business opportunities with the military.

Briggs & Stratton

May 2014. iTrack autonomously navigated and controlled  two (2) customized  Briggs & Stratton vehicles  using our ANS-410 Autonomous Navigation System at their Wauwatosa, WI facilities. ITrack and Briggs & Stratton personnel were excited as these vehicles successfully operated during a series of performance and evaluation tests over a two day period.  It is anticipated by both parties this will be the first step in the joint commercialization of our combined technologies.

Michigan Robotics Industry Forum

April 2014. The National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS) and General Dynamics Land Systems MC2 invited iTrack to demonstrate its autonomous navigation technology at the Michigan Robotics Industry Executive Forum. Our company demonstrated the simultaneous autonomous navigation of two electric vehicles using our ANS-410 Autonomous Navigation System to various invited guests. 
To see this demonstration at General Dynamics’ Land Systems MC2 facility, please click here and watch both of the electric vehicles being autonomously navigated. Our ANS-410 is simple to set up and any desired autonomous vehicle route can be quickly programmed or easily altered if the work task route is changed.

Sight & Sound Theaters - Moses

March 2014. The parting of the Red Sea ...... the Burning Bush ... the Plagues ... the Ten Commandments ... finally ... the greatest Biblical epic of the Old Testament came to life tonight on the Sight & Sound Theater stage in Lancaster County, PA with the help of iTrack. iTrack and Sight & Sound engineers and creative personnel worked closely together during the last year to create this incredible production and tonight the hard work was worth it. The audience was amazed and entertained by autonomously moving mountains, bridges, a burning bush and other set pieces as the biblical story of Moses was told.  Josh Enck, the Director of Moses talks about iTrack and this Moses production last December in this video.
iTrack is proud and excited to be the technical provider to Sight & Sound Theater of the grandest and most challenging simultaneous autonomous operation of set pieces ever attempted for live theater. We appreciate the opportunity to help them tell the story of Moses.  The show is scheduled to run for one year until March 2015

Wesley International

February 2014. iTrack demonstrated a modified PackMule electric tugger vehicle being autono-mously navigated by our ANS-410 Autonomous Navigation System at Wesley International’s Georgia assembly facility to various invited guests and customers. 
Click here to see the demonstration of this vehicle autonomously navigating both inside and outside Wesley International’s assembly facility.
Our ANS-410 is simple to set up and any desired autonomous vehicle route can be quickly programmed or easily altered if the work task route is changed. We highlighted this capability at this demonstration by stopping the vehicle, randomly driving a new path, storing this new path and then immediately autonomously navigating the vehicle using this newly stored path.

The Toro Company

January 2014. Toro selected iTrack to continue to work closely with their engineering group to develop their next generation autonomous vehicle that will utilize our ANS-410 Autonomous Navigation System. The beta test this vehicle with Toro customers later this year will serve as the first step of commercializing our autonomous navigation vehicle technology and their vehicle platform. iTrack and Toro have enjoyed a very productive and close working relationship with each other over the last four years.

General Dynamic-AIS

January 2014. iTrack successfully demon-strated our TS-410 Tracking System for General Dynamics-AIS engineering personnel at their Ypsilanti, MI facilities. We provided precise and speedy positioning location information for a simulated hand held sensor that could be used for maintenance and health monitoring of a vehicle. Our TS-410 can quickly guide users to the saved multiple “points of interests” located on the vehicle at the same facility or at any inside or outside location or facility in the world. Unlike some conventional facilities based positioning system, our patented reference system “travels” with the vehicle.

Kessler Crane and awarding winning time lapse photography director/producer

December 2013. The iTrack/Kessler Crane Rover camera vehicle with self-leveling stabilization capabilities was used to successfully shoot a series of exciting time lapse movies by our award winning time lapse photography director/producer client in Dubai. This innovative Rover camera vehicle is a significant upgrade to the existing rail system currently used by all time lapse photographers to provide mobility to their cameras.

Sight & Sound Theaters

December 2013. iTrack and Sight & Sound Theater engineers successfully complete a series of final system performance testing for the multiple autonomous set pieces for their upcoming Moses production. This exciting show will start full production in March 2014. Please open this hyperlink to view one of the system tests.

Time Domain Corporation

November 2013. Time Domain and iTrack agree to joint strategic marketing relationship. Time Domain has purchased an iTrack TS-410 Tracking Systems and a robotic demonstration vehicle controlled by our AVC-410 Autonomous Vehicle Controller. Time Domain will use this hardware for in-house marketing and sales demonstrations and at tradeshows. It will highlight the precise performance capabilities of their radios as part of iTrack’s autonomous vehicle navigation system (ANS-410) and as an element in our precise tracking and positioning system (TS-410). We look forward to continuing to work closely with valued partner during the upcoming years.

Yaskawa-Motoman

November 2013. iTrack and Yaskawa-Motoman teamed up for a mobile robotic demonstration at Mori Seiki’s Manufacturing Days. iTrack autonomously navigated, using only our AVC-410 Autonomous Vehicle Controller, a Yaskawa-Motoman robot performing a series of pick and place tasks. It was the most popular technology demonstration of the Manufacturing Days event. Please open this hyperlink to view the pick and place demonstration video of this autonomous mobile robotic assembly arm

Wesley International

November 2013. Wesley International’s senior management team visited with iTrack and liked what they saw. Their group observed a demonstration of a modified PackMule electric tugger vehicle being autonomously navigated by our ANS-410 Autonomous Navigation System at our Michigan facilities. Our ANS-410 is simple to set up and any desired autonomous vehicle route can be quickly programmed or easily altered if the work task route is changed. Please open this hyperlink to view this demonstration promotional video of this implementation of our technology.

Sight & Sound Theaters

September 2013. iTrack and Sight & Sound Theater engineers successfully complete a series of performance accuracy and repeatability tests for their upcoming Moses production. Our ANS-410 Autonomous Navigation System was shown to have an operational accuracy of 1.5 inches or better during testing scenarios. Please open this hyperlink to view one of the performance accuracy and repeatability tests.

Michigan Motion Picture Studios

July 2013. iTrack concluded three days of successful business meetings and technology ANS-410 Autonomous Navigation System demonstrations at Sound Stage # 6 for various invited customers and guests. We are very grateful to our friends at Michigan Motion Picture Studios for their hospitality.

Sight & Sound Theaters

January 2013. Sight and Sound Theaters creative and engineering personnel will utilize iTrack’s technology to autonomously control six set pieces in their upcoming 2014 show; Moses. The iTrack ANS-410 Autonomous Navigation System has the ability to autonomously navigate and precisely control multiple vehicles in most all environments. The ANS-410 is simple to use and any desired routes for the various vehicles can be quickly programmed and easily changed if required.

Northrop Grumman Aerospace

2012. Northrop Grumman Aerospace purchased and successfully tested our TS-410 Tracking System during three product demonstrations to Northrop Grumman’s DOD customers in 2012. We were able provide precise and rapid positioning location information for their hand held sensors. We can quickly guide users to the saved multiple “points of interests” located on the vehicle at the same facility or at any inside or outside location or facility in the world. Unlike some conventional facilities based positioning system, our patented reference system “travels” with the vehicle. This enables the desired freedom and independence to not have to always return to a home base facility to perform these critical maintenance and health monitoring tests.

Kessler Crane and awarding winning time lapse photography director/producer

2012. iTrack has partnered with Kessler Crane to build the first robotic Rover camera vehicles with self-leveling stabilization capabilities. This revolutionary Rover camera vehicle is a significant upgrade to the existing rail system currently used by all time lapse photographers and film studios to provide mobility to their cameras. We will deliver this Rover vehicle to the award winning director/producer in 2013 for his time lapse movie shoot in Dubai.

Sight & Sound Theaters

2012. Sight and Sound Theater’s creative and engineering personnel selected iTrack’s ANS-410 Autonomous Navigation System to autonomously control four set pieces in their upcoming 2013 show; Jonah. We empower their engineering and creative staffs to dazzle the audience with a variety of easily reprogrammable multiple freely moving set pieces that has not been technically available until now to the entertainment industry.