CAYTU Robotics in Partnership with Brigham Young University Develops Remotely Operated Robots

by | May 6, 2023 | Collaborative

CAYTU Robotics, a startup based in Dakar, Senegal, is pioneering an initiative involving a crowdsourced robotics platform that enables the remote operation of autonomous robots by outsourced pilots worldwide. While remote outsourcing presently emphasizes non-physical digital abilities like digital content development and software, CAYTU bridges the gap between remote digital outsourcing and physical involvement by providing practical expertise and skills to distant geographic areas where they are required.

CAYTU Robotics has introduced an AI-Human Collaborative Shared Control technique to prioritize human interaction in robotics, unleashing the robots’ full capabilities and creating fresh prospects for individuals and enterprises. With their Android & iOS application, they have made teleoperation as straightforward and intuitive as possible. Any person with a mobile phone can easily become a CAYTU Pilot.

For more information on CAYTU’s robot or to register for a chance to remotely pilot a robot please visit their site:

CAYTU Robotics

by: Bill Parson

by: Bill Parson

Bill is an accomplished editor with a passion for robotics and emerging technologies. With a keen eye for detail and a knack for concise communication, he plays a pivotal role in developing and publishing content for SimplyBots. His deep interest in the field of robotics stems from his fascination with the potential of intelligent machines to transform various aspects of our lives.

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