During its tenure at the OU Incubator, Advenovation grew its customer base more than six-fold as a robotic systems integrator. In 2011, GM Powertrain requested Advenovation to write its global standards for the implementation of machine vision, and the company is now a FANUC Robotics Authorized Systems Integrator that specializes in bin picking, inspection and vision-guided robotics.
At the same time, Advenovation installed North America’s first-ever bin picking work cell designed around FANUC’s new 3D Area Scanner in a production setting, and has been entrusted to work on the Orion spacecraft’s Heat Shield. The Orion spacecraft will replace NASA’s space shuttle program and will be used for crewed missions to the moon, asteroids and Mars.
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The graduation ceremony for Advenovation is set for 1 p.m. on Friday, May 31, at OU INC, located at the Shotwell-Gustafson Pavilion on Oakland’s campus
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