The first-of-its kind company called Milestone Technology is launching a crowd-funded startup in a race to make disruptive technologies affordable.
It’s launching in New York City this week, and it has raised $1.5 million in seed funding.
Milestone says its “brave new world” is an opportunity for “entrepreneurs, innovators and researchers to build technologies that will fundamentally change the way we think about the world and the way people interact with each other.”
It’s aiming to create a range of technologies, from wearable computing to wireless internet of things to autonomous cars.
Milestones founders Michael Sibiero and Michael Dominguez are both entrepreneurs with experience in the field of smart cities and industrial robots.
Milera Technologies, founded by Sibiers, is using an industrial robot called a “stopper” to test the technology.
They say their robot is the world’s first robotic device to autonomously guide an entire building with a person in it.
The Stopper is a robotic system that has been designed to assist in the construction of buildings.
The company says it can work independently or cooperatively to guide buildings, bridges and other structures.
The robotic system uses a 3-D camera, lasers and sensors to guide its robots to work.
“The Stoppers can also be used as a guide to help workers move around,” the company says.
The robot can move a building’s floor plan, but its sensors and laser sensors allow it to also identify the layout of any object, like the walls or ceiling of a building.
The sensors can even be used to detect electrical signals, so workers can turn off the lights and turn off power.
The team also hopes to have the robot be a way for the government to provide some of its own technology to people who have difficulty using public transportation.
“Our goal is to provide the ability for people to be able to do work that is safer and more efficient than if they were using public transport,” said Sibieri.
The technology could be used in public spaces like subway stations, bus stops, airports and airports, Sibiera said.
For example, in New Jersey, the company has been developing an autonomous car that could move people around by itself.
“If you take one of the most dangerous things in the world, like a terrorist attack, you can’t do it on your own,” said Dominguez.
“We want to do that.”