Brisbane, Australia – November 2020
Dr Jürgen ‘Juxi’ Leitner
LYRO Robotics Pty Ltd (ABN 47 635 402 489)
6 Electronics St, Eight Miles Plain, QLD 4113, Australia
ABOUT LYRO ROBOTICS
LYRO Robotics is creating the brains, eyes, and hands for the next generation of intelligent robots. LYRO’s robots are powered by state-of-the-art machine learning and world-leading robotic grasping solutions. Picking and packing robots are developed, designed, and deployed in supply chain and logistics operations within Australia right now and soon globally.
LYRO is an Australian deep-tech robotics company, incorporated in August 2019. It leads the push to create intelligent robots for order fulfilment in warehousing and logistic scenarios in Australia. LYRO is in the business of developing state-of-the-art robotics, computer vision and artificial intelligence to visually identify, locate, pick and pack a large range of inventory stock. Dr Leitner previously led the Australian Centre for Robotic Vision’s Manipulation and Vision research program before taking the leap into the world of start-ups with fellow Centre Research Fellow, Dr Nicole Robinson, and former Research Student, Mr Norton Kelly-Boxall. LYRO Robotics was born after Dr Leitner led “Team ACRV” to victory at the 2017 Amazon Robotics Challenge in Japan with the only custom-built robot in the global competition.