Our mission is to automate tasks by providing robots and edge computers with self-awareness. Swarm Technology has invented, has demonstrated, and holds the patent on intent-based proactive autonomy.

The company provides an advancement in the area of distributed artificial intelligence with a clear focus on collective awareness. The fields of application are: autonomous robots and distributed heterogeneous computing.

As a non-limiting example, our technology will maneuver clusters of unmanned ground vehicles and clusters of unmanned air vehicles to automate the task of mapping, inspection and reconnaissance.

Alfonso Íñiguez, Swarm Technology Founder

Swarm Technology's architecture allows dynamic addition of processors for uninterrupted distributed processing and enables vendor-agnostic heterogeneous processing by means of using proactive, dynamic configurable, skill-aware, autonomous agents. The architecture harnesses processing power, enables multi-agent artificial intelligence, facilitates dispersed computing, and provides intent-based automation at scale.

One prominent application is edge computing, where devices trade computational resources at the end of the network. Our patented architecture demonstrates the five principles of swarm intelligence in robotics: Awareness, Autonomy, Solidarity, Expandability, and Resiliency. Those attributes are essential for dynamic reconnaissance where the system self-heals after losing resources.

Swarm Technology's patented and patent pending intellectual property covers: distributed processing, heterogeneous processing, swarm intelligence, and multi-agent artificial intelligence. We seek to partner with an established company to quickly build market share and margins for products adopting Swarm Technology’s architecture and algorithms. 

Patent No. 9,146,777 entitled “Parallel Processing With Solidarity Cells by Proactively Retrieving From a Task Pool a Matching Task for the Solidarity Cell to Process” issued on September 29, 2015, and U.S. Patent 9,852,004 entitled “System and Method for Parallel Processing Using Dynamically Configurable Proactive Co-Processing Cells” issued on December 26, 2017, describe the essence of the architecture. 

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