Implementing the Next Generation of Automation
Liberty Reach was founded in 2005 as an R&D lab for robotics and artificial vision applications in the automotive and aerospace industries. We began by providing computer vision algorithms and architectures for robotic manufacturing processes at General Motors, The Chrysler Group, BMW, Mercedes-Benz, and the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter program – inter alia.
Since then, we’ve evolved into producing our own products for robot guidance and being at the forefront of the advancement of robot guidance through 3D vision.
We’re driven to find new ways of enabling robots to work smarter and increase the capabilities of automation. We envision a future where manufacturing is faster, more flexible and safer.
This is our expertise and our passion.
Liberty Reach is guiding innovation in the automotive, aerospace, and other manufacturing industries.
|2005||Liberty Reach is founded by G Neil Haven|
|2005-2011||LR is an R&D lab offering contract services for machine vision, automation, and artificial intelligence to automotive, aerospace, and general manufacturing industries|
|2012||LR offers first products for machine vision and robot guidance
Product release: VFix, 3D robot guidance with stationary sensors (volumetric fixturing)
LR becomes exclusive N. American distributor for QUISS
|2014||Product release: VFind, 3D robot guidance w/ robot-mounted sensors|
|2015||LR opens Ann Arbor office as sales & engineering HQ|
|2016||Product release: VPresence, 3D part presence / absence detection|
|2017||Product release: V-Guide, 3D robot guidance w/ robot-mounted, volumetric sensors (replaces VFind)|
|2018||Integrator partnership program launch|
|2019||Product release: VPick, 3D robot guidance for box de-palletizing
Product release: VSx 1000 series sensor offers higher accuracy for a more industrialized solution