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  • Sam Claassens

NavAbility SDKs Released


At WhereWhen.ai we’re excited to make robot navigation available to all! From enterprise commercial companies through to high-school hobbyists, our software lets you build out a complete robot navigation system for any application.

Navigation AI – also called a SLAM system, perception, or simply mapping – is the critical technology blocking robots from working in the real world. Read more here if you’d like to know how we’re solving this challenge.


With this in mind we’re excited to announce our Python, Julia, and Javascript SDKs!

These can be found on our website or here:

These are in development and are the first release. A few notes for users:

  • Expect that these will change as we introduce new features, so we recommend joining the Slack channel to keep up to date.

  1. We recommend using the “Guest” user for testing (which is open and accessible to all), but if you would like a user account of your own, feel free to reach out to us.

  2. We’re working on prioritizing features, so please feel free to write issues against the GitHub repositories if you would like specific functionality prioritized.

If you have any questions or feedback, please reach out to us at info@wherewhen.ai.

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