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Minipada/README.md

Hello there,

I'm leading the development for many of our stacks at Brisa Robotics. Nowadays, working on systems, backend, frontend and analytics.

At Brisa Robotics, we developped Windrose, a suite of tools to make MHE and robots autonomous in days instead of weeks:

  1. An optimized localization and navigation modules connected to your MES/WMS
  2. A KIT to make the vehicle autonomous that can be installed in hours
  3. A reliable and secure operating system
  4. Analytics and alerting available everywhere to predict and understand your efficiency

The company is in Recife, Brazil πŸ‡§πŸ‡· while I live in Hamburg, Germany πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ. We already completed installations remotely in Brazil and Europe.

Ping be at my email for more material or for a digital coffee.

Cheers!

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    Vim script

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  3. Who doesn't hate reinstalling his machine from ground up? This repo automates this

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  4. Franz recipe for weekplan

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