Transform Your Heavy Equipment Operations
Retrofit existing equipment with Teleo Supervised Autonomy technology
SUPERCHARGED OPERATIONS THROUGH AUTONOMY
THE TELEO ADVANTAGE
Multiply operator output
With one operator remotely controlling two or more pieces of heavy equipment, your fleet does more work with the same number of people. This results in operational savings, with payback in less than a year.
Attract more operators
Gain crucial insights
Teleo Supervised Autonomy technology offers unprecedented analytics through real-time video and statistics. Use the data generated to make more informed business decisions and improve operational performance.
What they're saying
Teleo uses AI to turn construction machines into remotely operated robots
Teleo co-founder and CEO Vinay Shet discusses the potential impact of artificial intelligence on manufacturing and construction jobs on Fox Business’s ‘The Claman Countdown.’
Retrofitting equipment for remote control: an interview with Teleo’s CEO
Startup tech company Teleo has developed a way to retrofit heavy construction equipment so it can be operated by remote control. With it, operators can run their dozers, loaders and trucks with joysticks and monitors from anywhere.
Controlled Autonomy: Teleo Supervised Autonomy enables remote-control and semi-autonomous machine operation
Teleo is blending machine learning with the skills of human operators to help the construction industry navigate labor shortages. When installed on heavy equipment, the company’s new system, Teleo Supervised Autonomy, creates a remote-controlled and semi-autonomous machine.
Teleo brings remote operation capabilities to three construction partners, and expanded dealer network
Teleo has completed deals with John Aarts Group, Teichert, and Tomahawk Construction and started to expand globally through a new dealer partner network with Dobbs Positioning Solutions, RDO Equipment Co., SMS Equipment Inc., and SR-O Technology.
Bay Area Inno Award: Teleo's plan for remote operation of heavy equipment aims to transform construction, mining industries
Teleo wins a Bay Area Inno Award as one of nine Bay Area startups poised to change the world.
Deere adds new companies to its 2021 Startup Collaborator program
John Deere has added four companies to its 2021 Startup Collaborator program, including Teleo. The Startup Collaborator program helps John Deere deepen its interaction with startup companies whose technology could add value for John Deere customers in the future.
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