Supercharge Robotics

A software development platform that combines artificial intelligence with human operators to give robots autonomous capabilities.

Is Synthiam for me?

Faster Robot Programming

Robot builders use ARC to experience fast development results by easily integrating new technologies, such as machine vision and autonomous behaviors using Exosphere.

Reach More Customers for Technology Products

Attract robot builder customers by publishing your sensor, cloud service or hardware product in Synthiam’s robot technology store.

Data & Robots to Test AI/ML Algorithms

AI and ML experts can access tens of thousands of real robots and operational data with Exosphere. Apply your AI product to work hand-in-hand with human intelligence.

ARC Integrates Amazing Technologies. Easily.

Computer Vision

Track and detect faces, objects, colors, glyphs and more

Movement Gaits

Create and experiment with animations and movement gaits using servo-motors

AI & Machine Learning

Create conversational personalities with sentiment using a combination of services

Speech Recognition

Access state of the art speech recognition services across multiple languages

Create Your Own

Reach more customers by creating a behavior control for the Synthiam Technology Store.


Advanced navigation using LIDAR, SLAM and Indoor Positioning Systems

Synthiam's ARC Software Connects to Anything

Connect to All Things!

Synthiam's ARC robot development software is hardware agnostic and connects to many products including Arduino, Raspberry Pi, EZ-Robot and more. Select Hardware

Define the future together

Thousands of robots around the world
are programmed with ARC Software

What are you waiting for?

Synthiam’s software platform connects robot builders with technologies to program amazing robot products.

Robot builders get access to new technologies.

Technology creators experience increased usage.

Bringing robot builders and technology creators together increases the number of robot products and decreases development cost. Get Started