Your copilot for sensor data.

Transform and search data from robots, drones and other devices at scale.
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Get the data you need, faster.

Securely store sensor data in the cloud. You can then search, analyze, and transform it in a few clicks.
Filter and downsample raw data
Process and transform data with actions
Search across multiple data modalities
Organize data into collections and reports
Export data to third party platforms


Search your data with
powerful multi-modal queries


Analyze your data
for patterns and edge cases


Transform your data
with custom actions


Tag and share slices
of data with your team

Developer Preview

Create an account and read the docs
$ pip install roboto

Data Management

Store your sensor data and logs in the cloud. Organize it with tags and metadata for fast retrieval. Comment on datasets, send notifications and tag people for review.


Run actions to transform and process your data. For example, extract image frames from logs and run algorithms on them. You can use community actions, or even create your own.
Coming Soon

Natural Language

Use natural language to search your sensor data across multiple modalities at the same time.
Coming Soon

Signal Search

Highlight any time-series signal to find similar occurrences across your datasets using our patent-pending signal search technology.

Support for common formats

Whether you're using a robotics framework, or working with raw formats, Roboto makes it easy to transform and analyze your data.
ROS dataROS 2 dataPX4 data
& more
VideosImagesGraphsPoint Clouds
Latest posts

The Roboblog

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Roboto Joins NVIDIA Inception

We've joined NVIDIA's Inception Program for Startups!
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Surviving the Flood (of Rosbags)

Watch our recorded talk at ROSCon for lessons we learned building robots at Amazon, and how to survive the flood of data that robots generate.
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Roboto Developer Preview Released

Our first release enables robotics engineers to manage and transform sensor data. Think Dropbox meets GitHub Actions!
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