About robots, robot development
and those who make it happen
  • Australian Centre for Field Robotics

    The ACFR in the University of Sydney is one of the world’s largest robotic research institutes. It is actively involved in R&D for field robotics principles and systems. It is home to several groups and labs involved in robotics, such as the Center for…

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  • Exaptec

    Exaptec leads the way with Telepresence Robots, Service Robots and Social Robots in Australia! At Exaptec we are passionate about robot technology and how they co-evolve with humans.

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  • AISoy Robotics

    Aisoy Robotics designs emotional personal robots to make people’s life fun and easy. The company aims at creating robots that can sense, perceive, evolve emotionally, and have human-like, natural communication with the users.

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  • Robomodix

    Robomodix was founded by William Huff, a 25 year motion picture effects artist. Using methods  and materials developed for the film industry, we separate ourselves from other comparative

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  • Vrije U. Brussel

    The University of Brussels was founded from a different university in the year 1834. With over 10,000 students, the university is currently involved in the international robotics projects, Viactors and Aliz-E. The idea of the project is to analyze and…

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  • Alan

    We at Robomodix believe that Alan will be an evolutionary step towards modern day social robots. He is designed to be interactive, engaging and responsive. Alan becomes a part of the family by

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  • ALIZ-e

    The ALIZ-E is a Dutch Robotics project aimed at the elderly and children. Developers hope to create a robot that can communicate for longer periods of time with humans. The project will use the Aldebaran Nao robot as an implementation platform. One goal…

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