Albert HUBO is a robot modeled after Albert Einstein. This intelligent humanoid can use 30 facial expressions to help it communicate with humans. He even understands words. Albert HUBO can move at 1.25 Kilometer per hour and runs on Window XP.
Based in Zwolle, Robert Pack is a system integrator of robot systems that works closely with other well-known global companies. The Dutch company also offers a wide range of robotic systems, food machinery as well as reliable packaging equipment.
Bernard Smith created a robot called Robert in the 1950s. Although being non-autonomous, it has adjustable spanners, is operated using a control panel and can move in all directions.
Based in Bulgaria, KIBERTRON Ltd. is an innovation company that was registered on March 11th, 2004. The company aims at working for the success of the KIBERTRON Project. The Robotics project focuses on researching, designing and constructing an intelligent…
KIBERTRON is a Bulgarian project that aims at researching, designing and constructing a humanoid robot. It is expected that the robot’s intellect, autonomy, composition, kinematics, dimensions and dynamics will be similar to humans.
KIBERTRON will be the first intelligent humanoid robot, based on a special computer with chaotic logic. The robot’s intellect, autonomy, composition, kinematics, dimensions and dynamics will be similar to that of humans.
Elumotion and Bristol Robotic Lab developed a robotic torso called BERT 2. It has an eye-tracking system to recognize human intention and calculate the task at hand.
Elumotion and Bristol Robotic Lab developed a robotic torso called BERT 1. It is capable of recognizing and understanding human intention for a specific situation.
Robert Doornick of the International Robotics Inc. developed a wheeled robot called SICO. It speaks seven languages, performs stand-up comedy and is remotely controlled.
The ARRG at the University of Texas is dedicated to advancing intelligent machine technology and focuses on robotics. Their 16,000 square foot office/lab is home to three major types of research, including robotic manipulators and their software. NASA…
The AUSI is a non-profit chartered institute on a three-acre facility, with 2000 square feet of office and laboratory space. It manages a fresh water test facility that has a 28 meter, remote-controlled pontoon boat. The AUSI helps with research programs…
MIT’s Leg Laboratory is one of the premier robotics research labs in the U.S. This lab created the Uniroo and 3D Biped robots, which appeared in the film “Rising Sun.” Devoted to developing dynamic-legged robots, Leg Laboratory has developed one-legged…
Pace University's The Robotics Lab Research Project is a top-rate facility for building and testing robot cognitive architecture. Among their creations is the SoarBot, an autonomous poker playing robot. The lab does research and development on intelligent…
USC is one of the leading robotics universities in the U.S. The USC Robotics Research Laboratory works on projects in service and humanoid robots, among others, for everything from Homeland Security to environmental cleanup. The goal of the lab is to…
MecklerMedia Announces More Than 80 International Speakers and Industry Leaders at their RoboUniverse Conference & Expo in San Diego, Dec 14-16
A total of $250,000 USD in prize money to be awarded for a successful device or method that optimizes the quality and condition of harvested FRESH blueberries.
MecklerMedia’s RoboUniverse Announces Qualcomm Incorporated and Autonomous Solutions, Inc. (ASI) as Platinum Sponsors
The Applied Physics Laboratory (APL) has recently had great success with Modular Prosthetic Limbs which was fully integrated in the body of a bilateral upper arm amputee.
Rising Media’s RoboUniverse New York Announces Agenda and Reveals Keynotes April 11-12, 2016
MecklerMedia announced the preliminary agenda for its RoboUniverse Conference and Expo in Seoul taking place at the Korea International Exhibition Center (KINTEX) on June 24-26, 2015.
The Dutch Robotics Agenda involves a short, middle and long term vision of the current status of robotics development in the Netherlands and how to move forward.
Hanson Robotics developed Jules which is an android robot. It looks like a real human and contains servomotors, advanced animatronics and possesses artificial intelligence.