Blue Ocean Robotics is a company with the mission to bridge the academic-based Research & Development world and the business and market world by focussing on commercialising robotics Research & Development.
BlueBotics is a Swiss company which specializes in autonomous navigation. They have developed Autonomous Navigation Technology which enables autonomous vehicle movement.
Established in the year 2010. It’s has its bases in Nellikuppam and Bangalore. The motive of our firm is to make aware the society for the easy use of embedded technologies and its real-time &
Bluetronics deals with developing robots and automation products for industries and agricultural sector. We are specialized in ROS based robots for your custom needs. With over 4 years of experience
Aero-Blue is a service robot developed in Japan. Its purpose is to handle various food items, cook meals with soft food items and feed them to its owner. This feeding is intended to bring back happy childhood memories and enable the user to be the ultimate…
BioROBO is a bipedal humanoid designed for competitions and education. It can perform simple movements such as walking and dancing. BioROBO's exterior was designed to make it friendly and appealing to humans with electric blue coloring and LED eyes. It…
The Korean company Dasatech developed a dog robot called Genibo. It is a security robot, and has a loud barking voice, a snout-mounted camera and blue LED eyes.
Hajime Robot 5 has added some new skills over Hajime Robot 4. It has Tai-Chi skills and is mostly white instead of mostly blue. This robot is still a fierce competitor, however; it has participated in Robo-One competitions and other robotic tournaments.…
The M1 Mobile Manipulator is a customizable mobile manipulation platform. This humanoid robot, created by Meka Robotics, can lift up to a 1.5 kg payload. It is equipped with compliant force control and has bluetooth and LAN connectivity. It has a Kinect…
Tron-X, a blue-skinned robot developed by Festo, is a pneumatic robot. It can follow gestures and is capable of mimicking human-like actions, including facial expressions.
The ICRA conference and exhibition is hosted by the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society where international robotics researchers are can present their work
RoboBusiness Europe is a unique and most important event specifically directed at the EU robotics marketplace covering all the most vibrant sectors of the robotics industry.
Distributed Organisms (DO) specializes in research, support and development of swarm robots. DO bots are robots in large groups that can perform tasks more robustly, faster and more thoroughly.
The IWT is a Belgian agency for science and technology that aims at supporting innovation in Flanders in a variety of ways. The agency not only provides subsidies, but it also helps companies make their innovation projects as efficient as possible.
TeamDARE is a Dutch team of dedicated engineering experts who are committed to building robots. The Dutch team aims at designing and developing robotic solutions, with its focus on simplicity and affordability.
Sony's AIBO ERS-311 is another cute robot dog. It is less expensive than previous models but has fewer features. AIBO ERS-311 still has good points, however, including more sensors. The Japanese version comes with a remote, but it only works for the Bluetooth-enabled…
AIBO ERS-312 by Sony, also called AIBO Macaron, is a rare version of their robotic canine. It still uses a memory stick for software programs and can respond to scolding and praise. The Japanese AIBO ERS-312 has Bluetooth, but no other version has wireless…
Toshiba developed the ApriAlpha as a life support partner for humans. It has CCD camera with face recognition, and has speech recognition, speech synthesizer and speech localization features.
Arius is a bipedal fighting robot from the Sumii family. Hitec servos and double servo knees gave it remarkable stability and mobility in the 2006 ROBO-ONE Tournament.
St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University and New Era developed Arne in 2003. It can walk independently, avoid obstacles and respond to voices by synthesizing its own voice.
Cory Kidd developed AutomTM as an improvement over the prototype. It contains excellent weight loss software, which tracks progress and makes users stick to their regimen.
Cory Kidd of MIT Media Lab created a prototype called AutomTM (prototype). Designed to address the needs of obese people, it can track the progress of diet, exercise and weight.
BeRobot is a tiny entertainment humanoid robot created by GeStream Technology, Inc. The Guinness Book of World Records recognized it as the world’s smallest humanoid robot.
Cycloid II is a kit robot from Robotis. Part of a humanoid series, it uses Dynamixel actuators and a CM2 control module. It's equipped with Bluetooth and a USB receiver.
Cycloid III was developed as a smaller, cheaper version of Cycloid II: it's a bit shorter and has 4 fewer degrees of freedom, but is otherwise similar to its predecessor.
Pioneer developed a penguin shaped robot called Driving Partner Robot. It sits on the dashboard, and chirps and blinks when there is any deviation from appropriate driving.
The 6th generation of Dr Robot's android series, HR 6 can recognize faces, obey voice commands, read emails and do online research. It also sings, dances and tells jokes.
RoboTech SRL, an Italian robotic firm, created I-Droid. It is a programmable humanoid and can follow voice commands. It is mainly intended for educational and entertainment purposes.
J4 was created by Japan’s leading audio-visual equipment company, JVC. It is capable of speech, face and obstacle recognition. It uses 2 types of servos and its body was built with aluminum frames. This tiny robot is only 7.8 inches tall but its lithium-ion…
Junimotion is a tiny robot developed by Robotro of South Korea. This 15-inch tall robot has a ring-shaped object on it head so it can be moved quickly and easily. It is battery operated and can run for 30 minutes continuously. Junimotion can perform exercises…
The Ligurio is a security robot that can perform multiple tasks. It can move and pick up possible hazardous materials as well as patrol. Ligurio's GPS has a margin of error of only a few centimeters. When it detects intruders it gives a verbal warning,…
Loki is a hobby robot named after the Norse god of Mischief. It can move with its wheels and is capable of grasping objects. Loki has an impressive list of components, including 2 Logitech Notebook Pro webcams and a Mark III controller board. It can speak,…
Developed by RoboDynamics, Luna is a fully programmable personal robot. It operates on open source platform that allows developers to create software for additional robot capabilities. This robot operates with batteries that can fuel it for up to eight…
Monsieur II-P EM30A is 3rd in the EMRos series of micro-robots from Seiko Epson. It's larger and exponentially faster than EM10A and has Bluetooth for wireless control.
Robo Garage’s Murasaki robot will thrill “The Tale of Genji” fans. Beautifully dressed and designed, it tells the story of court lady Murasaki Shikibu through an MP3 player.
Murata Manufacturing Co., Ltd. has created Murata Boy, the world’s first bicycling robot. It can access a LAN to receive commands and execute them with amazing accuracy.
A group of various US institutes developed Myro which is a programming robot. It can hold a pen, and can navigate by avoiding obstacles in its path using its array of sensors.
Gifu developed three small robots, the Nagara robots, named after a river in Japan. These humanoids were designed for human interaction. They have advanced motor skills and can detect and copy human movement. The Nagara robots each stand about 110 cm…
Commissioned by Nestle Nespresso, BlueBotics created Nesbot, a coffee-machine robot. It takes orders online and delivers them to the customers. A wide range of coffee blends are available when Nesbot is connected to a Pocket PC. This robot is the future…
KDDI and I Bee of Japan developed a bipedal humanoid called Pirkus-R. It has the ability to see objects and faces, verify the faces against its own database and recognize them.
Plen is a 23 cm desktop entertainment robot. The user-assembled humanoid is controlled via Bluetooth, and has a 32-bit ARM processor, 18 DOF and 20 pre-installed motions.
Robotsfx created the bipedal robot Remo as a robot kit. It is designed to be an easy-to-assemble humanoid robot. Remo is also easy to program and can control its own center of gravity. It has 2 cameras and pressure-sensitive foot sensors for easy walking.
Robockle by CMC Technology is a trashcan-shaped wheeled robot. It uses touch and ultrasonic proximity sensors to avoid obstacles, has glowing eyes, and comes in 3 colors.
The Roborior works like a CCTV to guard against intruders. This robot sends live videos directly to your mobile phone. It also emits colorful lights to decorate your home.
Cute yet functional, Robovie mR2 has WiFi and Bluetooth capability. This dog-eyed humanoid robot gathers information and keeps you connected while being entertaining.
The Rolly robotic digital music player plays music and dances for your entertainment. Rolly has 2 GB of internal memory and can learn new moves through new motion files.
Matt Bauer developed a humanoid called Rook’s Pawn III. This autonomous entertainment robot has a resin skull, Delfrin skeleton, titanium gears and can move in all directions.
Roppie is a service robot that can help with household tasks. It uses eye-to-motion technology to translate images into actions. It has new grasping software as well.
The RQ-Huno robot is tiny, but very adaptable. It can store 21 motions and 10 independent behaviors. It has an Infrared remote control and can sense its environment.
Korean Robotic firm Robo3 developed a service robot called Servi-boy. This wheeled robot is deployed at large venues like halls and small venues like shops to serve people.
MIT CSAIL developed Shady the climbing robot to avoid the sunlight in their office. Though not fully autonomous, it has grippers to cling with windows and unfurl its sunshade.
Users build Meccano's Spykee Cell themselves, then use their cell phones to control it via Bluetooth. The robot can transmit pictures of what it sees and program an iPod.