Founded by Scott Hassan in the late 2006, Willow Garage is a technology incubator and robotics research lab dedicated to developing open source software and hardware for personal robotics applications.
Georgia Tech Healthcare Robotics Lab developed a humanoid called Cody. Powered by Robot Operating System and open source code control, it can help elderly in their daily activities.
RoMeLa team at Virginia Tech developed a small humanoid called DARwIn-OP. Built on open source platform, it allows users to modify either hardware or software, or both.
Dasarobot's Hovis has an open source platform so it can be modified for diverse applications. Its roles include domestic use, content monitoring, and taking vital signs.
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…
Developed by TheCorpora, the Q.bo Lite Evo is an open source robotics platform with very low power consumption and high performance. Face recognition and tracking, speech recognition and 3D Slam are among the many features of the robot.
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 &
Starting out as the Carnegie Technical Schools in 1900, the Carnegie Mellon University is one of America’s top private research institutions. The institute is composed of seven colleges and several independent schools. CMUA’s Robotics Institute is the…
Founded by Jean-Christophe Baillie, Gostai is a manufacturer of robots and an editor of innovative software for robotics and artificial intelligence. It aims at fostering the development of the "Smart Machines" industry.
Founded in 2008 by Francisco and Carlos Paz, TheCorpora is a company which brings together all the work that was developed years ago by Francisco Paz. The company aims at introducing robotics to the public and their homes.
Aldebaran has expressed its intent to share their source code for programming NAO with the programming community. Robot NAO is very popular with universities and has become an innovative tool in teaching about robotics.
Robot Edison raises more than 400% of its crowdfunding goal in a Kickstarter campaign. Edison is an easy-to-program robot intended to be used in schools as a fun and engaging way to educate students about robotics and programming.
Sandia National Laboratories’ newest emergency responder robots will address problems with degraded physical environments and energy efficiencies.
Ringo is a small robot that could teach children to love technology. Ringo's main purpose is to act as an introduction to robotics and programming.
Kickstarter campaign RoboCORE features a robot building system for anyone to create their own personal robot
Researchers have been working on a social robot that collaborates with caretakers and relatives to support elderly to maintain an independent life.
RoboParty is a pedagogical/educational project that aims at teaching young people how to build mobile autonomous robots. The RoboCup games are used to organize the RoboParty event to educate young people about the basics of robotics in a simple and entertaining…
University of Hertfordshire created the child-sized humanoid robot called KASPAR. Its aim is to study the interaction between humans and robots, and assist kids with autism.
Humanoid robot POLYRO is adorable and easy to assemble. Despite being an advanced robot, even people with little or no experience can put POLYRO together quickly.
George Mason University developed three humanoids called RoboPatriots. They play soccer and are used to study motion and path planning, multiple robot coordination, etc.
Developed by Willow Garage, Texai is a remote presence system prototype that lets telecommuters have an in-office presence at any time. The Texai aims at ensuring rich communication between the pilot and the participants.