The Prison Guard Robot helps to keep human guards safe. It is equipped with cameras and speakers to report problems to guards. It also assists sick or injured inmates.
ROTI is a telepresence robot that makes learning English easier for non-native speakers. It gives real-time English lessons to students and can be controlled remotely.
SORA is a robotic receptionist that debuted at IREX 2005. Its camera, microphone, and speakers make it possible to speak with a visitor before greeting him personally.
The FSR conference is a three day event that will be dedicated to the service applications and field of robotics technology and will be held at the main University of Toronto campus.
The ICRA conference and exhibition is hosted by the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society where international robotics researchers are can present their work
The 7th annual International Conference on Social Robotics will be held in Paris, France, from October 26-30, 2105.
Innorobo is an international conference in Europe that is solely dedicated to disruptive technologies and robotics. Attendees can expect to meet approximately 17,000 peers and exhibitors from 14 countries.
Held November 6-9, the IREX 2013 allows robot enthusiasts, robot manufacturers and students to meet and discuss robotics and industrial technology. The exhibition aims to showcase various types of robots and devices from Japan and other areas of the world…
The 32nd annual International Symposium on Automatics and Robotics in Construction and Mining (ISARC) is to address the global concerns and needs of every construction industry
Next Gen Drones 2015 will focus on technological advancements that have impacted unmanned systems and will look into how drone technology can be commercialized.
During the 1st demonstration of the Robo-Mate exoskeleton at Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering (IAO) in Stuttgart, questions will be answered about its usefulness on Friday, 12 June 2015 from 9:00 to 15:30.
RoboBusiness is the world's most influential event devoted to business transformation through robotics innovation. Presented by Robotics Business Review, the 2015 conference theme is Robotics in the Corporate Spotlight
The inaugural Robotics Innovation Show takes place at the ExCel London in London, U.K., on October 20-21, 2105.
RoboUniverse is coming to San Diego on December 14-16! Launched in New York City in May and Seoul Korea in June, RoboUniverse is quickly becoming the premier robotics conference and exposition.
Sydney Robotics Summit (SRS) 2018 will be held at the Australian Technology Park (ATP) on Saturday 23 June 2018. This year's program will include specialty sessions from urology, colorectal + upper GI, cardiothoracic and nursing as well as the new additions…
The Drone Xpo is the European Drone event based on innovation and networking, delivering the proof of new concepts and drone applications. TDX provides a look into the drone technology of today and tomorrow.
The Hamlyn Symposium focuses on medical robotics. Selected authors will be given the opportunity to have their work peer reviewed and considered for publication
Micro aerial vehicles (MAV) such as multicopters have become a popular research tool in recent years and are used in an increasing number of application domains, e.g., aerial
TUSExpo 2015 provides opportunities for new international cooperation in the Unmanned Systems industry taking place at the World Forum in The Hague, The Netherlands from feb 4 - 6, 2015.
Japan's Gifu National College of Technology is a premier institution for technology and engineering. Robotics are an important part of the technology program. Along with the SPICA and ZiN robots, the college has collaborated with some researchers from…
The ISA System Engineering and Automation Department is home to many achievements in the field of robotics, including a wheelchair robot and a mobile robot that can deliver objects. The lab engages in a wide range of areas in robotic research, including…
Chinese Academy of Sciences developed an advanced humanoid called Miss Rong Cheng. It can respond to voices and has been deployed as a receptionist at the Sichuan Science Museum.
RoboWatch Technologies developed MOSRO which is a security robot. This autonomous robot can detect potential problems in the enrironment and can warn in more than twenty languages.
21st Century Robotics created NG1 which has programming options and customizations. This humanoid has Wi-Fi and can bend its waist and ankles to bend down to interact with kids.
Yale University scientists developed NICO which is an upper-torso humanoid robot. It mimics movement of an infant, recognizes people and helps to diagnose autism in children.
Tiger Electronics developed an interactive robot called Ottobot. It has few motions but can explore its surroundings, avoid falling and interact with humans and other robots.
University of Pittsburgh and the Carnegie Mellon University developed the Pearl nurse robot. It is a personal and social robot which helps the elderly go about their daily routines.
Gaumard Scientific Company developed a birth simulator called NOELLE. It has two umbilical clamps and three vulvas, can simulate birth deliveries and is used by institutions and hospitals.
Tokyo based company Robo Engine created a mini robot called Pyuuun. It records logs of daily activities, serves as a security robot, and can monitor and gather data about an area.
R100 is a fun entertainment robot developed by NEC. This cute robot has bright colors and will cheer you up if you feel down. It can greet you by name and has 300 pre-installed phrases to express. R100 is Wi-Fi enabled and can read your email. It also…
R.Bot is a humanoid telepresence robot created by R.Bot in 2009. R.Bot’s vision was to design a consumer robot that will serve as a home and office assistant. With its own home and office surveillance system, R.Bot 100 can become the user’s authorized…
ALSOK developed a security robot called Reborg-Q. This automatically programmable robot can guard an area; detect leaks, fires and smoke; and can tell current time and weather.
Osaka University and Kokoro Incorporated developed the Repliee Q1 which is a female android. It reacts to touches, flickers eyelids, appears to breathe and moves like a real human.
RoboPal was designed for research into directive, responsive, collaborative, and independent human-robot interaction. It also tags along on errands and carries groceries.
Robosem helps students learn the English language. This educational robot teleconferences with a human instructor to students lectures, and also has pre-loaded lessons.
EPFL developed humanoids called Robota Dolls which interact with humans using speech, vision and body imitation. They are used for behavioral studies on autistic children.
NimbRo Laboratory at the University of Bonn developed a soccer-playing robot called Robotinho. It was used to investigate intuitive multimodal communication with people.
Cute yet functional, Robovie mR2 has WiFi and Bluetooth capability. This dog-eyed humanoid robot gathers information and keeps you connected while being entertaining.
Robovie Nano is an entertainment robot created by Vstone. This small robot can walk, do cartwheels and side flips, and is fully customizable with RobovieMaker2 software
Roboware developed an interactive humanoid called Roboware E3. It can be controlled by remote control as well as voice commands. It is very interactive and communicative.
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.
InTouch Health Incorporated developed a mobile robotic platform called RP-7. This medical platform lets the doctor operate remotely and integrates with Class II medical devices.
The RS Media entertainment robot interacts with humans through multiple sensors. It can respond to speech, sit, and walk. It can also play movies on its LCD screen.
WowWee’s RS Tribot is a humanoid robot. It tells stories, makes faces, and has preprogrammed driving games. It has lighted eyes and poseable arms and keeps you entertained.
Tokyo University of Science developed a teacher robot called Saya. It can express emotions like humans, talk in several languages, give tasks to students and do roll calls.
SCHEMA is a humanoid robot that can participate easily in a variety of conversations. It can distinguish the presence of a newcomer and correctly identify each speaker and respond appropriately. SCHEMA lacks the pauses in talking other conversational…
Kokoro Company Ltd. developed a training robot for dental schools called Simroid. This humanoid can express pain, move its hands and eyes, and warn people of accidental contact.
A repositioned center of gravity as well as gyro and gravity sensors make SPC-003 more stable than SPC-001. It has 2 neck joints and 3 more in its hands, arms, and hips.
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.
Meccano developed a security and spy robot called Spykee. It can see using its video camera, hear, speak, move, detect problems in environment, and is remote controlled.
The NOAA sponsored the development of TERRI which is an educational robot. This humanoid robot has artificial intelligence and can work remotely in a fully automatic mode.
The TMSUK-3 is the world’s first robot that is remotely controlled using a cellular phone. It has a head-mounted CCD camera to transmit images to a computer monitor. This robot can also be controlled with a keyboard or joystick via computer. It paves…
University of Massachusetts developed a small wheeled robot called uBot-5. It can lift, pick, push and throw objects, and can be used for social telepresence applications.
Three Chinese companies developed the UNISROBO robot. It debuted at the 2011 Chinese High-Tech Expo. Envisioned as a way to teach children English and good manners, UNISROBO has touch sensors and a touchscreen. Ten artificial intelligence modules give…
Taiwan’s Precision Machinery developed a guide robot called Upitor. It can move its head and hands, can guide people through user-defined content, and can avoid obstacles.
South Korean company Robotis developed a service humanoid called URIA. It provides information to its users, lets them perform video conferencing, and navigates on uneven terrain.
Korean Institute of Science and Technology developed an educational robot called VANI. It teaches English to children, has 3D GUI to interact with them and can detect obstacles.
The Waseda University in Japan developed a humanoid called WABIAN-R. Using its control and coordination method, it can walk, dance with a partner, wave its arms and carry objects.
Waseda University of Japan developed WABOT 2 which is the second robot in the WABOT series. This intelligent and advanced humanoid can read musical notes and play a keyboard.