Softbank Pepper robot

The Pepper robot from Softbank is an advanced social robot of approximately one meter high. Pepper is designed to communicate with people, it’s friendly design invites you to interact with it. To do this effectively, Pepper packs a lot of technology, such as a touch-enabled tablet, a 3D camera for visual detection and, touch sensors and microphones for speech recognition. The Pepper robot is multilingual, it speaks and understands Dutch and English by default, and can be expanded with other languages. The Pepper has an information screen on his chest that he can also use to interact with the users.

See this movie for more information about Pepper.

Softbank Nao robot

With its 58 cm, the social robot Nao from Softbank (formerly Aldebaran) is a friendly interactive companion. The humanoid robot has mechanical, electronic and cognitive skills. De Nao speaks and understands several languages, with Dutch and English being the default. It has a camera to recognize images and QR cards, has several microphones and is very mobile due to its many motors. This also makes him an awesome danser! The Nao also has sensors on its head, hands and feet with which you can interact.

See this movie for more information about Nao.

Alpha Mini Robot

The Alpha Mini robot from UBTech is a lovely companion robot ready to befriend, entertain, educate and interact with people in a wide variety of scenarios. The robot is approximately 25 cm high and very portable. Alpha Mini looks like a person and is ideal for school, at home or in a care environment. It has a camera for image recognition and QR cards, a microphone, a touch sensor on its head, and it has a lot of movement options. The Alpha Mini uses WiFi and also has the option of using a mobile sim, so it can be deployed anywhere.

You can find more information and videos about the Alpha Mini here.

Virtuele Robot

The virtual robot is part of the Interactive Robotics platform. The virtual robot allows you to test your robot applications wherever you want, without the need for a physical robot. This can come in handy if, for example, you are at home or on the road and have created a robot application that you would like to test, or if you are preparing an interactive presentation. It also allows bigger groups of users, e.g. school classes, to practice with programming the robots first in a virtual environment, and running it later on a real robot.

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