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Site trials, with real people in real homes, have started in September 2011.
Kompaï has been demonstrated at CHU Poitiers, on May 12th, 2011. The main goal was to show navigation reliability inside the hospital. After a few minutes of set-up, Kompaï did it perfectly, through corridors, around trolleys to elevators !
To watch the video in French, click here
Monday February 28th at 20:45, 22:45
Tuesday March 1s tat 5:15, 7:45, 15:45, 17:45
Wednesday 2nd at 12:15, 20:45
Thursday 3rd at 6:15, 17:15
Friday 4th at 16:15
Saturday 5th at 11:15, 22:15
Sunday 6th at 7:15 and 19:45 CET.
Euronews : http://www.euronews.net/
Sponsored by : http://ec.europa.eu/research/home.cfm
This morning, at 7:10 pm, Kompaï was presented by Yann Lavoix, during the Télé Matin famous program of France 2 Television.
Only in French …
On October 19th, 2010, Kompaï is recognized on France 2 as a true, credible and very promising solution to help seniors staying longer and safer at home. Robotized companions are on the way …
Click here to watch this russian scientific programme where Kompaï is !
We made a special version of our Kompaï robot, based on a robuLAB-10 platform, equipped with an expresso machine (battery powered). Just call robuKAWA, and enjoy your coffee … Click here to see the video on youtube
Seattle-Bidart, September 13th 2010: Hoaloha Robotics (USA) and ROBOSOFT (F) announce on an agreement to work collaboratively on the design of a socially assistive robot that can enable individuals who require assistive care to address the challenges to daily living that may come as the result of chronic illness, injury, or aging and empower individuals live more independently, with dignity, and at more sustainable costs.
“With an increasing population needing assistive, rising costs, and shrinking available resources, defining solutions address this challenge is the primary objective for Hoaloha Robotics,” says Tandy Trower, CEO of Hoaloha Robotics. “Teaming up with Robosoft and their experience in robotics is a perfect complement to the software and services that Hoaloha is developing.”
“The market for assistive robots is one of the most likely opportunities for the emerging personal robotics industry,” says Vincent Dupourqué, CEO of Robosoft. “We see the collaboration with Hoaloha as a major plus in working to address this market.”
In the DOMEO Project, sponsored by AAL, NIMR the Hungarian partner is implementing speech synthesis and recognition in Hungarian for Kompaï robot. An agreement was made between NIMR and AITIA Ltd (an expert in speech recognition) for developing SR in Hungarian for NIMR Kompaï R&D robot.
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