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Aldebaran Robotics
Aldebaran Robotics, founded in 2005, engages in the design, development, and sale of autonomous humanoid robots to the general public. It offers its robotics solutions for researchers and educators with more than 160 employees, including 40% in R&D, involved in the development and production of the celebrated "NAO" and future robots.

Bruno Maisonnier, the founder of Aldebaran Robotics, was recently awarded the 2012 Marius Lavet Prize for excellence in research and in scientific and industrial innovation in France.

Aldebaran is currently conducting research in areas such as autistic child therapy, human-robot interaction and personal robotics.The company is based in Paris, France with additional offices in China and the United States.


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rue Raymond Losserand
Paris, 75014
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Company Leadership

Bruno Maisonnier, Founder & CEO
Jérôme Monceaux, CCO
Oliver Green, CMO
Jean-Christophe Baillie, CSO, Director of the A-Labs
Alec Lafourcade-Jumenbo, CTO
Valérie Jabot, CFO

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Aldebaran Robotics designs, produces and commercializes autonomous humanoid robots with the aim of contributing to the well-being of humans.  Aldebaran launched the “NAO” robot which has become an internationally adopted platform used in education and research. NAO is currently the best-selling humanoid robot in the world.


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