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.
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Launched out of Carnegie Mellon University’s Robotics Institute in 2005, Bossa Nova Robotics focuses on developing robots for regular consumers. Formerly, the company specialized in creating interactive robotic toys for children. The company has now broadened its portfolio to encompass personal robots for the home.
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Clearpath Robotics specializes in the design and manufacture of unmanned vehicle solutions for academic, industrial, and military R&D applications.
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Festo Corporation is a world-wide supplier of automation technology and performance leader in industrial training and education programs.
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VGo Communications, Inc. develops and markets robotic telepresence solutions for healthcare, education and the workplace.
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