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Writed date : 12-07-17 10:18
Australia seeks new army robots
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Australia seeks new army robots
 
Frank Tobe - The Robot Report Gizmodo AU January 23, 2012 12:15 PM
 
Consumer robotics represented a small part of CES but had the same combination of glitz, glamour, marvellous stuff, misrepresentation, uninspiring products and hidden gems, just like the rest of the show. Let’s take a closer look at the latest in home robots designed for fun, education, cleaning, flying and more.
 
This is a guest post by Frank Robe of The Robot Report.com.
 
One of the most interesting areas was focused on Digital Health ? where one could easily see benefits from sensors and smart apps providing data for the cloud to process and selectively inform doctors or users of the results, and progress over time. The highlight of the area was Life Technologies $US150,000 Ion Proton Genetic Sequencer, which, by the end of the year, will be able to sequence an entire human genome for about $US1000 in a few hours. Digital Health was also the only area where research was shown and where the NSF/Carnegie Mellon University Quality of Life Technology booth was located, an area packed with healthcare inventions and eager young inventors. Few fell under the robotics umbrella (most were digital apps and devices) except these three:
1. Romibo, a do-it-yourself robot for therapy, education and play (pictured, right).
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PerMMA, a personal mobility and manipulation appliance for power wheelchair users.
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Myomo, rehabilitation robotics and interactive gaming systems for stroke victim rehab.
 
Certainly the most publicity went to Tosy Robotics, a Vietnamese manufacturer of robotic and high-tech toys, for the launch of their new mRobo, a transformer-type boom-box entertainment robot with a two-hour meet-and-greet by teen heartthrob Justin Bieber.
 
Tosy also showed their other robotic toys: DiscoRobo, a dance to the beat with lights toy, and Sket-Robo, a robot that draws.
 
Cubelets, $US160, by Modular Robotics, had a small booth and a big hit for their educational robot construction kit. These magnetic blocks can be snapped together to make an endless variety of robots with no programming and no wires. Since each cube has unique functions, you can build robots that drive around on a tabletop and respond to light, sound and temperature.
 
Parrot, a French manufacturer of hands-free wireless devices for cars and phones, was the hit of CES 2010 with their AR.Drone, a quadcopter with two cameras that is driven from an iPhone or iTouch. This year they upgraded the camera to enable hi-def video, improved their software for still and video capture, and added a range of games and customization accessories… all shown at a huge outdoor booth at CES.
 
iRobot launched their Roomba, Scooba, Verro and Looj vacuums, floor washers, pool cleaners and gutter cleaning robots at previous CES’s, but at this CES they only had office visits for demos and marketing where they were also showing off their AVA concept robot and promoting their partnership with InTouch Health, a provider of telepresence collaboration for doctors, nurses, paramedics and patients and a place where iRobot’s lower cost AVA robots could be armed with InTouch Health’s hospital experiences and enable the resulting systems to be available to a larger audience.
 
More than 7 million robot vacuum cleaners have been sold thus far with real competition for iRobot showing up recently with a flurry of similar cleaners ? all displayed at CES:
Look-alikes below: (from left to right): Techko Maid, Agait, Ecovacs, xRobot, iclebo and Ottoro
 
Below: iRobot Roomba, LG RoboKing, Samsung Tango
The big news is that both Samsung and Ecovacs (above) offer a self-emptying dustbin option.
But LG and Samsung entered the arena, and, with their large consumer client base, vast manufacturing and marketing resources, and an array of add-on features, has been selling their vacuums in Asia and Europe; not yet in the US. iRobot should feel their presence very soon.
 
Another consumer products manufacturer (of home theater systems), South Korean Moneual, also sells a robot vacuum and a more interesting $US1,000 home mobile air filter / security device. The mobile air filter is also designed as a safety system for the elderly, it connects with a wrist band that can detect a fall and can call for help if one occurs.
 
Pleo, the baby robotic dinosaur, was represented by both the seller (Innvo Labs) and the manufacturer (Jetta Co. Ltd.) that reincarnated the old bankrupt company, and was showing the new Pleo rb (reborn), with accessories and software enhancements.
 
Amongst the pseudo robotic products were three which act as a pedestal for the camera and video functions of iPhones and swivel or have wheels or tracks to move as wirelessly directed:
 
1. Xybotyx, a Colorado start-up, is launching a $US111 wheeled platform and app for your iPhone that lets you drive your phone wirelessly.

2. Swivl by Satarii, is a $US159 stationary platform for your iPhone camera or video. It swivels to follow you or can be remote controlled.

3. Romo by Romotive, is a $US99 tracter-like iPhone holder which can stream video to your PC and also dance to music on your iPhone.
 
Karotz, by Violet (a subsidiary of Aldebaran, the builder of the Nao robot), announced the launch of their Karotz “intelligent internet companion” into the U.S. market with a $US99 special price for the rabbit and 30% off all accessories. Ideal for learning how to develop apps with voice recognition and Internet connectivity, and now with Aldebaran stewardship, this interesting little device may hold a key to the future of human-robot communication.
Other vendors under the robotic umbrella included:
From left to right: Windoro, Sphero, Ladybug, Mantarobot, Paro, Crawler
 
? Windoro, from Ilshim Global, a window washing device.
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Sphero, by Orbotix, a robotic ball controlled from your phone.
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Ladybug, by JS-Robotics, a bug-like mobile device with collision avoidance sensors.
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Mantaro telepresence robot, a mobile Skype platform using your own iPhone or iPad.
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Paro, the therapeutic furry seal-like bot for hospitals and eldercare.
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Crawler, by Topy Industries, an experimental tractor-like base for search and rescue.
 
Not exactly robotic, but for prototyping and DIY’ers, there were three 3D printers of note: Makerbot announced their new $1,750 two-color 3D printer, Essential Dynamics showed their $US3,000 Imagine Printer that prints with a whole host of materials, including food, chocolates, silicone, cheese, epoxy, organics, etc., and the Cube from Cubify which offers both a $US1,300 3D printer and also a service for those that just want to send their designs in and get back the finished product.
So there you have it ? 25+ robot vendors focused on consumer products ? less than 1 per cent of CES ? and perhaps only one or two to rave about. Maybe next year….
This is a guest post by Frank Robe of The Robot Report.com.
 

 
   
 

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