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Introducing SentiBotics Mobile Robotics Development Kit from Neurotechnology
Date:8/5/2014

a previously-constructed map and information from its sensors, to a location that is specified by the user.
  • Basic grasping of an object within reach.  Once properly calibrated, the robot can grasp simple objects if they are recognized by the object recognition system and are reachable by the arm.
  • Seek and grasp an object when the object is located in a previously visited place. The robot navigates through its previously-mapped locations until it directly recognizes the assigned object and grasps it using the robotic arm.
  • The SentiBotics Development Kit also includes:

    • Details of all algorithms used, including descriptions and full documentation.
    • ROS-based infrastructure that allows users to rapidly integrate third party robotics algorithms, migrate to other hardware (or modify existing hardware) and provides a unified framework for robotic algorithm development.
    • Programming samples that can be used for testing or demonstration of the robot's capabilities, including:
      • How to drive the robot platform and control the robotic arm with a joystick.
      • How to build a map of the environment by simply driving the robot around.
      • How to use the map for autonomous robot navigation.
      • How to teach the robot to recognize objects.
      • How to grasp a recognized object that is reachable by the robotic arm.
      • How to grasp an object that is located in a previously-visited place.

    SentiBotics and the entire line of Neurotechnology products for AI, robotics, object recognition and biometric identification are available through Neurotechnology or from distributors worldwide. For more information, go to: www.Neurotechnology.com.

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