Reception and presentation robot
Reception and presentation robots are designed to interact with humans in a friendly and natural way. They can be used in various contexts such as museums, exhibitions, events, hotels, and shopping centers, among others, providing a significantly enhanced customer experience.
Some of the most well-known humanoid robots in this field include Cruzr, Nao, Pepper, and Reachy. Each of these robots has its own unique characteristics and features.
Cruzr, the versatile humanoid robot for reception and presentation.
Cruzr, developed by UBTECH Robotics, is a humanoid robot that measures 1.2 meters in height and is equipped with motion, sound, and vision sensors. It can interact with humans thanks to its ability to speak multiple languages and recognize emotions. Cruzr can be used in hotels to assist customers with simple requests or in museums to provide information about exhibitions.
Nao, an ideal companion for children and teachers.
Nao, developed by SoftBank Robotics, is a small humanoid robot that stands 58 centimeters tall. It is equipped with several sensors and cameras that allow it to see and recognize faces. Nao can speak multiple languages and has a friendly and cheerful personality that makes it easy to interact with. It is often used in schools to help children learn and in exhibitions to guide visitors.
Pepper, the interactive humanoid robot for exceptional customer experience.
Pepper, also developed by SoftBank Robotics, is another popular humanoid robot that stands 1.20 meters tall. It is equipped with motion, sound, and vision sensors, as well as a tablet on its chest to interact with humans. Pepper is capable of detecting emotions and adapting its behavior accordingly, making it perfect for social interactions. It is often used in shopping centers to provide information to customers and to help people find their way.
Reachy, the humanoid robot with agile arms.
Reachy, developed by Pollen Robotics, is a medium-sized humanoid robot equipped with two arms and six motors to simulate human movements. It is also equipped with cameras and microphones to see and hear humans, as well as a screen to display information. Reachy can be used in museums to interact with visitors or in businesses to present products or services.
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Reachy is an open-source, modular and fully customisable humanoid robot developed by Pollen Robotics. It allows researchers, creators and teachers to develop their own AI and HMI robotics applications. It's also a great choice for companies looking for innovative solutions for interacting with employees, customers and visitors.
PEPPER for Business Edition, developed by Aldebaran Softbank Robotics, is a programmable humanoid robot, designed to be used in professional environments.
SMART PEPPER is a modular and tailor-made solution that allows you to offer numerous services to you clients and visitors. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you would like to have further information about the SMART Pepper application.
A behaviour to install on your NAO robot so it will greet members of the public and carry out presentations you have designed. This behaviour is ideal for any organisation that has to receive members of the public and wants to stand out from the others as regards its innovation and technology capacity. The NAO robot attracts the public and performs interactive presentations that can include images, sounds, video, and quizzes.
With the “Follow Me” application, you can take your Pepper robot by the hand, and he will gently follow you. This application has been developed by Génération Robots.
Whether it’s to replace your charger, have an extra charger, or just charge several batteries at once, this NAO battery charger will let you use your NAO programmable humanoid robot even longer! Compatible only with the new Nao V6 batteries
Level 1 training for the NAO robot. This "Buddy" NAO training is an introduction to NAO programming with the Choregraphe software. You will also have a first look at some more advanced features of Choregraphe, such as the addition of Python scripts or dialogs.