Reception and presentation robot
Our service robots and front-desk robots can take on multiple missions in different public venues, such as hospitals, airports, shops or hotels, providing a significantly enriched customer experience. If you need tailor-made apps or behaviours, don't hesitate to contact our team of engineers!
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Thanks to this single pole stand, your visitors will know how to interact with your Pepper robot easily.
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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.
This NAO Level 2 training - 3 days: "Master", aimed at more advanced users, will teach you to program and control NAO with Python. You will also learn how to create new modules in Python or C++ in order to add your own code in the Aldebaran architecture.
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.
Your NAO robot is smart – so it needs to communicate with you, and you with it! For this, there’s nothing simpler: simply use the YEOLab app. YEOLab School for 3 is designed for educational projects carried out by groups of 3 students, supervised by 1 teacher.