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By Janos Konetschni

Leading Global Robot Manufacturer Becomes New Partner of noDNA

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Dear Companists,

Last week, we attracted robot manufacturer Aldebaran Robotics as a partner thanks to the media attention our Companisto campaign attracted. This French manufacturer produces the "Nao," which is used as the standard platform for the annual RoboCup competition. Aldebaran took over as a RoboCup host from Sony in 2007 and has been attracting over 2,000 scientists and students each year because it introduced new competitions.

In 2012, Japanese media giant Softbank invested $100 million and acquired 80% of shares in Aldebaran Robotics, which helped the company enter a promising growth market. Aldebaran, the global leader in humanoid robots, is approaching its goal step by step: By 2050, a robot team is supposed to be a serious opponent for the winning team of the FIFA world cup. This partnership is a great honor to us because Aldebaran has very strict criteria for selecting its distributors. We are pleased that we can now also offer our customers products by Aldebaran Robotics and that we have attracted such a renowned manufacturer as a partner.

 

 Logo Aldebaran

 

In October and November, we will present the latest version of the 58-cm humanoid research robot to select educational and research departments of our customers. Thanks to the Aldebaran partnership, we are receiving first-rate marketing support and can contact the manufacturer very easily, which also benefits our customers. To get a better idea of the Aldebaran Nao, feel free to watch this YouTube video:

 

 

Robotic Arm Prototype Reaches Next Phase

There is also great news concerning our prototype. Indeed, we have now replaced the 3D-printed case of our robotic arm prototype (see picture on the right; click to enlarge) with stable aluminum.

This will enable researchers to move heavier loads, thus realizing the full potential of the precise and strong Robotis Dynamixel servos. These intelligent servos move the robotic arm and provide the software with information about the load, heat generation, and torque of the servo.

In the next phase of the arm's development, we will set threshold values for the arm's range of movement in the software as a safety measure. Afterward, we will run field tests of the robotic arm, and we will of course keep you posted with pictures and videos of these tests.

 

Best regards from Oktoberfest city,

Janos (noDNA team)



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