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Designing a secure and robust mobile interacting robot for the long term

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Designing a secure and robust mobile interacting robot for the long term
This paper presents the genesis of RoboX. This tour guide robot has been built from the scratch based on the experience of the Autonomous Systems Lab. The production of 11 of those machines has been realized by a spin-off of the lab: BlueBotics SA. The goal was to maximize the autonomy and interactivity of the mobile platform while ensuring high robustness, security and performance. The result is an interactive moving machine which can operate in human environments and interacts by seeing humans, talking to and looking at them, showing icons and asking them to answer its questions. The complete design of mechanics, electronics and software is presented in the first part. Then, as extraordinary test bed, the Robotics exhibition at Expo.02 (Swiss National Exhibition) permits to establish meaningful statistics over 5 months (from May 15 to October 20, 2002) with up to 11 robots operating at the same time.
Nicola Tomatis, Gregoire Terrien, Ralph Piguet, Da
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where ICRA
Authors Nicola Tomatis, Gregoire Terrien, Ralph Piguet, Daniel Burnier, Samir Bouabdallah, Kai Oliver Arras, Roland Siegwart
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