IEEE Humanoids 2017, the future of humanoid robots at Birmingham

The humanoid robot TALOS launching a discus as a discobolus

Where to find us at Humanoids 2017

This November is an exciting month for us and for our robots! It began last Wednesday, when our CEO Francesco Ferro was invited as an expert at the European Parliament to take part in the “Transferring Robots to the world of SMEs” conference.

Now we’ve got a date with the humanoid robotics community next week in Birmingham, at Humanoids 2017! Top stakeholders and researchers in the field will participate in three intensive days of workshops and debates that deepen on the capabilities, potential and challenges that humanoid robots have nowadays. 

Bipedal humanoids have always been at the heart of PAL Robotics, which is why we are Gold Sponsors of Humanoids 2017. We endorse this ambitious robotics field, since it enormously contributes to the whole robotics state of art and opens multiple possibilities for a future of service robots.

For the first time TALOS is joining the team that is travelling to the UK altogether with REEM-C and TIAGo. All of them have new demos ready to be shown at the conference exhibition! High-performance robot TALOS is the next step PAL Robotics made in bipedal robots after the proven reliability of the also human-sized REEM-C.

Where do we envision humanoid robots? What will they be capable of? The workshopHumanoid Robot for Real Applications Use”, organized by F. Kanehiro and A. Kheddar on Wednesday 15th is rising a debate on the next steps that have to be done in order to introduce collaborative humanoids at homes, industries and public spaces. As experts in bipeds and in robust walking control, our CEO will share our know-how with the workshop participants.

One of the papers that will be presented on Friday 17th (15h) is: “TALOS: A New Humanoid Research Platform Targeted for Industrial Applications”, by Olivier Stasse et al. The paper describes TALOS’ kinematics design, which enables the robot to adapt to a human environment and perform industrial tasks. High quality components are also pointed out, such as the torque sensors in all joints or the fast EtherCAT communication bus inside.

We are truly motivated to attend Humanoids 2017 and we hope to see all of you there!

Read about our state of the art biped robots and fore more follow our blog on robotics.

Don’t hesitate to contact us for any question or doubt.

 

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