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CROWDBOT, an European Collaborative project enables robots to freely navigate and assist humans in crowded areas. - Today’s moving robots stop when a human, or any obstacle is too close, to avoid impact. This prevents robots from entering packed areas and effectively performing in a high dynamic environment. CROWDBOT aims to fill in the gap in knowledge on close interactions between robots and humans in motion.
We previously released a preview of the Developer Center website (“Early birds”) in April and we release its first public version (“Opening Night”) on May the 16h. We do thank you for your reactions and feedback which was taken into account and helps us improve the developer experience.
How to install a language package and get speech recognition in new languages - As international talking robots, Pepper and NAO can access many languages for speech recognition, and its management is quite easy. This quick how-to explains how to set up new languages installing a language pack in a few simple steps.
Experimenting the flexible and efficient Android library on Pepper’s tablet - Light and flexible, Lottie is a popular mobile library to make 2D animations on Android devices such as Pepper’s tablet. Indeed, Pepper is not just a voice user interface, but the tablet animations are very helpful in improving the interactive efficiency of the robot. At SoftBank Robotics we already tried out Lottie and there is what we found.
Pepper (NAOqi 2.5) And Pepper QiSDK: a paradigm shift with product versions still available - How to choose between Pepper (NAOqi 2.5) And Pepper QiSDK? On the one hand, NAOqi 2.5 is a flexible Python-based development platform for advanced robotics programs, and on the other hand, the QiSDK is a stable Android-based solution for interactive and market-fit use cases. Let's check these points more closely.