In Stockholms KTH’s Robotics center plenty of robots live but none is like Rosie, who mingles freely with people in the lab’s offices, hallways, and kitchen. The Scitos G5 robot is the centerpiece of an international project to create intelligent robots for human environments. Watch the video from KTH’s Royal Institute of Technology:
On the occasion of the one-year jubilee of TORY at Modehaus Adler, contributions were published in the trade journals Konstruktionspraxis and Automationnet.de. Konstruktionspraxis writes about the service robot for automated inventories: “TORY records goods via RFID or NFC with an above-average ratio of 99%.” The report by Automationnet.de emphasizes that “TORY […] is the first […]
The article (in German) presents TORY as the first RFID inventory robot in the world to be used in practice. The robot acquires goods via RFID or NFC at the fashion store Adler for a year now with a quota of 99 percent.
On 29th September 2016 visitors to the ANWR Future Forum were able to see TORY, our RFID inventory robot, and gain new insights into the future of retail. Weblinks: – Website ANWR Zukunftsforum – Article from Shoez (German)