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The RH-P12-RN is 1-DOF two-finger hand. It supports DYNAMIXEL 2.0 protocol via DYNAMIXEL BUS. This hand designed for adaptive gripping, so you can use it for adaptive gripping for various shapes of objects. Also, it supports torque control and current-based position control make it possible to pick up objects of various materials.
Co-developed by NVIDIA and the robotics department at California Polytechnic State University, ‘Jet’ is a smart, autonomous robot based on the NVIDIA Jetson embedded development platform utilizing Servocity Acotobotics components. Jet’s brain is built around the NVIDIA Tegra SoC and uses the same NVIDIA computing cores designed into supercomputers. This gives Jet compute-intensive computer vision, artificial intelligence (AI), and self-driving capabilities in a low-cost package.
The Intel® Euclid™ Development Kit features the integration of Intel® RealSense™ depth camera technology, a motion camera, and an Intel® Atom™ x7-Z8700 Quad core CPU to produce a compact and sleek all-in-one computer and depth camera. The Intel® Euclid™ Development Kit is designed to be operable out of the box with pre-installed software including an Ubuntu® operating system.
REEM, the humanoid service robot created by PAL Robotics, can be used for several purposes. Thanks to its autonomous navigation system, its user-friendly touchscreen, and its voice and face recognition system, REEM can find its way in various surroundings and help or entertain people in most public environments.
REEM-C is the latest commercial humanoid robot of PAL Robotics. REEM-C is an adult size humanoid (165 cm), and it has 44 degrees of freedom, two i7 computers, force/torque and range finders on each feet, stereo camera, 4 microphones, and other devices that make REEM-C one of the best equipped research platforms today.