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Romeo is a humanoid robot from Aldebaran Robotics which is intended to be a genuine personal assistant and companion.
This research platform is now being used to validate the possible service uses for a larger robot than Nao and to test new technologies for possible integration in future Aldebaran products. These innovations stem from Aldebaran Robotics’ own research as well as research conducted by partners in the academic and industrial sectors within the scope of joint projects such as the PSPC project of the Romeo 2 Future investment programme supported by Bpifrance.
The innovations tested on Romeo include human-robot interaction, moving eyes and the vestibular system, force control. etc.
Four European laboratories have already acquired the first Romeo robot prototypes
Another video to show the robot tested outside a commercial environment