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THE ROBOTICS INSTITUTE
Since its founding in 1979, the Robotics Institute has been leading the world in integrating robotic technologies into everyday life.
Bruno Maisonnier, founder of Aldebaran Robotics, has been convinced for 25 years that the era of personal robotics is coming. During these years, he has developed prototypes, evaluated technologies, met with research teams and analyzed the markets, in addition to serving as the CEO of several companies in multicultural contexts
Hoaloha Robotics was founded to create "socially assistive," human-centric robot designs that combine software innovation and advanced interface techniques with today’s digital technologies to deliver solutions that enable individuals to better address the challenges that can come with aging, disabilities, or other chronic conditions.
Robosoft supplies advanced robotic solutions. We aim at drastically reduce costs and improve quality in transport, cleanliness, health and security, thanks to our set of mobile robots and the robuBOX, Robosoft’s original embedded control technology.
Founded in 1985 as a start-up of INRIA, Robosoft gathered necessary skills and know-how to design high-end innovative service robots.
AnthroTronix is an engineering research and development firm committed to optimizing the interaction between people and technology. Our services and technologies provide solutions for a variety of government and commercial customers. From advanced interface development for robotics to an instrumented glove for medical rehabilitation, AnthroTronix delivers results that matter.
Fundados en 2002, en BJ Adaptaciones creamos, producimos y distribuimos tecnologías de soporte a la autonomía de personas con discapacidad. A través de productos de fabricación propia, distribuciones o soluciones personalizadas, desde BJ pretendemos contribuir a la mejora de la calidad de vida de nuestros usuarios.
Technical Research Centre for Dependency Care and Autonomous Living
The Technical Research Centre for Dependency Care and Autonomous Living (CETpD) is an applied research and technology transfer centre created for the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya and the Fundació Hospital Comarcal Sant Antoni Abat on behalf of the Consorci de Servei a les Persones de Vilanova i la Geltrú, with the aim of covering the demand for research and development in the field of Gerontechnology, Ambient Intelligence, Assistive Robotics and User Experience Technologies.
The CETpD has a team of highly qualified researchers with proven professional experience, skilled technicians and research fellows. This team includes specialists in electronics, computational intelligence, telecommunications, psychology, gerontology, medicine and behavior sciences, who are skilled at performing interdisciplinary work.
The CETpD carries out important applied research work and innovation focused on socially relevant developments, especially on technologies and systems designed to enhance independent living of elderly and disabled people.