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The first humanoid robot, wabot 1 (by Robrecht Van Velthoven)

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At the end of the ’60s, the first research programs started on humanoid robots. Although this technology inspired many of us, it’s only now that we see first applications arise. What’s the status of the robotics technology? How is it impacted by other technologies like AI, RF and energy storage? Let’s discuss the evolution and potential for your business based on recent projects and technologies available at our partners and alumni start-ups.

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The first humanoid robot, wabot 1 (by Robrecht Van Velthoven)

  1. 1. 5,1 The first humanoid robot, Wabot-1 1 CONFIDENTIAL Template Innovation Day 2019CONFIDENTIAL THE FIRST HUMANOID ROBOT: WABOT-1 Robrecht Van Velthoven Business development manager Robrecht.vanvelthoven@verhaert.com TRACK 5 MyTechnology
  2. 2. 5,1 The first humanoid robot, Wabot-1 2 CONFIDENTIAL HUMANOID ROBOTS IN THE SIXTIES ROSEY Name: Rosey, model number XB-500 First appearance: The Jetsons Date: 1962 Type of robot: Humanoid Practical use: Everything WABOT-1 Name: Wabot-1 First appearance: Waseda University Tokyo Date: 1970 Type of robot: Humanoid Practical use: Negligible
  3. 3. 5,1 The first humanoid robot, Wabot-1 3 CONFIDENTIAL SO WHERE IS OUR ROSEY? 50 YEARS HAVE PAST…
  4. 4. 5,1 The first humanoid robot, Wabot-1 4 CONFIDENTIAL Lead application Rosey TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT →Agility? →Flexibility? →Independency?
  5. 5. 5,1 The first humanoid robot, Wabot-1 5 CONFIDENTIAL PUSH FOR TECH INNOVATION FEEDS PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT Lead application Products Product development Industrial robots Technology transfer Structured manipulation
  6. 6. 5,1 The first humanoid robot, Wabot-1 6 CONFIDENTIAL STRUCTURED MANIPULATION SPEED ACCURACY TASK COMPLEXITY COST Products
  7. 7. 5,1 The first humanoid robot, Wabot-1 7 CONFIDENTIAL SWEET SPOT IN PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT WAS AND IS NOT ABOUT SCI-FY HUMANOIDS
  8. 8. 5,1 The first humanoid robot, Wabot-1 8 CONFIDENTIAL TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT VERSUS PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT HUBO FX-1 SCEWO
  9. 9. 5,1 The first humanoid robot, Wabot-1 9 CONFIDENTIAL PUSH FOR TECH INNOVATION FEEDS PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT Lead application Products Industrial robots Jerico on Mir Multiple purpose manipulation due to connectivity and sensing Product development
  10. 10. 5,1 The first humanoid robot, Wabot-1 10 CONFIDENTIAL PUSH FOR TECH INNOVATION FEEDS PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT Lead application Products Industrial robots Jerico AI and ML Sensor development Pre- cognitive systems Product development
  11. 11. 5,1 The first humanoid robot, Wabot-1 11 CONFIDENTIAL PRE-COGNITION TOADI DEMETRA
  12. 12. 5,1 The first humanoid robot, Wabot-1 12 CONFIDENTIAL PRE-COGNITION AND STRUCTURED MANIPULATION XENO LIDAR CAMERA SYSTEM
  13. 13. 5,1 The first humanoid robot, Wabot-1 13 CONFIDENTIAL PUSH FOR TECH INNOVATION FEEDS PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT Lead application Products Industrial robots Jerico Knowledge of human movement Pre- cognitive systems Smart prosthetics Product development
  14. 14. 5,1 The first humanoid robot, Wabot-1 14 CONFIDENTIAL BIO-MIMICKING AND BIOHYBRID AXILES BIONICS
  15. 15. 5,1 The first humanoid robot, Wabot-1 15 CONFIDENTIAL PUSH FOR TECH INNOVATION FEEDS PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT Lead application Products Industrial robots Jerico Pre- cognitive systems Smart prosthetics Product development Smart robotics in OR
  16. 16. 5,1 The first humanoid robot, Wabot-1 16 CONFIDENTIAL SMART ROBOTICS IN OR NEUROSURGERY SPINAL CORD STIMULATOR Current procedure • Precision depending surgeon’s skills • Surgeon and patients movements are critical • The spine has a different shape and position relative to the position in a pre- operative MRI = static error • The patient moves because of heartbeat and breathing = dynamic error Smart robotics advantages • Precision < 1mm • Human imperfection filtered • Real time mitigation on real world changes + haptic feedback • Time and cost reduction • Less invasive • SubNewton range in terms of forces • AI methods to plan and execute collision- free paths • Better hygiene
  17. 17. 5,1 The first humanoid robot, Wabot-1 17 CONFIDENTIAL PUSH FOR TECH INNOVATION FEEDS PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT Lead application Products Industrial robots Jerico Pre- cognitive systems Smart prosthetics Product development Smart robotics in OR Soft robotics, co-bots, social robots, …
  18. 18. 5,1 The first humanoid robot, Wabot-1 18 CONFIDENTIAL WHERE IS ROSEY? Lead application Products Industrial robots Jerico Pre- cognitive systems Smart prosthetics Product development Smart robotics in OR Soft robotics, cobots, social robots, … ?
  19. 19. 5,1 The first humanoid robot, Wabot-1 19 CONFIDENTIAL CHALLENGES Mechanical developments Power supply Processing power UX Sensing Decision making, self planning, imagination, cloud learning Bio-mimicking or biohybrid implements understanding biological system Security Tactility grippers Cost Ethics LEAD APPLICATION Cognitive interaction & manipulation Connectivity Social acceptance
  20. 20. 5,1 The first humanoid robot, Wabot-1 20 CONFIDENTIAL ROSEY IS COMMING STEP BY STEP In this presentation Rosey is not the essence, she is an illustration to indicate the correlation between technology development and product development
  21. 21. 5,1 The first humanoid robot, Wabot-1 21 CONFIDENTIAL One group, five brands Our services are marketed through 5 brands each addressing specific missions in product development. INTEGRATED PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT ON-SITE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT DIGITAL PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT OPTICAL PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT
  22. 22. 5,1 The first humanoid robot, Wabot-1 22 CONFIDENTIAL 1. https://emerj.com/ai-sector-overviews/machine-learning-in-robotics/

At the end of the ’60s, the first research programs started on humanoid robots. Although this technology inspired many of us, it’s only now that we see first applications arise. What’s the status of the robotics technology? How is it impacted by other technologies like AI, RF and energy storage? Let’s discuss the evolution and potential for your business based on recent projects and technologies available at our partners and alumni start-ups.

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