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Re: The AIMEC:4 robot build begins
« Reply #30 on: November 07, 2010, 02:01:34 PM »
Looks fantastic  8)

Congratulations on the new company and be sure to keep us updated as things develop  :)

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Re: The AIMEC:4 robot build begins
« Reply #31 on: November 24, 2010, 08:30:59 PM »
Thanks Freddy!

My new robotics company www.appliedmachineintelligence.co.uk is launched!

Applied Machine Intelligence Ltd. is focused on developing functional robots which can help people in their everyday daily life. The first two sectors we are working in are "entertainment robotics" and "personal robotics".

Introducing our latest robot AIMEC:4



The key design visions (goals) for AIMEC:4 are very different from the AIMEC:3 series. This robot is targeted as a mass market (high volume) robotic appliance (a useful general purpose Personal Robot). We already have face recognition working well, and we am now quite advanced with object recognition. This now opens the robot to serious applications, as vision has been the main stumbling block until now. When a robot can recognise an object, it can do useful work.



Above is Face recognition and eye tracking modes.

AIMEC:4 pretty much does everything that the AIMEC:3 series does but also has the following new features:-
 
  Advanced speech recognition (no limited grammars - any words/phrases can be recognised)
  NLP front-end (you can ask for things in many ways - no fixed command phrases)
  High quality TTS (voice output)
  Face recognition
  Eye tracking
  Object recognition
  Sound localization
  Thermal imaging and tracking
  Volumetric occupancy mapping
  More advanced self-learning algorithms
  Advanced A.I. core
  On-board main processing
  Heavy duty Arms with 3 finger manipulators

Brains on-board includes 2 x Intel Atom micro PC and 7 slave microcontrollers, the robot does not rely on an external PC or laptop but still has full Internet connectivity. Our vision with AIMEC:4 is to produce one of the first truly affordable (useful) Personal Robots.

Toymaker
Conceptioneering Ltd - Inventors of the Award winning Cube World
To see Product Innovation - visit our website at www.conceptioneering.co.uk
To see Robotic Innovation - visit our website at www.appliedmachineintelligence.co.uk

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Re: The AIMEC:4 robot build begins
« Reply #32 on: November 25, 2010, 03:47:05 PM »
Aha !  Thanks for posting  ;D

The site looks great and the robot is ingenious !

I wish you well in your venture  ;D

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Re: The AIMEC:4 robot build begins
« Reply #33 on: June 21, 2011, 06:29:54 PM »
Hi Friends

The AIMEC:4 Robot is on the front cover of the July/August edition of Robot Magazine with a main feature article on Applied Machine Intelligence (AMI) and the AIMEC series of Robots:

http://find.botmag.com/store#ecwid:category=543483&mode=product&product=4403576

An AIMEC Robot sizzle for Robot Magazine is on YouTube:



Toymaker

Conceptioneering Ltd - Inventors of the Award winning Cube World
To see Product Innovation - visit our website at www.conceptioneering.co.uk
To see Robotic Innovation - visit our website at www.appliedmachineintelligence.co.uk

Conceptioneering Ltd - Inventors of the Award winning Cube World
To see Product Innovation - visit our website at www.conceptioneering.co.uk
To see Robotic Innovation - visit our website at www.appliedmachineintelligence.co.uk

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Re: The AIMEC:4 robot build begins
« Reply #34 on: June 21, 2011, 10:57:39 PM »
Nice going, Tony!

It's good to see you visiting as it's been a while!
Don't be a stranger.

Best! O0
In the world of AI, it's the thought that counts!

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Re: The AIMEC:4 robot build begins
« Reply #35 on: June 22, 2011, 11:14:51 AM »
Congratulations and thanks for popping in to let us know.  Best of fortune to you :)

 

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