Engineering Design Show, Ericsson Exhibition Hall at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry
Robotae, a technology consultancy specialising in robotics and mechatronics, will be at the Engineering Design Show for the first time. The company is behind the electronics of Kickstarter sensation Carv, the world’s first wearable to analyse skiing technique.
Jamie Grant, co-founder of Carv, which has developed a digital ski coach that provides feedback in real-time as users navigate the slope appreciated the support. He says “Robotae gave us high level advice and support with their extensive experience in electronics, allowing us to optimise the cost and performance of our product.”
Visitors to the Robotae stand will see video footage of Carv in action, alongside other client products such as innovative sleep sensing headphones.
In addition, Robotae founder Dr Rathbone will be demonstrating on the stand the impressive Symmetre robotic platform, which delivers omnidirectional movement – rotating on the spot, moving forwards, backwards and sideways.
Robotae has expertise in mechatronics, integration of hardware and software, balanced systems architecture, PCB design, machine vision, machine learning, real-time embedded software, rapid prototyping and much more.
See Robotae on stand F105, Engineering Design Show. Ericsson Exhibition Hall (formerly the Jaguar Exhibition Hall) at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry, 19-20th October 2016
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