Scalable software targets vision and robotics

Wilson, Andrew
July 2003
Vision Systems Design;Jul2003, Vol. 8 Issue 7, p7
Reports on the move of Evolution Electronics to license its Evolution Robotics Software Platform (ERSP) to Bandai for a personal robot modeled on Doraemon, a cat-like robot. Information on the software architecture behind the ESRP; Remarks from Jennifer McNally, senior director of marketing at Evolution Robotics; Details of the training of the object-recognition system.


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