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Cloud Robotics challenges

Cloud Robotics challenges

Cloud robotics faces a set of technical challenges that need to be addressed in order for the concept to work well. Such challenges include safely balancing operations between local and cloud computation, ensuring adequate connectivity to the cloud, and providing...
The Cloud Robotics market

The Cloud Robotics market

Robots currently represent a market of about ‚ā¨30 billion according to BCC[1]. MarketsandMarkets¬†forecasts the cloud robotics market to grow from USD 2.20 Billion in 2017 to USD 7.51 Billion by 2022, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 28.1%. The major factors...
What NOOS can do

What NOOS can do

Elderly Monitoring Monitoring physical presence of elder people and reporting to a physician or relative. This includes the state of the elderly, response or non-response to vocal communication, visual signs of alerting behaviour or other patterns, as well as events,...
What is Cloud Robotics

What is Cloud Robotics

Cloud Robotics can be broadly defined as any robot that relies on data or code from a network to support its operation, i.e. where not all sensing, computation, and memory are integrated into a single standalone system[1]. The ability of a cloud robotics system to...
NOOS application areas

NOOS application areas

We have already applied Noos in the creation and delivery of service robotics applications for the elderly, providing companionship and entertainment applications. We now seek to expand its applicability to various other domains and fields, such as: Medical and...
How NOOS works?

How NOOS works?

The full Noos system is a three-tier system using a cloud based platform, a robot API/SDK, and a robotic application store for distribution and execution of apps on Linux and Android robots. Noos relies on current state-of-the-art frameworks such as OpenCV, Pytorch,...