ChartaCloud ROBOTTECA Announces 2018 NAO Robot User and Developer Congress

EXETER, NEW HAMPSHIRE – 08-14-2018 (Press Release Jet) — Third Annual Congress Themed Exponential 18, 

Will Convene in Boston, MA, USA, November 1-3, 2018 

and Will Feature the New NAO Power 6 Robot 

 

A Special Session on the PEPPER Robot Will be Included in the 2018 Congress Program

 

ChartaCloud Robotics | ROBOTTECA today announced that it will host the 2018 NAO Robot User and Developer Congress, November 1st through 3rd in Boston, MA USA. This is the third annual NAO Congress and its major focus will be the new NAO Power 6 Robot from Softbank Robotics. Users and developers gather together at the Congress annually to participate in educational sessions and workshops, join in common interest group discussions, share technical advances, and network with other NAO Congress attendees from around the world. Already, Congress speakers and attendees from Canada, Belgium, Brazil, France, India, Italy, Japan, Switzerland and the United States will attend.

More than 15,000 NAO Robots are already in use speaking 20 languages in over 50 countries. Use cases for the NAO robot include autism intervention therapy, assisted pediatric medical care, STEM robotics programs in schools, assisted living in skilled nursing facilities, digital literacy and maker space programs in public libraries, retail store consumer engagement, retail banking, hospitality concierge services and more.

The 2018 Congress hosting venues are the Foley Hoag Executive Conference Center located on the Boston Harbor and at the MASSRobotics facility, home of the NASA Valkyrie robot in Boston. Congress Keynotes will include Taskin Padir, Associate Professor Northeastern University’s Robotics and Intelligent Vehicles Research Laboratory and Software Robotics’ NAO Software Engineer, Miriam Bilac.
“We are pleased and excited to once again be the sponsor and host for the NAO Congress in 2018. The Congress always proves to be an informative and enthusiastic global event for NAO Users and Application Developers from around the world. Our agenda of participating companies and research organizations continues to expand and always highlights the leading-edge innovations and utilizations of NAO, the world’s most successful humanoid style, social robot,” said Michael Radice, chairman technology advisory board, ChartaCloud | ROBOTTECA and Congress organizer.

More details about the Congress can be found at www.robotteca.com and tickets for the 2018 Congress are available on Eventbrite at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/exponential-18-the-2018-nao-robot-user-and-developer-congress-tickets-42955598351?aff=eac2

About ChartaCloud | ROBOTTECA

ChartaCloud | ROBOTTECA provides social, collaborative and tele-presence robots, robot behavior software and pre-configured robot deployments. ROBOTTECA specializes in the sale, support and deployment of the NAO robot, a product of SoftBank Robotics, for use case solutions in pediatric health care, autism intervention therapies, STEM educational curricula, senior care social engagement in skilled nursing facilities, public library ‘makerspace’ learning initiatives, retail/hospitality consumer engagement and tradeshow and customer education center presentations. ROBOTTECA is the world’s leading provider of advanced software for programming the NAO robot. Additional information can be found at www.robotteca.com.

Media Contacts:

Company Name: ChartaCloud Robotics
Full Name: Michael Radice
Phone: 6035801088
Email Address: Send Email
Website: www.robotteca.com

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