Speecys Corp. has been developing networked robots powered by the NetBSD operating system since the company was founded in 2001. Since our inception, our main focus has been to develop a humanoid robot and the surrounding system that enable the robot to download content via the Internet so that it can provide entertainment and perform various tasks.
We have defined the Internet Robot IF and RTML (Robot Transaction Markup Language) for supplying fresh content to the robot. We have also developed the Internet Content Server that will readily provide the necessary data to the robot for each purpose. Speecys is now supplying to its customers the first "Internet Robot" for application development purposes. The robot is called " SPC-101C."
Device/Component ManufacturerInternet Robots, Humanoid Robots
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