NAO becomes open source

Posted 13 May 2011 at 18:08 UTC by IKE_RobotsPodcast Share This


Aldeberan Robotics, makers of the popular humanoid robot NAO just announced during the 2011 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation that they will release what they claim as a ‘significant part’ of the software source code. The release is aimed at the research and educational community where NAO has already a substantial user base. You can read the official press release about the NAO open source software here (pdf). Aldeberan Robotics is also launching a NAO developer program for those who are interested on a more direct involvement.
recently featured Luc Degaudenzi , the Vice President in Engineering of Aldebaran and his colleague Cédric Vaudel who is the Sales Manager for North America. You can listen it here.

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