Older blog entries for Sergey Popov (starting at number 9)

6 Oct 2008 (updated 7 Oct 2008 at 05:01 UTC) »

Skilligent software is successfully used for controlling a robotic aircraft. Our Thai partners are designing an innovative UAV autopilot. They use our software product as a programming framework for both onboard flight computer and for a ground control station which is basically a laptop with a joystick console and a radio modem.

It turned out that these days one can build a full-blown UAV autopilot by connecting together a bunch of off-the- shelf components. Very little soldering and no custom PCB design is required.

Here is a press release talking about the RPV flight control system that was created during the project. Here is a video of the RPV landing. More videos to follow as the system takes off several times a day to collect data needed for autopilot design.

20 Mar 2008 (updated 20 Mar 2008 at 12:10 UTC) »

A robot recognizes various objects and landmarks in a room:

http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=fKoqePgsgHg

19 Mar 2008 (updated 6 Oct 2008 at 13:46 UTC) »

Skilligent has released a demo software package which demonstrates the object recognition capabilities of Skilligent Computer Vision System.

Users Guide, Skilligent Computer Vision Demo [PDF]

The article "Robot Learning Technology for Multi-Task Service Robots" [PDF] discusses the benefits which the robot learning technology brings to the field of multi-task service robotics.

The Skilligent Computer Vision product brochure [PDF] describes the capabilities of the computer vision system, a part of the Skilligent Robot Learning and Behavior Control System. The computer vision software can be also used as an independent software component.

27 Jan 2008 (updated 27 Jan 2008 at 10:16 UTC) »

The article "Designing a Control System for a Multi-Functional Service Robot" [PDF] describes the ways the Skilligent software can be integrated into robotics products.

18 Jan 2008 (updated 27 Jan 2008 at 10:13 UTC) »

A new application study titled "Healthcare/ Elder-Care Robot based on Skilligent Technology" [PDF] provides a conceptual decription of a service robot built to operate on the floors of assited-living facilities, aged-care facilities, health-care facilities and at homes.

Skilligent published a new series of videos detailing its patent pending robot learning technology.

13 Sep 2007 (updated 17 Dec 2007 at 14:56 UTC) »

A LinuxDevices article highlights advantages of learning robots.

10 Sep 2007 (updated 18 Jan 2008 at 11:01 UTC) »

Skilligent recently published a brochure detailing robot learning technologies [PDF] incorporated into Skilligent's robot learning software product.

The software incorporates several robotic technologies including robot learning from demonstration, social robot- to-human interaction, learning of action-to-concept relations, hierarchical behavior control, computer vision and a few others.

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