Interactive Robotics designs and develops new interactive robotics software and technology that facilitates human interaction with advanced robotics technology.
Interactive Robotics’ focus is on the creation of social robots that can engage in personalized dialogues. They design a cloud-based software platform that enables easy creation of human-robot interaction scenarios, e.g. for education, events, conferences, public and professional presentations, healthcare and hospitality.
The startup also offers robots as teaching tools in the classroom for primary and higher education. Their solution for the classroom provides pupils with a perfect opportunity to learn from robots as tutors about any subject, learn about robots and what they can do, learn how to interact with robotics technology, and learn how to program robots. Pupils thus not only get a better understanding of robotics technology but also learn how to interact and familiarize themselves with the advanced technology that is rapidly becoming available in our societies.
|Participation since||August 2016|
Joachim de Greeff
|Linked faculty||Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Mathematics & Computer Science|
|Company history and milestones|
|August 2016||Incorporation of Interactive Robotics B.V.|
|November 2016||First school pilot licence|
|January 2017||1st big project: VPRO RoboSapiens|
|Oktober 2017||Eight schools with pilot licence|
|April 2018||Compatibility with 3rd robot platform (Nao, Pepper, JD)|
|September 2018||3 sales partnerships for Robotsindeklas.nl|
|Oktober 2018||15 schools using Robotsindeklas.nl licence|