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#RobotLaunch2015 Finals announced, plus final round of Readers Pick

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02 September 2015



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The Robot Launch competition finals will be held on Friday Sept 18 when a selection of great startups will pitch live to an investor panel. Are Robohub readers on the same wavelength as our expert panelists? Let’s see! Here are the most popular startups so far out of the 30 semifinalists as judged by our readers. This week is your final vote for the “Readers’ Pick”. Will it be the same startup as the judges pick in our finals?

Make sure you vote for your favorite Robot Launch startup favorite by 11:59pm EDT, 8 Sep  . Spread the word through social media using #robotlaunch2015, stay tuned for the finals on September 18, and don’t forget to vote below!

First, who were the round three favorites?

roundthreeNow get voting for the final “Readers Pick”!


Blue Frog Robotics (Buddy) | france (@BlueFrogRobotic)

Bringing you affordable mobile robots like BUDDY that help people live easier, safer and with a little bit of fun.


Erle Robotics | spain (@ErleRobotics)
At Erle Robotics we build the next generation of artificial robotic brains for robots and drones based in Linux.



GaitTronics | Canada (@GaitTronics)

GaitTronics has developed SoloWalk, a patient handling robot that helps frail patients get up and walk.



Luvozo PBC | USA (@luvozo)

Luvozo is developing SAM, the world’s first robotic concierge for senior living communities.



QEYE | Egypt (@QEYECo)

QEYE is coming from Quality eye that develop automatic quality inspection systems based on machine vision technologies and smart industries solutions for textile industry saving time and money and make the quality process more accurate and informative.



Robotic Cooking Appliance (Sereneti) | usa (@SerenetiKitchen)

Sereneti Kitchen will make food healthier, tastier, and more affordable than ever before by producing robotic appliances for the home kitchen.



Robotic Running Coach | germany (@runfundotcom)

We have developed an automatically guided mobile robotic coach RUFUS for outdoor walking and running.



The Construct | spain (@_theconstruct_)

The Construct is the Netflix of robotics simulators. A cloud based hub system that gives access to the best robotics simulators of the world through a single web account.



Underwater GPS | france

This project proposes a solution for accurate, low-cost underwater localization. Furthermore, this type of positioning system can contribute to increase the autonomy of underwater vehicles, allowing low cost deployments.



Zyro Robot Therapy System | usa (@Zyrobotics)

The Zyro Robot Therapy (ZyRopy) System is an assistive robot therapy platform specifically designed for children with motor disabilities.


CAST YOUR VOTE FOR “PEOPLE’S CHOICE”

VOTING CLOSES ON TUESDAY SEPT 8 AT 11:59 PM [EDT]

 


 



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Andra Keay is the Managing Director of Silicon Valley Robotics, founder of Women in Robotics and is a mentor, investor and advisor to startups, accelerators and think tanks, with a strong interest in commercializing socially positive robotics and AI.
Andra Keay is the Managing Director of Silicon Valley Robotics, founder of Women in Robotics and is a mentor, investor and advisor to startups, accelerators and think tanks, with a strong interest in commercializing socially positive robotics and AI.





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