Robots

Robots

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The first generation AIBO ERS-110 was released in Japan and US in 1999. The release caused a frenzy and the production of 3,000 AIBOs for Japan were sold out in a mere 20 minutes over the Internet and the 2,000 in the US were all gone in four days.  UNSW was lucky that Sony supplied the AIBO's for the first year and was able to enter with the ERS-110's. Since then we have kept up to date with the latest models through the ERS-210's, 210 SuperCores, ERS-7s, and later the various versions of the Nao. It is now a major cost in our rUNSWift Robocup budget.

1999-2000 RoboCup
AIBO ERS-110

Aibo 110

  • 64-bit RISC processor
  • 100MHZ
  • 16MB RAM
  • 8MB Memory Stick
  • camera: 180,000 pixel color CCD camera
  • Stereo Microphone, Mono speaker
  • Comes with two special Li-Ion Batteries
  • 2 LEDs in face

2001-2002 RoboCup
AIBO ERS-210

Aibo 210

  • 64-bit RISC processor
  • 192MHZ
  • 32MB RAM
  • 8MB Memory Stick
  • Camera: 100,000 pixel CMOS 176 x 144 pixels 25 fps
  • Stereo microphone and stereo speakers
  • One Lithium ion battery
  • 4 LEDs in face, 2 in tail
  • 802.11b wireless ethernet (add-on)
  • 1 IR distance sensor

2003 RoboCup
AIBO ERS-210A SuperCore

  • Same except 384MHz

2004-2006 RoboCup
AIBO ERS-7 Model

Aibo ERS7

  • 64-bit RISC processor
  • 576MHz MIPS R7000
  • 64MB RAM
  • 32MB Memory Stick
  • 300,000-pixel digital camera 640 x 480 pixel 30fps
  • Stereo microphone and stereo speakers
  • One Lithium ion battery
  • 24 LEDs in face (45 total)
  • 802.11b wireless ethernet (standard)
  • 3 IR distance sensors
  • understands and responds to 100+ words and phrases
  • Recognizes owner's face and voice

2008 RoboCup 
Nao V2

  • Geode LX800 processor
  • 500MHz
  • 512MB RAM
  • 32MB Memory Stick
  • 300,000-pixel digital camera 640 x 480 pixel 30fps
  • Wireless LAN (standard)
  • Linux
2009 RoboCup
Nao V3
 
2010 RoboCup
Nao V3 Plus
 
2011 RoboCup
Nao V3.3

Nao

 
2012 RoboCup
Nao4
 

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