QualiTune @ Java User Group

On 17. Januar 2012, in Allgemein, by cwilke

On Thursday, January 19th, the Java User Group (JUG) Saxony will have an event at the Technische Universität Dresden, Faculty of Informatics. Whereas the main topic is about Android and the Open ADK, first, a short presentation will be held by Claas Wilke from the QualiTune team. He will present our Nao robots and will demonstrate, how their API can be exposed as web services and use to remotely controll Naos via applications, e.g., for Android devices.

The presentation starts at 7 PM, the exact location is INF/E023. More information regarding the event and the JUG Saxony can be found at http://www.jugsaxony.org/.

The slides of the talk are now online at http://www.jugsaxony.org/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/NaoAsAService.pdf.

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QualiTune and Nao Poster online

On 27. September 2011, in Allgemein, by sgoetz

The new posters covering the central topics of QualiTune and applications as well as research topics w.r.t. the Nao robot are now available online on our publication page.

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QualiTune @ Tag der Sachsen

On 8. September 2011, in Allgemein, by cwilke

From September 2nd until September 4th, the 20th Tag der Sachsen took place in Kamenz, Saxonia. At September 3rd, Prof. Aßmann was present together with our humanoid Nao robot and presented our Android application NaoDroid that can be used to remotely control a Nao from an Android smart phone or tablet PC.

Impressions from the Tag der Sachsen are now only available at http://www.tds.sachsen.de/4294.htm

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Lange Nacht der Wissenschaften
At the 1st of July we gave talks to the public about cyber-physical systems and presented „Chuck“ – our Nao robot, which we controlled by an Android smartphone using our tools: NaoDroid and NaoService.
We are thankful for having had such a huge, excited audience ranging from young children to seniors. Again, we have been on regional television (MDR Sachsenspiegel). You can watch the video on Youtube: Dresden laedt zur Wissenschaftsnacht.