Ortelio Ltd is a research focused company, working on cloud robotics. We are developing applications that give robots intelligence to take over human tasks.
Our cloud robotics work relies on current state-of-the-art frameworks, such as OpenCV, Caffe2, and CNTK. We do support knowledge sharing via the cloud. We are strong advocates of the Internet of Things, and aspire to pioneer the Internet of Robots. Using our cloud platform enriches applications because objects, faces, sounds, voices, locations, and many other things, can be shared across different robots (only on demand, we respect privacy) enabling cooperation of robots in a novel manner.
Ortelio Ltd is a member of euRobotics AISBL.
We are already applying our cloud based solutions in the creation and delivery of service robotics applications for the elderly (offering cognitive assistance, geriatric assessment, and companionship). However, our solutions can be used in various other domains and fields, such as medical and clinical, children education, entertainment, agriculture, manufacturing and shop-floor operations, drones and unmanned vehicles, monitoring and security, etc.
A software platform to support the creation and delivery of robotics applications targeted to people at risk of exclusion, especially older people.
Managing active and healthy aging with use of caring service robots
A Software Architecture Mapping the Human Brain
Ortelio is organising a Workshop on “Cloud robotics: Deployment prospects and future needs” which will be held in the context of the European Robotics Forum in Bucharest on March 21st, 2019, from 14:00 to 15:30, in room Brasov. This is the first European workshop on the possible applications of cloud robotics. Our goal is to influence[…]
The global cloud robotics market is expected to grow from USD 2.20 billion in 2017 to USD 7.51 billion by 2022, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 28.1% during the forecast period, a recent market study by MarketsandMarkets.com found out. The market report includes a detailed analysis of the key industry players, where Ortelio[…]
Ortelio is participating at the European Robotics Forum 2018 (ERF 2018) in Tampere, Finland (13-15 March 2018), presenting Noos cloud robotics service. You may contact us and learn about our platform.
Ortelio participated actively at the “Understanding images in biological and computer vision” event organised by the Royal Society in London on the 19-20 of February. It was great to see how computer vision is evolving trying to simulate biological organisms. The future is closer.
On December 2017 Ortelio released Noos, our revolutionary cloud robotics service. Computer Vision, Path Planning, and other AI-related algorithms that are offered in Noos enable robots with many perceptive abilities, while saving a great amount of computational power as they run on the cloud. Last but not least, Noos enables different types of robots to[…]
INNOVATE 2017 is the UK’s leading innovation event. It brings the brightest and boldest of UK innovators together to share, excite, and inspire businesses, individuals and governments to tackle the challenges of tomorrow. Ortelio was invited as one of the UK’s most innovative companies to present MARIO robot and NOOS cloud technology. NOOS is a[…]
Ortelio was invited by Ericsson to present the MARIO robot in the #5GNow event in London, UK (31st October 2017). Using 5G and cloud robotics technology, MARIO can communicate with dementia patients offering cognitive assistance, geriatric assessment and companionship.
Ortelio participated at a workshop organised by “The Brocher Foundation” in Geneva (15-16 June 2017) to discuss “Connected Healthcare Robotics” issues, and more specifically the issues relating to Cloud Robotics when used for healthcare applications. The workshop had a number of themed panels, presentations and interdisciplinary discussions. Ortelio participated in two of the panels, and[…]
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Ortelio is participating at the European Robotics Forum 2017 (ERF 2017) in Edinburgh, Scotland (22-24 March 2017), presenting its work in the MARIO project. You may visit us to discuss how robots can be used to support people with dementia, and learn about our open software platform for developers to easily create and deliver robotics apps. Ortelio is[…]