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 work relies on current state-of-the-art frameworks: Robot Operating System (ROS), OpenCV, CMU Sphinx, and OpenNI. Our Robot applications platform (RAPP) enables a variety of applications to be instantly used on the robot on demand.
Ortelio Ltd is a member of euRobotics AISBL.
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 will have a stand at the European Robotics Forum 2016 that is held in Ljubljana (20-23 March 2016). During these 3 days Ortelio will be presenting the RAPP platform: “An open-source software platform for developers to easily create and deliver robotics apps”. Come and visit us at the European Robotics Forum.
We have just released a white paper on our Robotics Application Platform (RAPP), partially developed in the RAPP project. This open source cloud-based platform is a three-tier system using a ROS-based cloud, a robot API/SDK, and a robotic application store for distribution and execution of apps on Linux-based robots. The platform also enables different types of robots[…]
Ortelio will attend the euRobotics Brokerage Day 2015, taking place at Brussels Expo on November 18. The main aim of this event is to bring together stakeholders from the robotics field to meet and discuss potential project ideas and network. The event will allow the over 300 participants expected to make new contacts and find partners, especially during face to[…]
Following the previous article about the presentation of the RoboBrain architecture by Ortelio Ltd at the Humanoids Conference in Madrid, ElPais got interested in our new EU funded project MARIO, and decided to feature an article about the project. Click here to read the full story (in Spanish). In this article, Kathleen Murphy, MARIO’s communication manager[…]
Ortelio participated in the European Robotics Forum 2015 in Vienna between 11 – 13 March 2015. More than 600 scientists, company representatives and robotics officials from the European Commission attended the event. Ortelio had the opportunity to discuss with researchers and business experts the RAPP and the MARIO projects and to interact in various relevant[…]
Ortelio participates in the Brokerage Event for the ICT 24 call on Roboticson 9 December 2014, and in the General Assembly of euRobotics AISBL, organised on the same day. The event brings together around 300 participants from 30 countries to discuss potential project ideas and network. Ortelio is presenting its work on cloud robotics, and[…]
An ongoing collaborative research effort of Ortelio, RoboBrain, was presented at the Humanoids 2014 conference in Madrid in November 2014. The presentation attracted considerable interest from the audience and Ortelio gave an interview to the Spanish newspaper El Pais, discussing about the present and the future of RoboBrain. The whole article at El Pais can[…]
Ortelio is attending the 2014 IEEE-RAS International Conference on Humanoid Robots, in Madrid, Spain between 18 and 20 November 2014. The conference focuses on the next generation of humanoids and particularly in the field of human-humanoid interaction and cooperation. Ortelio presents the paper “RoboBrain: A Software Architecture Mapping the Human Brain”, which is based on[…]
Ortelio participates in the ICT proposers day, held in Florence, Italy, between9 and 10 October 2014. The networking event was held to promote European ICT Research & Innovation, focusing on the Horizon 2020 Work Programme for 2015. Our participation focused on two works in progress: The first concerns the development of a spiking neural network[…]
Ortelio is participating in NAOCONF 2014, the first conference dedicated to Aldebaran Robotics’ NAO humanoid robot. The event is taking place in Queen Mary University London in September 19-21, with the participation of NAO developers, roboticists, investors or anyone else with an interest in robotics. We are looking forward to discuss and exchange knowledge with[…]