Robosavvy at BETT 2009 (Jan 14th - Jan 17th)

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Robosavvy at BETT 2009 (Jan 14th - Jan 17th)

Post by pramilo » Sun Jan 04, 2009 10:39 pm

Post by pramilo
Sun Jan 04, 2009 10:39 pm

Hi all

We at Robosavvy will be present at BETT - British Education Training and Technology 2009.
The show will be held at Earls Court, Olympia, London from Jan 14th until Jan 17th.
The schedule is:
Jan 14th: 10am - 6 pm
Jan 15th: 10am - 6 pm
Jan 16th: 10am - 6 pm
Jan 17th: 8am - 4 pm

We will be at stand U 111 which located on the first floor of the National Hall gallery, near Leith's and the Internet Cafe.
It will be a great time to test drive several of the items we sell at Robosavvy and also get to know us in person!


We will be displaying:
- Bioloid and a HaViMo vision module for Bioloid.
- Robotis OLLO platform: a beginner's robotic platform aimed at the youger public.
- All the Robobuilder line-up: Robobuilder 5710K (black), 5720T (transparent and voice), E02 (beginner's edition)
- The Robobuilder 5740 on display and test drive. This version comes with Lithium-Plymer batterires, Bluetooth interface, PSs remote control, special shell and acceleration sensor.
It's aimed at all those Robot fans and Robot competitors
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- MechRC education edition.
- POB platform: we will be having a POB representative during the show to demo the various POB platforms and easy-to-use RISBEE programming language.

We will also be selling/auctioning three Robobuilder 5710-E02 Beginner's Edition during the last day.

(You can check out the 5710K-E02 here: http://robosavvy.com/store/product_info.php/products_id/457)

We look forward to meeting you there!

Pedro Ramilo
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Hi all

We at Robosavvy will be present at BETT - British Education Training and Technology 2009.
The show will be held at Earls Court, Olympia, London from Jan 14th until Jan 17th.
The schedule is:
Jan 14th: 10am - 6 pm
Jan 15th: 10am - 6 pm
Jan 16th: 10am - 6 pm
Jan 17th: 8am - 4 pm

We will be at stand U 111 which located on the first floor of the National Hall gallery, near Leith's and the Internet Cafe.
It will be a great time to test drive several of the items we sell at Robosavvy and also get to know us in person!


We will be displaying:
- Bioloid and a HaViMo vision module for Bioloid.
- Robotis OLLO platform: a beginner's robotic platform aimed at the youger public.
- All the Robobuilder line-up: Robobuilder 5710K (black), 5720T (transparent and voice), E02 (beginner's edition)
- The Robobuilder 5740 on display and test drive. This version comes with Lithium-Plymer batterires, Bluetooth interface, PSs remote control, special shell and acceleration sensor.
It's aimed at all those Robot fans and Robot competitors
.
- MechRC education edition.
- POB platform: we will be having a POB representative during the show to demo the various POB platforms and easy-to-use RISBEE programming language.

We will also be selling/auctioning three Robobuilder 5710-E02 Beginner's Edition during the last day.

(You can check out the 5710K-E02 here: http://robosavvy.com/store/product_info.php/products_id/457)

We look forward to meeting you there!

Pedro Ramilo
Limor Schweitzer
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Post by PedroR » Thu Jan 08, 2009 5:07 pm

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Thu Jan 08, 2009 5:07 pm

check out our banner at bett:
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it will be 3m wide so we hope it will look massive :twisted:
check out our banner at bett:
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it will be 3m wide so we hope it will look massive :twisted:
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Post by PedroR » Thu Jan 08, 2009 5:12 pm

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Thu Jan 08, 2009 5:12 pm

and our Flyer, with a map to find us at BETT:
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We hope a lot of you come and visit us as there will be really cool stuff.
I'm looking forward to get my hands on POB hunter and the Robobuilder 5740K. We will only be having it during the show; once the show is over we will have to return it :cry:
and our Flyer, with a map to find us at BETT:
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We hope a lot of you come and visit us as there will be really cool stuff.
I'm looking forward to get my hands on POB hunter and the Robobuilder 5740K. We will only be having it during the show; once the show is over we will have to return it :cry:
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Post by PedroR » Sat Jan 10, 2009 7:18 pm

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Sat Jan 10, 2009 7:18 pm

hi again!

we already have the details for the robobuilder beginner edition we will be selling at bett.

The robots will be performing at the show and by the end of the show Robosavvy intends to sell them with a major discount as a complementary offer to those who come and visit us :)

The robots will be priced at 140 GBP + VAT (that's about 33% discount - 70 GBP off)

We will also accept best offers as we are really determined to send them to three lucky bett visitors.

BTW if you wish to get your hands on the 5740k (Robobuilder on steroids!) we may also be able to cut you a good deal. After all it's better to have it "living" in the UK than send it back to Korea and never see it again :cry:
hi again!

we already have the details for the robobuilder beginner edition we will be selling at bett.

The robots will be performing at the show and by the end of the show Robosavvy intends to sell them with a major discount as a complementary offer to those who come and visit us :)

The robots will be priced at 140 GBP + VAT (that's about 33% discount - 70 GBP off)

We will also accept best offers as we are really determined to send them to three lucky bett visitors.

BTW if you wish to get your hands on the 5740k (Robobuilder on steroids!) we may also be able to cut you a good deal. After all it's better to have it "living" in the UK than send it back to Korea and never see it again :cry:
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Post by limor » Sun Jan 11, 2009 11:58 am

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Sun Jan 11, 2009 11:58 am

btw the 5740k is a big robobuilder set that comes in a metal case and has full metal brackets, remote control and all the fanfare of a super bot system.
more info will be published the next few days
btw the 5740k is a big robobuilder set that comes in a metal case and has full metal brackets, remote control and all the fanfare of a super bot system.
more info will be published the next few days
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Post by DirtyRoboto » Sat Jan 17, 2009 4:48 pm

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Sat Jan 17, 2009 4:48 pm

Arghhhh! Just saw your post today (17th Jan) otherwise I would have come over and seen you guys. Sorry, mabey next time. DirtyR
Arghhhh! Just saw your post today (17th Jan) otherwise I would have come over and seen you guys. Sorry, mabey next time. DirtyR
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BETT Report

Post by PedroR » Sun Jan 18, 2009 1:53 am

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Sun Jan 18, 2009 1:53 am

Hi guys

We are finally back home. Bett was a very interesting experience.
We've had a lot of good feedback from the visitors, I got to know the creator of the new MechRC and we even had Philippe from POB demoing their robots.
My favourite POB is definitely the POBHunter: it has a camera and a dart gun. When the camera "sees" the picture of a chicken, it aims at it and shoots!

We've also had the Robobuilder 5740K. I believe it was the first time that Robot came to the western side of the world. The guys from edugeek borrowed it it was quite popular at their stand.
You can check out a video of the 5740K at the edugeek website: http://www.edugeek.net/

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NovaOne and iBot came to visit us and I got to meet them: NovaOne on Thursday and iBot on Friday and it was really cool as I got to share lots of info with them with regards to hacking the robobuilder controller and protocol (more to come on the Robobuilder forum).
iBot brought some nice boards he and Novaone developed to add support for Bluetooth PS2 controllers to robobuilder. Their solution is actually more interesting than the one the Robobuilder guys developed for the 5740K (and that can also be purchased separately).
He also brought the board Novaone is developing to the robot race in the next Robosavvy gathering.
It's quite interesting: they use a camera from the wiimote to track two IR sources on the finish line and this way the Robonova can aim at the lights and run in a straight line.

We will be posting some photos of our stand soon. Limor and Philippe had the cameras so I'm waiting for them to send me the pics.

Finally, with regards to the 5740K we had, the servos were a modified version of the standard 1108 and 1111.
The 4th gear (the big one) was metal instead of plastic. (gear number 4 is plastic on both the standard 1108 and 1111).
The servos felt a lot sturdier.
If you guys want, we can have Robobuilder ship us a special batch of number 4 metal gears for everyone who's interested. They should cost about 7.50GBP (incl VAT). If you're want some, please drop a note here on the forum so we can see how many we need and place the order.

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Hi guys

We are finally back home. Bett was a very interesting experience.
We've had a lot of good feedback from the visitors, I got to know the creator of the new MechRC and we even had Philippe from POB demoing their robots.
My favourite POB is definitely the POBHunter: it has a camera and a dart gun. When the camera "sees" the picture of a chicken, it aims at it and shoots!

We've also had the Robobuilder 5740K. I believe it was the first time that Robot came to the western side of the world. The guys from edugeek borrowed it it was quite popular at their stand.
You can check out a video of the 5740K at the edugeek website: http://www.edugeek.net/

Image

NovaOne and iBot came to visit us and I got to meet them: NovaOne on Thursday and iBot on Friday and it was really cool as I got to share lots of info with them with regards to hacking the robobuilder controller and protocol (more to come on the Robobuilder forum).
iBot brought some nice boards he and Novaone developed to add support for Bluetooth PS2 controllers to robobuilder. Their solution is actually more interesting than the one the Robobuilder guys developed for the 5740K (and that can also be purchased separately).
He also brought the board Novaone is developing to the robot race in the next Robosavvy gathering.
It's quite interesting: they use a camera from the wiimote to track two IR sources on the finish line and this way the Robonova can aim at the lights and run in a straight line.

We will be posting some photos of our stand soon. Limor and Philippe had the cameras so I'm waiting for them to send me the pics.

Finally, with regards to the 5740K we had, the servos were a modified version of the standard 1108 and 1111.
The 4th gear (the big one) was metal instead of plastic. (gear number 4 is plastic on both the standard 1108 and 1111).
The servos felt a lot sturdier.
If you guys want, we can have Robobuilder ship us a special batch of number 4 metal gears for everyone who's interested. They should cost about 7.50GBP (incl VAT). If you're want some, please drop a note here on the forum so we can see how many we need and place the order.

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Post by limor » Sun Jan 18, 2009 6:43 pm

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Post by NovaOne » Sun Jan 18, 2009 7:41 pm

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Sun Jan 18, 2009 7:41 pm

iBot brought some nice boards he and Novaone developed to add support for Bluetooth PS2 controllers to robobuilder. .........


I can only take credit for the PS2 PCB manufacture.....all based on lots of hard work by i-Bot :!:

He also brought the board Novaone is developing for the robot race in the next Robosavvy gathering.


Sorry I can't take credit for that one at all....I am working on boards for a couple of people but based on i-Bot excellent design.
iBot brought some nice boards he and Novaone developed to add support for Bluetooth PS2 controllers to robobuilder. .........


I can only take credit for the PS2 PCB manufacture.....all based on lots of hard work by i-Bot :!:

He also brought the board Novaone is developing for the robot race in the next Robosavvy gathering.


Sorry I can't take credit for that one at all....I am working on boards for a couple of people but based on i-Bot excellent design.
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Post by limor » Sun Jan 18, 2009 11:26 pm

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Sun Jan 18, 2009 11:26 pm

here is a picture of our stand. This is Philippe Kervizic from pob-technology.com who participated with us at the stand.

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here is a picture of our stand. This is Philippe Kervizic from pob-technology.com who participated with us at the stand.

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Post by limor » Mon Jan 19, 2009 12:49 am

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Mon Jan 19, 2009 12:49 am

Some more pictures..
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Some more pictures..
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Post by limor » Mon Jan 19, 2009 4:21 pm

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Mon Jan 19, 2009 4:21 pm

more pictures from this massive event:

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more pictures from this massive event:

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Post by siempre.aprendiendo » Mon Jan 19, 2009 8:17 pm

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Mon Jan 19, 2009 8:17 pm

:shock:

It's awesome, it's the roboticsaholic dream :)
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It's awesome, it's the roboticsaholic dream :)
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