We Exhibited at the First Robodex Robot Development and Use Show This is our report of Robodex, a robot development and usage trade show held from January 17th (Wednesday) to 19th (Friday) at Tokyo Big Sight. At Robodex, service robots such as Pepper, robots for manufacturing work, as well as developments related to robot technology met together to create a large robot-focused trade show. An Armored Pepper Worked Customer Service At Seikatsu Kakumei’s booth, we introduced our company’s robot reception and customer service systems. Visitors from industries such as banks and hospitals where high hurdles block the path to commercial operation voiced surprised that we had already achieved a long-term …
On December 5, at Jouhoku Saitama Middle School’s 6th School Information Fair, Pepper gave examinees a success prayer chant. The success was unmistakable! To pray for the success of everyone who didn’t take the nationwide examinations, we’re releasing today’s video. Please give it a view. Our company planned and developed software and a video for this Pepper success prayer. At Seikatsu Kakumei, we accept orders ranging from the dispatch and rental of this “Success Prayer Pepper” to event planning and operation.
Favor stickers were sent out to Pepper App Challenge production entrants. When we opened the thick envelope, a large quantity of favor stickers was inside! Though we thought perhaps there were so many as the result of a mistake, we had entered 20 productions and it seems that entrants received one sheet of stickers for every entry they submitted. (When we saw the state of other entries, it seems there was a large volume.) If you see our company’s Pepper at an event or such, be sure to tell us. We’ll give you some favor stickers! (Since there are only 20, they’ll run out fast.)
We’re writing about the final round of the Pepper App Challenge. At the venue, other than the app contest, an interesting product contest (Japanese link) also ran. In the interesting production contest, as with the app contest, 10 various video and image productions were showcased at the finals. It was judged by the votes of 200 viewers at the event, and a prize of 50,000 yen was awarded for the best work. One of our productions also advanced to the finals round, as an interesting video production! The top winners chosen were the video “Fierce Robot Showdown! Roomba vs Pepper” and the image Where’s Pepper?, which brought great excitement to the venue. Congratulations! This …