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The Mission
Develop the first hardware and software platform for
personal robotics
Image Credit: Hanna-Barbera
Applications in Personal Robotics
Around the house
– Doing the dishes
– Tidying Up
– Laundry
– Cleaning
– Home Google
Serv...
How to get there?
• Personal robotics needs a PC
Time
Build Required hardware
Re-Write Software
New
Research
Robotics Research Paradigm of Today
"Reinventing the Wheel"
Reinventing the Wheel
New ResearchEnough of This
Hopkins
CMU
KAIST
DART-KIIT
NEDO
Stanford
Honda
NASA
Jumpstart the Industry
Time
Our Program
Other ResearchersOther Researchers
Hardware Platform
Traditional Performance Tradeoff
• Capable
• Unsafe
• Safe
• Not Capable
New Actuator System
Strong & Safe
2000K+ 350K 50K
Affordable
Videos
personalrobotics.stanford.edu
Software Development
ProblemsImplementation
• Language Processing
• Vision
• Manipulation
• Navigation
• Modeling Environments
• Interacting wi...
Robot Operating System
• Enough functionality that it will save people
real time
• Enough flexibility that they can do wha...
Communication Layer
Computing Resources
On-Board
Computer
On-Board
Computer
Off-Board
Computer
Off-Board
Computer
Off-Boar...
Module Level Development
MotionPlanning
Manipulation
Navigation
Mapping
Modeling
Control
SafetySystems
Speech/NLP
Percepti...
Architecture research
MotionPlanning
Manipulation
Navigation
Mapping
Modeling
Control
SafetySystems
Speech/NLP
Perception
...
Direct application development
MotionPlanning
Manipulation
Navigation
Mapping
Modeling
Control
SafetySystem
Speech/NLP
Per...
Software Development Strategy
An Open Source Robot OS in 2 Years
Focus
Teams at Stanford work toward specific, real-world
challenge problems
Challenge Problems
• Obstacle avoidance, two-
handed manipulation,
object classification
• User interaction with
speech, n...
Teams
Robotic Manipulation Team
Computer Vision Team
Navigation & Mapping Team
Spoken Dialogue Team
Architecture Team
Soft...
Design and Manufacture 10 Robots
•End of Year 1 - Supply 10 copies of the robot to software development
effort
• Year 2 – ...
Software Development Plan
LASTYEAR
Proof of Concept Phase
• Build first prototype of subset of functional modules
• Integr...
Program Budget
Total $4420K
Year 1 Year 2
Hardware Platform Development 780K 240K
Manufacture of 10 Robots 500K 0
Robot OS...
Program Steering Committee
• We are seeking individuals and companies
who can help guide our effort in much the
same way t...
Technical Advisory Board
• Who
– Leaders in Robotics Research & Business
• Role
– Contribute both technical and operations...
Program Sponsors
• We are seeking to raise $4.4 Million from
individuals, companies and foundations to
support the hardwar...
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Personal Robotics Program Fund Fundraising Deck from 2006

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The original pitch deck from 2006 used to raise donor money for PR1 (eventually PR2) and ROS at Stanford. To track ROS's progress today visit ros.org
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Personal Robotics Program Fund Fundraising Deck from 2006

  1. 1. The Mission Develop the first hardware and software platform for personal robotics Image Credit: Hanna-Barbera
  2. 2. Applications in Personal Robotics Around the house – Doing the dishes – Tidying Up – Laundry – Cleaning – Home Google Service – Starbucks – Pick and pack – Stocking grocery stores – Tracking inventory – Item retrieval – Searchable physical file system Aging and Disabled Populations – Carrying heavy things – Remembering where things are – Retrieving items – Preparing food – Cleaning
  3. 3. How to get there? • Personal robotics needs a PC
  4. 4. Time Build Required hardware Re-Write Software New Research Robotics Research Paradigm of Today "Reinventing the Wheel"
  5. 5. Reinventing the Wheel New ResearchEnough of This Hopkins CMU KAIST DART-KIIT NEDO Stanford Honda NASA
  6. 6. Jumpstart the Industry Time Our Program Other ResearchersOther Researchers
  7. 7. Hardware Platform
  8. 8. Traditional Performance Tradeoff • Capable • Unsafe • Safe • Not Capable
  9. 9. New Actuator System Strong & Safe
  10. 10. 2000K+ 350K 50K Affordable
  11. 11. Videos personalrobotics.stanford.edu
  12. 12. Software Development
  13. 13. ProblemsImplementation • Language Processing • Vision • Manipulation • Navigation • Modeling Environments • Interacting with People • Systems Integration Theory • Knowledge Representation • Learning • Dealing with Uncertainty • Reasoning • Modeling • Planning • Reliability Software Development Effort
  14. 14. Robot Operating System • Enough functionality that it will save people real time • Enough flexibility that they can do whatever they want with it Plus the developer tools for system and data visualization
  15. 15. Communication Layer Computing Resources On-Board Computer On-Board Computer Off-Board Computer Off-Board Computer Off-Board Computer MotionPlanning Manipulation Navigation Mapping Modeling Control SafetySystem Speech/NLP Perception Vision Reasoning MachiningLearning Sensors Actuators LIDAR Cameras Microphone Motors
  16. 16. Module Level Development MotionPlanning Manipulation Navigation Mapping Modeling Control SafetySystems Speech/NLP Perception Vision Reasoning MachiningLearning Hand sensors Interface for input commands Force control Interface to learning Object modeling Physics Grasp evaluation Grasp planning
  17. 17. Architecture research MotionPlanning Manipulation Navigation Mapping Modeling Control SafetySystems Speech/NLP Perception Vision Reasoning MachiningLearning How can we organize all these different capabilities to create higher level functions?
  18. 18. Direct application development MotionPlanning Manipulation Navigation Mapping Modeling Control SafetySystem Speech/NLP Perception Vision Reasoning MachiningLearning Applications Robot can be used without high degree of expertise
  19. 19. Software Development Strategy An Open Source Robot OS in 2 Years
  20. 20. Focus Teams at Stanford work toward specific, real-world challenge problems
  21. 21. Challenge Problems • Obstacle avoidance, two- handed manipulation, object classification • User interaction with speech, navigation, object recognition • Tool usage, force control, physical modeling, task sequencing • Tidy up a room after a party picking up and throwing away trash; loading dishwasher. • Fetch a book from another room in response to verbal request. • Assemble a bookshelf using multiple tools (screwdriver, hammer, pliers, etc.)
  22. 22. Teams Robotic Manipulation Team Computer Vision Team Navigation & Mapping Team Spoken Dialogue Team Architecture Team Software Production Team
  23. 23. Design and Manufacture 10 Robots •End of Year 1 - Supply 10 copies of the robot to software development effort • Year 2 – Support hardware in use Hardware Development Plan LASTYEAR Proof of Concept Phase • Build first prototype of Hardware Platform • Demonstrate performance and safety under tele-operation (remote control) NEXT2YEARS
  24. 24. Software Development Plan LASTYEAR Proof of Concept Phase • Build first prototype of subset of functional modules • Integrate modules to perform basic tasks (opening a door, picking up objects) NEXT2YEARS Robot OS Development • Create infrastructure and required tools to support software development • Lay groundwork for larger system of modules Module Development • Work in a team based approach to develop modules and move toward demonstration of challenge problems
  25. 25. Program Budget Total $4420K Year 1 Year 2 Hardware Platform Development 780K 240K Manufacture of 10 Robots 500K 0 Robot OS Development 700K 350K Module Development 450K 930K PIs and Admin 280K 200K
  26. 26. Program Steering Committee • We are seeking individuals and companies who can help guide our effort in much the same way that a board and early investors guide a startup company.
  27. 27. Technical Advisory Board • Who – Leaders in Robotics Research & Business • Role – Contribute both technical and operations expertise to the software and hardware efforts.
  28. 28. Program Sponsors • We are seeking to raise $4.4 Million from individuals, companies and foundations to support the hardware and software development efforts over the next two years.
  29. 29. End

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