Creating robotic beings you want to be with
We create empathetic robotic beings, social robots that people enjoy interacting with.
By doing so, we are making the potential of robots and artificial intelligence available to everyone – especially in social areas.
Tools are meant to expand our capabilities. However, artificial intelligence and robots can only be used by a few experts so far.
Anyone can interact with our robots. With artificial intelligence, we make our robots socially intelligent.
Communication with them is human-like and therefore very intuitive.
Our robot not only understands spoken language but also non-verbal cues like facial expressions and gestures. It establishes eye contact before they speak to you and show empathy through facial expressions and an emotional voice. It is pleasant to be with them.
As a very interdisciplinary team, we want to combine the best of the different worlds of deep tech, design and psychology.
Foundation of navel robotics GmbH
Aug 2018 bis Dec 2021
Feb 2021 bis Jun 2023
BayTOU research project
Third prototype generation
Our Management Team
Formerly managing partner of the international consulting agency designaffairs. 20 years of experience in user experience design, product strategy and management consulting for global corporations.
Management Board, CTO
16 years of experience in physics, software, electronics, machine learning and more in both startup and international nonprofit environments.
Management Board, COO
6 years of experience in product and process development, physics, software engineering and construction in a technology start-up environment.
Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Marc Toussaint
AI & Robotics at TU Berlin, head of the Learning & Intelligent Systems Lab
Dr. Valérie Soulier
Managing Director 2c4p, Global Marketing, Commercialization, Strategy
Prof. Dr. Martina Mara
Head of LIT Robopsychology Lab Johannes Kepler University Linz
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stefan Kopp
Head of the Social Cognitive Systems Group, Bielefeld University
Prof. Dr. Elisabeth André
Chairholder Chair for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence, Augsburg University
Prof. Dr. Anne Meißner
Socio-technical systems in care and health, Hildesheim University