Matilda is powered by the PaPeRo I (Partner Personal Robot) and a bespoke software system developed through eight years of research at RECCSI.
provide human-like engagement and sensory enrichment (embodied emotive expressions, voice, gestures, head movement)
interact and stimulate using a person's face and voice as well as smart devices like phone, smart watches, TV, touch panel and FITBITs.
provide multilingual lifestyle centred services.
preventative and proactive care services (e.g., songs and music, games, news, quizzes, reminders, interactive storytelling, and many more).
monitor vital signs and alertness services.
provide anytime, anywhere social connectivity using wi-fi, LAN and smart devices
improve family environment and reduce carer burnout.
support carers through near real-time monitoring and analytics of persons under their care as well as personalised interventions.
Media and videos
Autism and Intellectual Disabilities present and past deployment videos (Research)
Home-based Care Setting - SBS Insight
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Aged Care – Past Deployment Videos (Research)
Matilda and Jack are robots that have had innovative new emotional intelligence recognition software installed in them.
Robots in aged care - ABC 7pm News
Robots in the home to do the housework may still be years away, but they’re already helping out with some senior citizens.
Diversion Therapy Service Videos
Mechanical care - 7 News
A Queensland aged care home is breaking some new ground, trialling the use of emotionally intelligent robots to help look after the patients
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