[KoreBot] SysQuake ported to KoreBot

Lausanne, Switzerland, February 6th 2004 - K-Team announces the availability of SysQuake on KoreBot, K-Team linux-based miniature SBC.
SysQuake provides optimized numerical computation and interactive scientific visualization. Thanks to SysQuake, you can rapidly and optimally design your robot control or your robot vision software. Visualization requires remote host (PC or Macintosh) via direct or wireless IP connection.
SysQuake provides you a set of pre-existing library for automatic control, analog and digital filter design, signal processing, image processing, identification of model parameters and model validation, & statistics. SysQuake can be extended by custom library or your own high level langage (C, Fortran,...).
KoreBot is a miniature XScale-based board tailored for mobile robotics, thanks to its large range of input power, its large embedded power regulation, and, KoreMotor, its extension to contol up to 4 motors. In addition, KoreBot introduces in robotics established standard like Compact Flash and USB.
For price information, contact snipped-for-privacy@k-team.com
More information on SysQuake: http://calerga.com More information on KoreBot: http://korebot.com
K-Team S.A. Chemin du Vuasset CH - 1028 Péverenges Switzerland Tel: +41 21 802 54 72 Tel: +41 21 802 54 71
About K-Team
K-Team S.A. is a Swiss company that develops, manufactures and markets the Khepera Linecard, high-quality mobile minirobots for use in advanced education and research and the Hemisson Linecard, small robots for teachers and hobbyists.
The company's experience in the field of autonomous mobile robotics applications allows it to provide best of breed solutions to the most demanding academic and commercial research laboratories in the world. The Khepera Linecard is the choice of over 500 universities and industrial research centers.
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