Nicholas Nadeau is the CTO of Halodi Robotics, leading their engineering and worldwide expansion to bring safe and capable humanoid robots to everyone.
He is a professional engineer (P.Eng.) and a member of the Ordre des ingénieurs du Québec (OIQ). Nicholas received his Ph.D. from École de technologie supérieure, where his research combined machine learning and collaborative robotics to develop methods for safe robotic freehand medical ultrasound. He is actively involved in the Montréal startup community, being a mentor at several accelerators, including NextAI, Techstars, Creative Destruction Lab, and FounderFuel.
“Robots have incredible potential to expand human capabilities and performance in the real world,” says Nicholas Nadeau, CTO of Halodi Robotics
“Our mission is to build humanoid robots that will change the world and solve the labour shortage,” says Nicholas Nadeau, CTO of Halodi Robotics. “The humanoid form factor is not simply a design choice; we believe it is the only choice for a system that needs to interact with the human world.
More robotic capabilities and cost-effective technology make 2022 the right time for humanoid robot security guards. Three of ADT Commercial’s customers will be testing Gemini, the current Halodi robot prototype, in 2022; with two robots per site, they’ll have the opportunity to identify the benefits of the robots and make suggestions for further development.
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