Nicholas Nadeau is an executive and project lead at Halodi Robotics, leading their expansion into North America with the mission of bringing safe and capable humanoid robotics 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.
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The EVE humanoid robot from Halodi Robotics is a fully integrated plaform that utilizes game-changing Direct Force Control™ technology for natively compliant operation
The AON-M2 is an affordable, advanced additive manufacturing machine that is designed to print high quality parts with the widest range of thermoplastics on the market
The robot is able to hold and manipulate tools in the surgical space with very high accuracy in small animals such as mice, rats, and marmosets
An implantable and battery powered stimulator that can be used for any stimulation protocol in most animal models
Approved by Health Canada for cortical stimulation, ElevateTMS offers more control in the pulse and how the pulse interacts with the brain than any TMS device available today
Near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) non-invasively probes the concentration and oxygenation of hemoglobin in the brain to detect changes induced by brain activity
An unofficial Java package for cross-platform serial communication with a Robotiq FT Sensor
This past September, I had the chance to meet ten exciting AI startups part of Techstars Montréal AI Accelerator. The program prides itself on being founder-first and mentor-driven, and I’m proud to say that I am one of those mentors.
Design that is backed by data proves that your work is on the right track. It reveals the pain points, flaws, and opportunities, while unearthing new trends and improves your designs by adding objectivity.
I have a confession to make: I’m a stickler for filenames. I wholeheartedly believe that all filenames and paths should be kebab case or snake case. Spaces, capitalization, and non-alphanumeric characters drive me nuts.
The international community is exploring many potential end-uses for polymer additive manufacturing. However, significant issues must …
The use of robotics in medicine is of growing importance for modern health services, as robotic systems have the capacity to improve …