The Bristol robotics Laboratory is the largest academic center for multi-disciplinary robotics research in the UK. Their mission is to understand the engineering and social roles of robotics. They have accomplished many robotics projects, including the…
Reach Robotics was started by Bristol University student Silas Adekunle to share his passion for robotics with the world. They are currently developing Mecha Monsters, the first robot gaming system.
Project ECHORD++ will hold two market consultation days in order to inform about its Pre-Commercial Procurement Pilots on November 20th in Barcelona and on 3rd December in Munich.
On November 24 - 30, the 4th edition of the European Robotics Week will take place in a range of locations throughout Europe featuring a variety of robotics-related activities for the general public.
The Future of Life Institute (FLI) released an open letter addressing the opportunities and challenges presented by the potential of artificial intelligence.
At Automatica trade fair 2014 in Munich the team of the EU-funded robotics project ECHORD++ asked the visitors of their booth one simple question: “What do you think is the future of robotics?” Well-known roboticists shared their thoughts
Reach Robotics is developing the world’s first robot gaming system, controlled via a smartphone app, called "Mecha Monsters".
ECHORD++ (European Clearing House for Open Robotics Development) is a robotics project, which is funded by the EU’s Seventh Framework Programme for Research (FP7). Their aim is to advance the field of robotics by facilitating cooperation between academia…
Elumotion and Bristol Robotic Lab developed a robotic torso called BERT 1. It is capable of recognizing and understanding human intention for a specific situation.