About robots, robot development
and those who make it happen
  • SRG 2014

    Held from January 22-23, the SRG 2014 brings together robot enthusiasts from around the world to compete in 16 unique games. Since it debuted in 1998, the SRG has been an exciting forum to showcase advancements in the field of robotics and automation.

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  • WorkPartner

    WorkPartner was developed in 1998 by HUT to assist with outdoor life tasks. This mobile service robot has autonomous navigation and three types of sensors that allow it to accomplish these tasks and work together with a human operator. It has two human-like…

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  • Eurobot

    Eurobot is an international event open to international amateur robotic enthusiasts. It aims to organize robotic enthusiasts to showcase their own autonomous robots and compete with each other. The finals of Eurobot will be held from June 6 to 8 in Dresden,…

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  • Alcor Lab.

    The ALCOR Lab at the La Sapienza University of Rome conducts various research activities related to the perceptual inference processes that can be activated by cognitive robotics systems. The lab is interested in understanding how classifying the various…

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  • Humboldt U.

    HSU may be one of California's smallest universities, but it has a long and respected academic history. The school's Computer Science department has an Internet Teaching Laboratory, the ITL, where students learn about computer and network security as…

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  • Intelligent Servosystems Lab.

    The ISL at the University of Maryland performs extensive robotics research. Their focus is to advance state-of-the-art design and real-time control of intelligent systems. Among the lab’s impressive list of projects is the robotic hand the Modular Dexterous…

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  • National Kaohsiung First U. of Science and Tech.

    Taiwan’s first robot capable of scaling walls was developed in part by NKFUST’s College of Engineering’s Mechanical and Automation Engineering. This award-winning robot can eventually be put into actual use, replacing humans to clean the windows of tall…

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  • Zhejiang U.

    One of China’s premiere universities, Zhejiang University was once nicknamed “the Oriental Cambridge.” To address the growing demand for robotics, it established the Institute of Cyber-systems and Control. So far 863 humanoid robots and systems have been…

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  • Care-O-bot 3

    Care-O-bot 3 is the latest in the line of mobile service robots, developed by Fraunhofer IPA, which are designed to bring robotic assistance into the home or business space.

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  • Elvis

    Scale model humanoid robot Elvis stands just 70 centimeters tall. Fully autonomous, it can walk and navigate around. Elvis also has an onboard computer and power supply.

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  • Serviboy

    Korean Robotic firm Robo3 developed a service robot called Servi-boy. This wheeled robot is deployed at large venues like halls and small venues like shops to serve people.

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  • Silf

    Katsuhisa Ito created a humanoid called Silf H1 out of passion for robotics. It did not have arms due to low funding but was the main attraction and won the Robotics Society Award.

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    The TMSUK-3 is the world’s first robot that is remotely controlled using a cellular phone. It has a head-mounted CCD camera to transmit images to a computer monitor. This robot can also be controlled with a keyboard or joystick via computer. It paves…

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