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

    Lacquey is involved in developing robot grasper solutions for the food and non-food sector. Using underactuation technology, it created different grippers for different products.

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  • Vrije U. Brussel

    The University of Brussels was founded from a different university in the year 1834. With over 10,000 students, the university is currently involved in the international robotics projects, Viactors and Aliz-E. The idea of the project is to analyze and…

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  • Baps

    Developed at the Delft Biorobotics Lab, Baps is an affordable autonomous 3D Walking robot that is known for its simple, low-power design. Baps is based on the principle of ballistic walking, which involves walking with free, unpowered movements.

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  • HyQ Robot

    HyQ is a torque-controlled Hydraulic Actuated Quadruped robot developed by the Italian Institute of Technology. It can navigate difficult and rough terrains, and can also run and jump.

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  • M2

    Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Leg laboratory created a three dimensional bipedal walking robot called M2. It will be used to study various motion algorithms and technologies.

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  • Max

    Max is a 2D robot built at the Delft University of Technology. The robot walks by only using an upper body, hip joints and knees. It makes use of McKibben muscles to offer minimal actuation for waling on a flat floor.

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  • Meta

    Developed by the Delft University of Technology, Meta is their first robot with electric actuation. The robot is capable of taking 3 cm step-downs in the floor as well as walking stably at a speed of 0.3 to 0.65 m/s. Meta is able to begin from a standstill…

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  • Mike

    Developed by the Delft University of Technology, Mike is a 2D robot that is pneumatically activated biped and has knees. The prototype makes use of McKibben muscles to offer minimal actuation for walking on a flat floor.

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  • Phides

    Developed at the Delft University of Technology, Phides is a 2D running robot with actuated knees and hips that are connected to a boom construction. Phides has achieved a successful flight phase, which is a phase in a running stride wherein the feet…

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  • Sherpa

    The LIRMM developed a biologically inspired robot called Sherpa. This robot has human like capabilities, can interact with environment and is designed to carry heavy loads.

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  • Spring Flamingo

    Designed by Jerry Pratt and developed by an ensemble cast at MIT, the Spring Flamingo resembles its avian namesake but has human-like movement due to bent-forward knees.

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  • Spring Turkey

    Less sophisticated than the Spring Flamingo, Spring Turkey was mothballed in 1996. The planar bipedal robot had an un-actuated boom to prevent roll and lateral movement.

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