About robots, robot development
and those who make it happen
  • U. of Manitoba

    The University of Manitoba is Western Canada’s first university and the largest university in the province. Its Autonomous Agents Laboratory inside the Department of Computer Science has developed several robots, which have competed not only in Canada…

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  • Simon Fraser U.

    SFU in Canada hopes that their robotics lab, LRV, can create better robotics technology, and develop methodologies and tools for such things as the design and execution of 2D and 3D vision with other AI elements. Among the lab’s notable projects includes…

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  • 914 PC Bot

    914 PC Bot was developed by White Box Robotics in Canada. One of the greatest inventions in the world of mobile computing, this adorable robot can be installed with third party applications for further development. It can also act as both a host and a…

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  • TUSExpo 2015

    TUSExpo 2015 provides opportunities for new international cooperation in the Unmanned Systems industry taking place at the World Forum in The Hague, The Netherlands from feb 4 - 6, 2015.

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  • Robotics Lab.

    The Laval University Robotics Laboratory pioneers research in the study of parallel mechanisms and articulated robotic hands. They have made numerous partnerships with other labs as well as government agencies, including the Canadian Space Agency. One…

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  • Yaskawa Motoman Robotics

    Yaskawa Motoman, an American subsidiary of the Japanese company Yaskawa Electric Corporation, produces automation products for many major industries. Headquartered in Miamisburg, Ohio, their product line includes over 175 distinct robot models and is…

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  • Stinky Robots On Kickstarter!

    Stinky Robots launch on Kickstarter ! Stinky Robots is a project to write a book about the story of Stinky Robots, a new book by a father and son team from California. The two of them developed the story and were in need of illustrations.

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  • Fish Project

    Fish Project is an award-winning robot. Developed by Queen’s University students, it has servomotors that propel its fins. The robot contains a microcontroller and swims in an aquarium.

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