Founded by Guomindang nationalist government in 1928, the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) aims exploring and harnessing the natural sciences and high technology to benefit China and the world.
Being a German application-oriented research organization, Fraunhofer is active in many different kinds of sectors like health, security, energy and the environment. The company designs products and shapes technology focusing on the needs of the people.
Founded in 1992, ISR aims at setting up a world-class multidisciplinary research team that can perform innovative research in several areas of technology and science, with its particular focus on automation and robotics.
The ISA System Engineering and Automation Department is home to many achievements in the field of robotics, including a wheelchair robot and a mobile robot that can deliver objects. The lab engages in a wide range of areas in robotic research, including…
The Kitagawa-Tsukagoshi Lab at the Tokyo Institute of Technology focuses on the development of robots that can be utilized in dangerous environments for search and rescue missions. One of their current projects is a robot that can use a sensor that is…
The University of Florida’s MIL is home to the SubjuGator, an underwater unmanned vehicle and three-time AUVSI/ONR underwater contest champion. The lab’s primary focus is on such robotics issues as real-time computer vision, robotics kinematics and autonomous…
Being one of the three technological universities in the Netherlands, the TU Delft aims at introducing new robot technologies that can work together with humans beyond confined industrial environments.
One of the top ten public universities, UCSD, has long been considered as one of the Public Ivies. The school has a stellar robotics lab, the Coordinated Robotic Lab, which works on robotic platforms capable of multi-tasking but relatively cheap to build…
To protect deminers and save time, ICARUS has started to use Unmanned Aerial Vehicles for mapping and detecting. One of the major issues facing flood-hit areas is the widespread presence of unexploded devices from the war.
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DARIUS aims at addressing the different aspects related to the application of the unmanned robot systems in SAR operations. The different objectives of this project will be tested on realistic scenarios.
FireSwarm- a Dutch research project- strives to develop a swarm of affordable, autonomous and small unmanned aerial vehicles that can be used to monitor and detect fire in large natural areas, specifically at the Noor-Holland dune areas.
The European Robotics project, ICARUS, aims at developing robotic tools that can detect and rescue human beings. These systems will be used to help “human” crisis intervention teams.
NIFTi is a Robotics project that focuses on ways to make robots capable of bearing humans in mind while performing. The Robotics project is expected to lead to an integrated account of how natural human-robot teaming can become a reality.
SHERPA strives to develop a mixed ground as well as an aerial robotic platform that will help support rescue and search activities in a hostile real-world environment such as the alpine scenario.
The CAMCOPTER® S-100 has the ability to complete an entire mission automatically and with zero operator intervention, or it can be reprogrammed at any time when airborne to perform alternative missions or react to task changes.