About robots, robot development
and those who make it happen

    The Aerial Robotics Cooperative Assembly System (ARCAS) is a EU funded robotics project that develops autonomous flying robots to perform tasks too dangerous or otherwise difficult for human workers. It will be the first cooperative autonomously flying…

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  • Phenox Funded

    Phenox has reached its crowdfunding funding goal today with a phenomenal 23.000 USD ! Phenox is an intelligent programmable flying robot from the Tokyo based Phenox Lab.

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  • DragonFly

    The DragonFly is a flying robot created by WowWee, who is also the maker of the RoboSapien. It is designed to fly through the use of a controller and has four wings and a tail rudder. These features allow it to fly just like a real dragonfly. This robot…

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  • Fairyfly

    Fairyfly is a flying robot invented by WowWee. This adorable robot Comes with an easy-to-use remote control and can fly for 5 straight minutes before needing a recharge. The Fairyfly robot comes in four different colors based on the four seasons and is…

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  • Flytech Lightstar

    WowWee created a flying robot called Flytech Lightstar. This remote controlled flier soars through the air for four minutes at a time and needs only 10 minutes to recharge. It emits a dazzling light display as it flies. The remote control gives you the…

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  • Autonomous System Lab (ASL)

    Founded in 1996, the Autonomous Systems Lab is associated with the Institute of Robotics and Intelligent Systems in Zurich, Switzerland. The lab aims at helping the institute achieve its goal of creating robots and intelligent systems that are capable…

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  • Chinese Academy of Sciences

    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.

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  • DO Bots

    Distributed Organisms (DO) specializes in research, support and development of swarm robots. DO bots are robots in large groups that can perform tasks more robustly, faster and more thoroughly.

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  • Imperial College of U. of London

    Established in 1907, the Imperial College London is one of the United Kingdom’s leading public research universities. The college has established various laboratories to equip its students with hands-on experience and vital technology.

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  • Nippon Engineering College

    Being one of the best Japanese technical colleges, the The Nippon Engineering College’s Robotics and Mechanics Department provide students with a wide range of skills to develop, create and operate robots.

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  • Hornet Dragonfly

    WowWee's FlyTech Hornet looks and flies like a real dragonfly. The remote-controlled robot is lightweight, crash-resistant, and can be maneuvered in tight spaces.

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  • Sky Armor

    The Japanese company Bandai developed a flying humanoid called Sky Armor. It is small and lightweight, has two propellers on its shoulders, and can fly in four directions.

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