RoboUniverse is a conference and expo that explores the incredible field of robotics, including their development, application, and use. Through a series of seminars, tutorials, and exhibits,
One of Asia’s premiere universities, NUS prides itself on its intelligent robotics research. The university's robotics lab, the IDMI, developed an intelligent artificial agent that it hopes can eventually be integrated into our society. NUS has a partnership…
Singapore Polytechnic is the first ever polytechnic institute in Singapore that aims at training skilled personnel who will lead the wide ranging industries and businesses in the country. With various robots being created Singapore is clearly showing…
3DR Holdings, LLC and Rising Media, Inc. to Host Singapore’s Premier 3D Printing and Robotics Event; January 26-27, 2016 at Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre
The Asian Robotics Exhibition will focus on collaborative robots, professional service robots and consumer robots and will be held on 23-24 November 2016 at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore.
The Maritime RobotX Challenge is the newest AUVSI robotics challenge in which students, using a standard maritime platform, will be required to complete a course based on a variety of maritime surface vehicle missions. The Maritime RobotX Challenge will…
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.
Abel is a Singapore based team focused on Bot development, Artificial Intelligence, and Robotics.
The ACFR in the University of Sydney is one of the world’s largest robotic research institutes. It is actively involved in R&D for field robotics principles and systems. It is home to several groups and labs involved in robotics, such as the Center for…
iNOVA Microsystems, is a Singapore based products and solutions provider in mobile robotics, DC motor, motor control, industrial automation and home automation, equipment controller design and electronic design services
Singapore’s Nanyang Technological University is one of the world’s fastest rising universities today. The results of the Robotics Research Center at NTU’s School of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineeringshows how NTU has excelled over the past few years.
Rising Media is a global events and media producer excelling in Internet and technology-related events and content. Events include Inside 3D Printing, RoboUniverse, Virtual Reality Summit, Data
Germany’s Technical University Munich is one of the country’s top research universities and a member of the TU9 technology society. The school’s Robotics and Embedded Systems conducts ongoing research on the education of machines used for perception,…
Inside 3D Printing and RoboUniverse Join with IFA Berlin to Host 3DPrinting@home and Robot@home; September 4-7, 2016
Students at Queensland University of Technology have developed an autonomous robotic boat. They will be competing in the Maritime RobotX Challenge in Singapore this October.
Rising Media and Asimov Ventures revealed the list of startups who will compete in the upcoming Frontier Tech Startup Showdown at the Javits Center on April 12, 2016.
Rising Media’s RoboUniverse Conference & Expo Returns to New York City for its Second Edition; Reveals Tracks and Program Details; April 11-12, 2016 at the Javits Convention Center
Rising Media’s RoboUniverse New York Announces Agenda and Reveals Keynotes April 11-12, 2016
Creo is a customizable humanoid research robot in development since 2009. It utilizes close kinematics, daisy chain network topology, and an open architectural platform.
GENUS is a two-legged humanoid robot. Well-packaged and compact, it is more flexible than the MANUS robot and can play soccer and pick up objects. GENUS also has a WIFi module.
Dr. Prahlad Vadakkepat of the National University of Singapore developed this soccer playing robot called MaNUS. It has a range of motions and can imitate the way humans walk.
The Singaporean university NTU developed NASH which is an advanced humanoid robot. It can copy human motion, lift weights, climb a flight of stairs and follow verbal commands.
Humanoid bipedal robot ASLAN was developed by the National University of Singapore, headed by Professor Chee-Meng Chew. This life-sized robot stands four feet tall and weighs 60 kilograms. It has 23 degrees of freedom: six on each leg, four on each arm,…
Olivia is an interactive robot designed to study social robotics. It can imitate human movements and has speech capabilities to help it with intuitive learning and human interaction. Olivia is equipped with a Bumblebee 2 DVN1501 mono camera and a “brain”…
Singapore Polytechnic developed a team of soccer playing humanoids called Robo-Erectus. Powered by a lithium polymer battery, they can walk, run, climb stairs and kick a ball.
Soccer-playing RoboErectus Jr won first place in penalty kicks in the 2002 RoboCup, but with a walking speed of 2 meters/minute it's not a big threat to human players.
National University of Singapore developed a soccer playing robot called RoPE I. This bipedal robot can detect a ball, approach it, dribble it, carry the ball and make a goal.
National University of Singapore developed a soccer playing robot called RoPE II. This autonomous bipedal humanoid can kick a ball and modify its motion depending on situations.
National University of Singapore developed a humanoid called RoPE II. Made of aluminum and extra sensors, it can find its location and coordinates, and has a sense of direction.