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

    The University of Zurich is in the top 50 best universities in the world. Switzerland’s largest university, it created a robotics lab, the Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, to cultivate intelligence in all its aspects by endorsing excellence in basic…

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  • Zurich U. of the Arts

    The largest Arts University in Europe, Zurich University of the Arts, offers undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in a variety of fields. From design to dance, music to theater, this university provides students with leading-edge professional development…

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  • European Robotics Forum 2015

    The 6th edition of the European Robotics Forum will take place March 11 to 13, 2015 in Vienna. It provides opportunities for robotics stakeholders to learn about the state of the art and most recent breakthroughs in applications

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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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  • ETHZ Inst. of Robotics

    ETHZ’s Institute of Robotics has a long history of robotics achievements. The main lab is divided into many specialty labs, such as the Autonomous Systems Lab (ASL) and Agile & Dexterous Robotics Lab (ADRL), each with its own robotics projects. The ADRL,…

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  • A.L.F

    ALF has four legs with a large range of motion. This robotic platform can do complex moves and carry heavy payloads. ALF can walk and crawl even on tricky surfaces.

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  • Kompott

    Zurich University of the Arts in Switzerland developed the Kompott, a prototype robotic machine. Made for the elderly who have weakened senses, it helps them to stay connected to friends and family by displaying virtual content such as emails with its…

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  • Naro

    Nautical robot Naro was created by students at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich. The robot, which resembles a tuna fish, has effective swimming-like movements that make minimal noise. It "swims" at 1-2 meters per second. The only moving…

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  • Octopus

    ETH Zurich developed a wheeled exploring robot, called Octopus. It has 15 degrees of freedom and can easily navigate different types of terrain. Tactile sensors allow it to avoid obstacles. The forearms of Octopus are linked to the arms by a motorized…

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