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The Hamlyn Centre – ICLSeveral 3D printing engines

Including the following 3D printers:

  • Eden 350
  • Connex 250
  • EnvisionTEC Ultra 3SP
  • Stratasys Fortus 400mc

Keywords: Construction, 3D printing

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Bristol Robotics Laboratory – UWE BristolThe robotic arm ABB IRB 120

Flexible 6-axis industrial robot, with a payload of 3 kg, designed specifically for manufacturing industries that use robot-based automation. 3 robots available, with compact IRC5, RobotWare and RobotStudio available.

Keywords: Industrial robotics, Manufacturing tasks

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Bristol Innovation Facility – UWE BristolABB IRB 14000 YuMi

Collaborative, dual-arm robot. The robot includes integrated collision detection, lead-through mode, force-sensing parallel grippers, integrated camera-based part location and synchronized arm motion control. It presents over actuated arms (additional external link) for easy repositioning, alternative configurations and object avoidance.

Keywords: Industrial robotics,  Collaborative robotics (Cobot), Human-Robot-Interaction (HRI), Manufacturing tasks

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Interactive Robotics Lab – CEA SaclayABB YuMi

At only 38 kg and approximately the size of a small human, YuMi® (ABB) is quickly and easily installed on the production line to work hand-in-hand with a human colleague. Lead-through programming means YuMi® can be taught a process by being physically guided through it, eliminating the need for complex, time-consuming code-based instruction.

Keywords: Collaborative robotics (Cobot), Padded robot, Manufacturing tasks

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Interactive Robotics Lab – CEA SaclayABLE

The ABLE is an exoskeleton haptic interface for the arm and the hand. It provides from 4 to 7 active degrees of freedom. It is the first industrialized exoskeleton haptic device – it can be ordered off-the-shelf. The ABLE is available for right configuration and for left configuration.

Keywords: Exoskeleton, Medical robotics, Teleoperation, Virtual Reality (VR)

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The Department of Robotics of LAAS – CNRSAerial Robots in a flight arena

Several models of flying robots, as quadrotors and hexarotors aerial robots, in a delimited flight arena of 6mx4mx5m (l,w,h) enclosed by a protective net. The ground is covered by protective mattresses. The arena is equipped with a motion capture system.

Keywords: Aerial robotics, Aerial transportation, Multi robot planning, Monitoring and Mapping

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Robotics, Vision and Control Group – Universidad de SevillaAGV 8×8

A self-designed 8×8 AGV. Each wheel has an independent traction and direction, these features make the vehicle capable of move in almost any environment. It is controlled by a Pixhawk(Px4) autopilot.
His design is thought out to can hold a variety of payload, for example a lidar or a terabee laser sensor. Up to 6kg can be carried.

Keywords: Navigation, SLAM, Monitoring and Mapping

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Robotics, Vision and Control Group – Universidad de SevillaAMUSE

Self-designed octocopter controlled by a pixhawk autopilot with an Intel Nuc (I5) for extra computational capabilities. It also has a Jexton TX1 GPU and a velodyne 3D laser as extra payload. It is designed for accomplish different task, using different types of sensors, like stereo cameras, laser sensors, GPS, altimeters, etc.

Keywords: Aerial robotics, Mapping, SLAM

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Institut de Robòtica i Informàtica Industrial – UPCThe pioneer robots Ana and Helena

Mobile urban service robot aimed to perform navigation, human robot interaction and package delivery tasks.
Navigation is based on the skid steer Pioneer 3AT platform, with a 3D lidar and stereo camera for obstacle detection.

Keywords: Navigation, Human-Robot-Interaction (HRI), Multi robot planning, Teleoperation

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Institute for Anthropometrics and Robotics – H2TThe humanoid robot ARMAR-III

The humanoid robot ARMAR-III has been designed to help in the Kitchen, e.g. bring objects from the fridge and fill the dishwasher. It has a total of 43 DoF. A mobile platform equipped with three laser scanners allows the robot to navigate the kitchen environment. The arms have 7 DoF each with 8 DoF five fingered hands. A force-torque sensor is available in each wrist. ARMAR-III uses the Karlsruhe Humanoid Head with 7 DoF. 

Keywords: Humanoid robotics, Vision-based grasping, Human-Robot-Interaction, Natural speech dialogue, Task planning, Execution monitoring, Imitation learning, Force-based interaction control, Dual-arm manipulation

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Institute for Anthropometrics and Robotics – H2TThe humanoid robot ARMAR-4

ARMAR-4 is a full-body humanoid robot with torque control capabilities in its arm, leg and torso joints. It has 63 active degrees of freedom with 63 actuators overall, including feet, neck, hands and eyes. It features more than 200 individual sensors for position, temperature and torque measurement, 76 microcontrollers for low-level data processing and 3 on-board PCs for perception, high-level control and real-time functionalities. The robot stands 170 cm tall and weighs 70 kg.

Keywords: Humanoid robotics, Bipedal, Foveate vision, Whole-body balancing, Dynamic state estimation, Whole-body motion planning

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Institute for Anthropometrics and Robotics – H2TThe humanoid robot ARMAR-6

ARMAR-6 is a collaborative humanoid robot assistant for industrial environments. Designed to recognize the need of help and to allow for an easy and safe human-robot interaction, the robot’s comprehensive sensor setup includes various camera systems, torque sensors and systems for speech recognition. 

Keywords: Humanoid robotics, Bipedal, Foveate vision, Whole-body balancing, Dynamic state estimation, Whole-body motion planning

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Ambient Assisted Living Laboratory – UWE Bristol Assisted Living Studio

Anchor Robotics Personalised Assisted Living Studio is an in-house facility to develop, test and implement assistive robots and heterogeneous sensor systems in a realistic environment, bringing together our expertise in robotics, human-robot interaction, intelligent learning systems and person-centred design.

Keywords: Ambient Intelligence, Multi robot planning, Human-Robot-Interaction (HRI)

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Robotics, Vision and Control Group – Universidad de Sevilla ATLAS

ATLAS (Air Traffic Laboratory for Advanced Unmanned Systems) is a Test Flight Centre located in Villacarrillo (Jaen) which offers the international aerospace community an aerodrome equipped with excellent technological-scientific facilities and airspace ideally suited to the development of experimental flights with unmanned aerial vehicles (UAS/RPAS).

Keywords: Aerial robotics, UAVs, Multi robot planning, Monitoring and Mapping

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Bristol Innovation Facility – UWE BristolRethink Robotics Baxter

Collaborative, compliant dual-arm robot. Power and force limited by design, with series elastic actuators and torque sensors. The robot includes integrated collision detection, lead-through mode, parallel grippers and integrated vision. It presents over actuated arms (additional external link) for easy repositioning, alternative configurations and object avoidance.

Keywords: Collaborative robotics (Cobot), Human-Robot-Interaction (HRI),  

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Laboratory of Intelligent Systems – EPFL Birdly

Visually immersed through a Head Mounted Display you are embedded in a high resolution virtual landscape.

Keywords: Aerial robotics, Navigation, Virtual Reality (VR), Human-Robot-Interaction (HRI)

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Robotics, Vision and Control Group – Universidad de SevillaBobcat

A commercial 4×4 gasoline Bobcat 2200 vehicle. Modified to remotely control speed and turn. It has a 2D lidar installed and, thanks to the big size of the system, no weight restriction for the payload. It can operate in any kind of environment.

Keywords: Navigation, Mapping, SLAM, Object following

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Bristol Robotics Laboratory – UWE BristolBert-1

BERT-1 (Bristol Elumotion Robotic Torso) is a self contained, fully automated Robotic Torso, designed and built by Elumotion to provide a robotic platform based on human anatomy at adult human scale. RT-1 is a highly articulated manipulating platform and includes novel dexterous hands that allow emulation of human gesturing.

Keywords: Humanoid robotics, Human-Robot-Interaction (HRI), Verbal interaction

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The Hamlyn Centre – ICLCarl Zeiss O-Inspect 322

The system comes standard with contact sensors – and also includes ZEISS scanning. The optical and contact sensors are integrated, the convenient CALYPSO 3D CAD software merges the measurement data, thus ensuring that users trust in the reliability of their measuring results. The O-INSPECT 322 offers scanning as a standard feature, in which the VAST XXT probe enables precision probing with forces in the millinewton range.

Keywords: Quality control

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BioRobotics Lab – EPFLCheetah-Cub-AL

Cheetah-Cub (https://biorob.epfl.ch/cheetah) was not fundamentally altered from its early development days. Some major changes are introduced with Cheetah-Cub-AL. The leg was redesigned and features now a (to the saggital plane of the leg) symmetric diagonal spring, canceling unwanted bending behavior present in previous Cheetah-Cub-versions. The robot was featured recently in Prof. Ijspeert’s talk in TED Global Geneva.

Keywords: Gait analysis, Walking

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The BioRobotics Institute – Sant’AnnaThe COMAU dual arm robot

The Comau Smart Dual arm robot is a robotic system especially designed to perform assembling tasks. It is based on an innovative humanlike approach, having a sensor based platform and cognitive functions in order to support the assembling process. Its ease of use and the cooperation with humans in the different phases of each task, makes it ideal also for SME applications.

Keywords: Grasping and Manipulation, Human-Robot-Interaction (HRI)

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The BioRobotics Institute – Sant’AnnaDa Vinci Research Kit

The da Vinci Research Kit (dVRK) is a research platform based on the da Vinci Surgical System developed and distributed by Intuitive Surgical Inc. The kit is a collection of first-generation da Vinci components that can be used to assemble a telerobotics platform which provides complete access to all levels of control via open source electronics and software.

Keywords: Medical robotics, Teleoperation,  Surgical Manipulation and haptics

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The Hamlyn Centre – ICLDa Vinci Research Kit

The da Vinci Research Kit (dVRK) is a research platform based on the da Vinci Surgical System developed and distributed by Intuitive Surgical Inc. The kit is a collection of first-generation da Vinci components that can be used to assemble a telerobotics platform which provides complete access to all levels of control via open source electronics and software.

Keywords: Medical robotics, Teleoperation,  Surgical Manipulation and haptics

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Robotics, Vision and Control Group – Universidad de SevillaDarius

Self-designed hexacopter, designed for being able to accomplish a variety of tasks. It can be controlled with two different types of autopilots: Pixhawk (Px4) and Naza V3. It can carry up to 8kg of payload, including robotic arms. It is also foldable.

Keywords: Aerial robotics, Drone, Obstacle detection, Mapping, Multi robot planning

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Robotics, Vision and Control Group – Universidad de SevillaDJI F550

Comercial DJI hexacopter. Much smaller than the others, it can only carry GPS and little cameras. The autopilot is a Pixhawk (Px4) and it is programmed with ROS/Ubuntu.

Keywords: Aerial robotics, Drone, Obstacle detection, Mapping, Multi robot planning

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Robotics, Vision and Control Group – Universidad de SevillaDJI Matrice 600

The Matrice 600 (M600) is a flying platform designed for professional aerial photography and industrial applications. It is built to closely integrate with a host of powerful DJI technologies, including the A3 flight controller, Lightbridge 2 transmission

Keywords: Aerial robotics, Drone, Obstacle detection, Mapping, Multi robot planning

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The Department of Robotics of LAAS – CNRS Domotic house

Large experimental space reproducing the scenery of an apartment with an open roof. The environment is supplied with furniture amidst which various robots can navigate and execute daily tasks. The apartment is equipped with various sensors including a motion capture system for studying and experimenting human-robot interaction scenarios

Keywords: Collabroative robotics (Cobot), Human-Robot-Interaction (HRI), Ambient Intelligence

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Laboratory of Intelligent Systems – EPFLThe eBee drone

The senseFly’s eBee is a fully autonomous and easy-to-use mapping drone. Use it to capture high-resolution aerial photos you can transform into accurate orthomosaics (maps) & 3D models. The eBee package contains all you need to start mapping: RGB camera, batteries, radio modem and eMotion software.

Keywords: Aerial robotics, Mapping, SLAM

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Robotics and Embedded Systems – TUMElectric Car Testbed

The electric car testbed consists of four controlled drives directly connected to the axes of a Roading Roadster Electric car. Both the car drive and other components, as well as the external torque applied to the axes, can be controlled, while the complete state of the car sensors is registered. The station can be used to simulate desired driving conditions and evaluate the performance of wheel drive control algorithms in fully-controlled, reproducible environment.

Keywords: Vehicle test bench, Speed control, torque control, Load simulation, Driver analysis

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Bristol Robotics Laboratory – UWE BristolFlying Arena from BRL

BRL facilities include two Flying Arenas.
The Large Flying Arena covers an area of 182 sqm and the Small an area of 106 sqm. The Large Flying Arena is equipped with an Infrared Motion Tracking System and an overhead camera.

Keywords: Aerial robotics, Vicon, Drone, Multi robot planning, Motion capture, Motion analysis

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Department of Robotics – RAM, University of TwenteFranka Emika

Franka is a 7-axis fully-actuated robot with torque sensing and control. Each joint is equipped with a position sensor on the input side and position and torque sensors on the output side. The robot can thus be operated with position, velocity and torque control. Unlike typical factory robots, which are so dangerous they are often put inside cages, this arm can operate among people. It is designed to perform tasks that require direct physical contact in a carefully controlled manner.
The Franka Emika robots are setup with Robotic Operating System (ROS) interface, hence they may be programmed in a variety of languages such as C++, Python, etc.

Keywords: Collaborative robotics (Cobot), Motion planning, Task planning, Human-Robot-Interaction (HRI), Factory of the future

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The BioRobotics Institute – Sant’AnnaThe platform for US-guided HIFU treatment FUTURA

The FUTURA system is a robotic-assisted platform designed for Ultrasound-guided High Intensity Focused Ultrasound (HIFU) treatment. The control of two independent anthropomorphic manipulators provides the FUTURA platform with high flexibility in terms of operating workspace and maneuverability.

Keywords: Medical robotics, Modular

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The BioRobotics Institute – Sant’AnnaRobotic systems for high-fidelity neonatal simulation

Simulation-based training is increasingly emerging in Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICUs), since high fidelity simulation has been confirmed as an effective instructional strategy to develop clinicians’ technical and non-technical skills needed for patient care.

Keywords: Medical robotics, Simulation based, Neonatal training

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The Department of Robotics of LAAS – CNRSThe humanoid robot HRP-2

Ahuman size humanoid robots in a fully equipped experimental room. LAAS has a long time experience in humanoid robot motion planning and control. After having demonstrated whole-body motion generation capabilities on HRP-2, LAAS is now developing new algorithms to enable physical interaction of humanoid robots with their environment and with humans.

Keywords: Humanoid robotics, Motion planning, Whole-body motion generation, Biomechanics, Factory of the future

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Department of Robotics – RAM, University of TwenteHuman media interaction lab HMI

The lab offers extensive utilities for Human Robot Interaction Experimentation and testing in laboratory or in the wild conditions. DesignLab (2000m2) is a platform at the University of Twente for multidisciplinary collaboration, innovation and creativity. It connects students, educational staff, researchers, businesses, societal organisations and governments through its Science2Design4Society method. The lab includes several robotic platforms.

Keywords: Collaborative robotics (Cobot), Human-Robot-Interaction (HRI)

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Institute for Anthropometrics and Robotics – H2THuman Motion Analysis with Vicon

The human motion capture studio provides a unique facility for capturing and analyzing human motion as well as for the mapping to humanoid robots. The studio is equipped with 14 Vicon MX cameras (1 megapixel resolution and 250 fps), microphone array and several kinect cameras. 

Keywords: Human motion capture, Human motion analysis, Whole-body motion primitives, Human motion database, Vicon

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The Department of Robotics of LAAS – CNRSHuman Motion Capture

Large experimental room equipped with an optoelectronic Motion Capture System to compute the position of reflective markers, force plates embedded in the floor to measure ground reaction forces, 6-axis force sensors to measure additional force contacts, wireless EMG to measure the activity of muscles.

Keywords: Human motion capture, Human motion analysis, Motion Ergonomics, Virtual Reality (VR)

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Interactive Robotics Lab – CEA SaclayHVSLIM

Prototype of a lower limbs exoskeleton.

Keywords: Exoskeleton, Medical robotics, Rehabilitation, Virtual Reality (VR), Manufacturing tasks

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The BioRobotics Institute – Sant’AnnaThe I-Support soft arm

The I-Support soft manipulator manipulator has been designed for assisting elderly people during the showering task, but it can be used as a multipurpose platform for implementing and testing control algorithms for soft manipulators.

Keywords: Soft manipulation, Collaborative robotics (Cobot) , Human-Robot-Interaction (HRI), Modular

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iCub Facility – IITThe iCub humanoid robot

The iCub is a humanoid robot designed to support research in embodied AI. At 104 cm tall, the iCub has the size of a five year old child. It can crawl on all fours, walk and sit up to manipulate objects. Its hands have been designed to support sophisticate manipulation skills. The iCub is distributed as Open Source following the GPL licenses.

Keywords: Humanoid robotics, Whole body control, Grasping and Manipulation, Bipedal walking, Stereo vision, Human-Robot-Interaction (HRI)

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The BioRobotics Institute – Sant’AnnaThe IH2 Azzurra Hand

The IH2 Azzurra Hand is an intrinsic robotic hand with all functional components (5 motors, tactile sensors and control electronics) integrated in the palm and in the underactuated, self-adaptive fingers. Able to perform multiple grasps and sense objects. Simple communication interface (RS-232 over USB or Bluetooth). Standard prosthetic wrist attachments available (compatible with Ottobock QWD).

Keywords: Prosthetics, Grasping, Manipulation and Haptics, Neuroinformatics, Human-Robot-Interaction (HRI)

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iCub Facility – IITThe IIT Laboratory space

The laboratory space of the iCub Facility at the Istituto Italiano di Tecnologia is a fully equipped lab to support research and development in the field of humanoid robotics. It includes a complete electronics assembly, testing and re-working facility with the ability to design microcontroller and FPGA cards, develop firmware and system’s software, test motors and sensors.

Keywords: Service robotics, Human motion capture, Human motion analysis, Whole body control, Human-Robot-Interaction (HRI), Vicon,

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The BioRobotics Institute – Sant’AnnaInMotion wrist

The InMotion WRIST™ exoskeletal robot is capable of lifting even a severely impaired neurologic patient’s hand against gravity, overcoming most forms of hypertonicity. The InMotion WRIST™ exoskeletal robot accommodates the range of motion of a normal wrist in everyday tasks.

Keywords: Exoskeleton, Rehabilitation, Haptics, Human-Robot-Interaction (HRI), Sensors

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The Hamlyn Centre – ICLImina MiBot

The miBot uses piezo actuators with mobile motion technology that makes the miBot both extremely precise and very easy to control. Diverse micro-tools can be mounted on the miBot tool holder, which makes it particularly well-suited for R&D applications in material science, microelectronics and photonics, whenever in situ physical interactions with the sample are sought.

Keywords: Manipulation, Testing

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Institute for Anthropometrics and Robotics – H2TIntelligent exoskelleton KIT-EXO-1

The exoskeleton KIT-EXO-1 was developed with the aim to augment human capabilities or to use it in rehabilitation applications. It has two active DOF at the knee and ankle joint to support flexion/extension movement.  The linear actuators consist of brushless DC-motors, coupled to planetary roller screws and an optional serial spring. They are equipped with absolute and relative position encoders as well as a force sensor and can be controlled via the ArmarX software framework (https://armarx.humanoids.kit.edu).

Keywords: Exoskeleton, Motion classification, Motion prediction, Joint kinematic analysis

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Institut de Robòtica i Informàtica Industrial – UPCIRIcar

The autonomous car is based on a standard golf cart that has been robotized. The robot is capable of carrying up to two adult people in slopes up to 30 degrees.

Keywords: Navigation, Mapping, Teleoperation, Human-Robot-Interaction (HRI)

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Interactive Robotics Lab – CEA SaclayJACO

JACO (Kinova) robot arm allow individuals to do the many “daily living” activities that promote self-reliance, independence and comfort—all things that contribute to their well-being.
Safe to humans, JACO empowers people living with upper mobility impairments diagnosed with
one of the following conditions: Muscular Dystrophy (MD), Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA), Tetraplegia, Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), Cerebral Palsy (CP).

Keywords: Medical robotics, Rehabilitation

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Institute for Anthropometrics and Robotics – H2TThe Karlsruhe Humanoid Head

The Karlsruhe humanoid head was consistently used in ARMAR-IIIa and ARMAR-IIIb. It is a stand-alone robot head for studying various visual perception tasks in the context of object recognition and human-robot interaction. 

Keywords: Foveate vision, Stereo vision, Inertial system, Active vision, Visual search, Multimodal attention, Gaze stabilization

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Institute for Anthropometrics and Robotics – H2TThe KIT Prosthetic Hand

A five-finger 3D printed hand prosthesis with an underactuated mechanism, sensors and embedded control system. It has an integrated RGB camera in the base of the palm and a colour display in the back of the hand. All functional components are integrated into the hand, dimensioned according to a 50th percentile male human hand. 

Keywords: Prosthetics, Grasping and Manipulation, Semi-autonomous, Sensor fusion

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Ambient Assisted Living Laboratory – UWE BristolKOMPAÏ 1

Service robot on mobile base, designed to work in indoor environments to support caregivers and healthcare assistants.

Keywords: Service robotics, Human-Robot-Interaction (HRI), Navigation

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Bristol Innovation Facility – UWE BristolThe KUKA KR60-3 robotic arm

Six-axis industrial grade robot arm. Flexible and versatile, with high repeatability, medium load capacity and high speed, high duty cycles.

Keywords: Collaborative robotics (Cobot), Motion planning, Task planning, Human-Robot-Interaction (HRI), Factory of the future

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The Department of Robotics of LAAS – CNRSThe KUKA robotic arm

The Department of Robotics of LAAS owns several models of indoor robots for navigation or manipulation equiped with specific sensors and motor capabilities.

Keywords: Collaborative robotics (Cobot), Motion planning, Task planning, Human-Robot-Interaction (HRI), Factory of the future

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The Hamlyn Centre – ICLThe robotic arm KUKA LWR4+

The robot is a 7-axis jointed-arm robot. All motor units and current-carrying cables are protected beneath screwed-on cover plates.

Keywords: Collaborative robotics (Cobot), Motion planning, Task planning, Human-Robot-Interaction (HRI), Factory of the future

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Department of Robotics – RAM, University of TwenteThe robotic arm KUKA LWR4+

This robot is a 7-axis fully-actuated robot with torque sensing and control. Each joint is equipped with a position sensor on the input side and position and torque sensors on the output side. The robot can thus be operated with position, velocity and torque control. Unlike typical factory robots, which are so dangerous they are often put inside cages, this arm can operate among people. It is designed to perform tasks that require direct physical contact in a carefully controlled manner.
The KUKA robot is programmable in C++.

Keywords: Collaborative robotics (Cobot), Motion planning, Task planning, Human-Robot-Interaction (HRI), Factory of the future

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Interactive Robotics Lab – CEA SaclayLBR IIWA

The IIWA (Kuka) enables humans and robots to work together on highly sensitive tasks in close cooperation.
Thanks to its joint torque sensors in all seven axes, the LBR IIWA can detect contact and is able to work directly with its human operator.

Keywords: Collaborative robotics (Cobot), Manufacturing tasks, Fast and easy setup

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Department of Robotics – RAM, University of TwenteLOPES

The LOPES can be used to assist patients (e.g. stroke, SCI) during walking or assess gait impairments. It has eight powered degrees of freedom (hip flexion/extension, hip abduction/aduction, knee flexion/extension, pelvis forward/backward and pelvis mediolateral). Other degrees of freedom are left free.

Keywords: Gait training, Human-Robot-Interaction (HRI)

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The BioRobotics Institute – Sant’AnnaMagnetic Micro Manipulation Platform

The Magnetic Micro Manipulation Platform consists of a magnetic field generator and a control system. The magnetic field generator is composed by two orthogonal pairs of Helmholtz coils, which generate a uniform field, and two orthogonal pairs of Maxwell coils, which generate a uniform field gradient.

Keywords: Magnetic platform

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Robotics and Embedded Systems – TUMCooperative robotic Manufacturing Station

The setup consists of several robotic arms (Staubli TX0 and TX90, 4X ABB IRB 120, KUKA LRB iiwa), end effectors (including human-robot interaction safe R800 gripper) and a mock-up of a collaborative manufacturing cell equipped with a tactile SAPARO floor.

Keywords: Collaborative robotics (Cobot), Human-Robot-Interaction (HRI)

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Robotics, Vision and Control Group – Universidad de SevillaThe Hexarotor MBZIRC

Self-designed hexarotor, controlled with a Pixhawk (Px4) autopilot. An intel Nuc (I5) is also embedded for more computational capability. It works with ROS and it can be simulated with Gazebo. Payload includes among others: laser sensors, GPS, stereo camera and an electromagnet. Self-designed robotics arms are also used in this platform. This provides a multitask aerial robot.

Keywords: Aerial robotics, Navigation, Mapping, SLAM, Obstacle detection, Multi robot planning

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Robotics and Embedded Systems – TUMMicrosurgical Robot

Microsurgical platform is a setup that is originally designed and developed for ophthalmic application but it can be also used for other medical and biological procedures. It could be also used as a training platform for micro-robotic applications.

Keywords: Medical robotics, Micromanipulation, Trajectory planning

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Laboratory of Intelligent Systems – EPFLMotion capture arena

This facility is a large room (~10x10x5.5 m volume) equipped with an array of Optitrack motion capture cameras and an accompanying software. The system allows to track up to 50 rigid objects with a position error less than 1 mm and with a frame rate of up to 200 fps.

Keywords: Aerial robotics, Motion capture, Motion analysis, Virtual Reality (VR)

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Bristol Robotics Laboratory – UWE BristolNAO robots from BRL

An autonomous, programmable humanoid robot, featuring an inertial measurement unit with accelerometer, gyrometer and four ultrasonic sensors.

Keywords: Humanoid robotics, Motion planning, Task planning, Human-Robot-Interaction (HRI), Multi robot planning

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Institute for Anthropometrics and Robotics – H2TNAO robots from H2T

NAO is an autonomous, programmable humanoid robot developed by Adelbaran Robotics in 2006 (now SoftBankRobotics). The robot is commonly used for research and education purposes. Mostly known is this robot due to the participation in the RoboCup Standard Platform Soccer League.

Keywords: Humanoid robotics, Motion planning, Task planning, Human-Robot-Interaction (HRI), Multi robot planning

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The Hamlyn Centre – ICLNAO robots from ICL

NAO is an autonomous, programmable humanoid robot developed by Adelbaran Robotics in 2006 (now SoftBankRobotics). The robot is commonly used for research and education purposes. Mostly known is this robot due to the participation in the RoboCup Standard Platform Soccer League.

Keywords: Humanoid robotics, Motion planning, Task planning, Human-Robot-Interaction (HRI), Multi robot planning

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The BioRobotics Institute – Sant’AnnaThe neuromorphic roboter NeuiCub

The NeuiCub platform is composed of an iCub robot controlled through a SpiNNaker neuromorphic board (SpiNN-5). It is meant for neurorobotic experiments that involve detailed brain models implemented with spiking neural networks.

Keywords: Humanoid robotics, Spiking neural networks, Neuromorphic control, Grasping and Manipulation, Gaze control, Stereo vision, Touch sensors

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The BioRobotics Institute – Sant’AnnaNeuromorphic Artificial Touch Sensors

Neuromorphic Artificial Touch Sensors are a platform composed by an artificial tactile finger equipped with an array of 4 tactile MEMS sensors (MicroTAF), each having 4 output channels, and single board RIO by National Instruments.

Keywords: Prosthetics, Sensors, Neuromorphic, Human-Robot-Interaction (HRI), Remote sensing

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BioRobotics Lab – EPFLOncilla

Oncilla is a compliant, quadruped robot developed during the FP7 European project AMARSi (Adaptive Modular Architectures for Rich Motor Skills, project start March 2010, project duration 48 months, 4 Oncilla copies build and distributed, 2 remain at BIOROB). The goal of the AMARSi project was to improve richness of robotic motor skills.

Keywords: Gait analysis, Locomotion

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Laboratory of Intelligent Systems – EPFLParrot AR Drone 2.0 Elite

Parrot AR.Drone 2.0 Elite Edition allows you to see the world from above and to share your photos and videos on social networks instantly. It manoeuvres intuitively with a smartphone or tablet and offers exceptional sensations right from take-off. Soft protective frame allows to use indoors and and in crowded environments.

Keywords: Aerial robotics, Navigation, Mapping, SLAM

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The Department of Robotics of LAAS – CNRSThe humanoid robot Pepper

The Department of Robotics of LAAS owns several models of indoor robots for navigation or manipulation equiped with specific sensors and motor capabilities.

Keywords: Humanoid robotics, Collaborative robotics (Cobot), Motion planning, Task planning, Human-Robot-Interaction (HRI)

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Robotics, Vision and Control Group – Universidad de SevillaPioneer 3-AT

The PIONEER 3-AT is a highly versatile four-wheel drive robotic platform. Powerful, easy to use reliable, flexible, P3-AT is a popular team performer for outdoor or rough-terrain projects.
It offers an embedded computer option, opening the way for onboard vision processing, Ethernet-based communications, laser, DGPS, and other autonomous functions.
It is controlled with ROS/Ubuntu using a laptop.

Keywords: Collaborative robotics (Cobot), Navigation, Mapping, SLAM, Obstacle detection

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The Department of Robotics of LAAS – CNRSThe robot PR2

The Department of Robotics of LAAS owns several models of indoor robots for navigation or manipulation equiped with specific sensors and motor capabilities.

Keywords: Humanoid robotics, Collaborative robotics (Cobot), Motion planning, Task planning, Human-Robot-Interaction (HRI), , Biomechanics, Factory of the future

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The Department of Robotics of LAAS – CNRSThe humanoid robot Pyrène

A human size humanoid robot in a fully equipped experimental room. LAAS has a long time experience in humanoid robot motion planning and control. The new robot robot Pyrène constructed by Pal Robotics based on the experience of LAAS is powerful and designed to be torque controlled.

Keywords: Humanoid robotics, Motion planning, Whole-body motion generation, Biomechanics, Factory of the future

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iCub Facility – IITThe robot R1

R1 is a service robot designed at IIT starting from the experience and know-how of the iCub (with which it shares the software API). R1 is 1.3m tall. The torso is equipped with a mechanism that allows varying its height from a minimum of 1.15m to a maximum of 1.45m. R1 has an especially small footprint to move in cluttered office/home/mall environments.

Keywords: Service robotics, 3D vision, Human-Robot-Interaction (HRI), SLAM

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Robotics, Vision and Control Group – Universidad de SevillaRanger

A commercial fixed wing drone specially designed for FPV flights. It offers a lot of space inside the body for FPV equipment and cameras. It is compatible with most of the camera supports models. A perfect system for FPV flights and video recording. It can also carry a lot of payload compared with other models of the same weight.

Keywords: Aerial robotics, Drone, SLAM

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The Hamlyn Centre – ICLThe surgical robot RAVEN II

  • Human-Robot Interaction
  • Surgical Tool Development
  • Autonomous Surgery
  • Multi-Robot Integration
  • Surgical procedure simulation

Keywords: Medical robotics, Multi robot planning, Human-Robot-Interaction (HRI)

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The Department of Robotics of LAAS – CNRSThe outdoor robots RMP400 and RMP440

everal rover robots designed and equiped for outdoor navigation.

Keywords: Outdoor robotics, Logistics, Multi robot planning, Mapping

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Laboratory of Intelligent Systems – EPFL RoboGen

RoboGen™ is an open source platform for the co-evolution of robot bodies and brains. It has been designed with a primary focus on evolving robots that can be easily manufactured via 3D-printing and the use of a small set of low-cost, off-the-shelf electronic components.

Keywords: Fast and easy setup, Low cost

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Bristol Robotics Laboratory – UWE BristolEngineered Arts RoboThespian

Life size, interactive, fully programmable humanoid robot exhibit suitable for public display, demonstration and academic research.
A different head design containing a pico projector projects the entire face of the robot. Using InYaFace software, the face can take on any form and is animated in real time to show any expression.

Keywords: Humanoid robotics, Mimicking

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BioRobotics Lab – EPFL Roombots

Modular robotics for adaptive and self-organizing furniture that moves, self-assembles, and self-reconfigures. Our dream is to provide multi-functional modules that are merged with the furniture and that lay users and engineers can combine for multiple applications.

Keywords: Modular, Multi robot planning, Automatic construction

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Robotics, Vision and Control Group – Universidad de SevillaRX-90

Two commercial RX-90 robotic arms. They can cooperate with each other to do different tasks. Controlled with Ubuntu/ROS thanks to self-designed programs.

Keywords: Collaborative robotics, Human-Robot-Interaction (HRI), Manufacturing tasks

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The Hamlyn Centre – ICLSARIX Micro EDM

  • Micro Fabrication
  • Precision instrument creation
  • Micro gripper construction
  • Precision prototyping
  • Industrial part manufacture

Keywords: Construction

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The BioRobotics Institute – Sant’AnnaThe mechatronic platform SENLY

SENLY is a mechatronic platform aimed at perturbing steady conditions, such us, walking or keeping the upright stance, by slipping-like perturbations.

Keywords: Human motion capture, Human motion analysis, Vicon, Biomechanics

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BioRobotics Lab – EPFL Serval

Serval, the last in a line of robot iterations, is meant to serve as a quadruped for agile movement. We use the previously researched mechanisms, control structures and gained knowledge in the electronics development to build a combined and hopefully higher performing robot.

Keywords: Gait analysis, Locomotion

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The BioRobotics Institute – Sant’AnnaThe legged unterwater vehicle SILVER

SILVER (Seabed-Interaction Legged Vehicle for Exploration and Research) is a four-legged underwater vehicle. Each leg is based on a crank-slider mechanism with a serial spring, and two rotational joints at the hip (3 DoF each leg). Twelve Dynamixel AX-12a smart servomotors are connected in daisy chain, and powered by a LiPo battery for an average autonomy of 2 hours. The structure in PVC can hold sensors such as cameras, laser scan, salinity, pressure and temperature sensors, etc., or it can mount robotic arms or grippers. Matlab controllers, running on an external (out of water) laptop, enable SILVER with hopping, walking and crawling gaits.

Keywords: Underwater robotics, Four-pedal walking

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The Hamlyn Centre – ICL SkyScan 1272

The system can non-destructively visualize up to 209 Megapixel (14450×14450 pixels) virtual slices through objects, more than 2600 such slices after a single scan using newly developed 16Mp and 11Mp X-ray detectors in up to three offset positions. Due to phase-contrast enhancement, object details as small as 0.35um can be detected.

Keywords: Quality control, High-resolution scaling

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Robotics, Vision and Control Group – Universidad de Sevilla Skysurfer

First person view system, thought-out for training UAV pilots. If offers a great manoeuvrability.
This is a four-channel model featuring rudder, elevator, ailerons and ESC motor control. The model can be used as a first trainer thanks to its forgiving nature and stability, it’s also super durable due to the EPOFLEXY material it’s made from.

Keywords: Aerial robotics, Mapping, SLAM

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Department of Robotics – RAM, University of TwenteThe smart experience laboratory SmartXP

The name of the lab refers to Smart Experience Laboratory. It part of the creative technology study track. Throughout the many hands-on projects typical of our programmes at Twente, researchers and students develop technical knowledge and skills.

Keywords: Motion capture, Human-Robot-Interaction (HRI), Rapid prototyping

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Ambient Assisted Living Laboratory – UWE BristolEngineered Arts SociBot mini

SociBot Mini integrates the core technologies of RoboThespian in a desktop-sized robot. Extra ports and multiple Ethernet connections make it easy to interface with your choice of hardware. The projective head and fully articulated neck make SociBot even more expressive than its larger sibling. Ideal for individual researchers, small-footprint telepresence, or just for playing around with at home, SociBot offers a simple and affordable introduction to advanced robotics.

Keywords: Social robotics, Mimicking, Human-Robot-Interaction (HRI)

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Department of Robotics – RAM, University of TwenteSpace53

Space53 builds the tools and facilities to evolve unmanned systems technology into concepts that create societal and economic impact based on Technology Readiness, Economic Readiness (economic or societal business case) and Societal Readiness (ethics, legal, society).

Keywords: Indoor and outdoor testing, UAVs

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The Hamlyn Centre – ICLSPEA 4020 S2

The system allows for fast prototype design. The test program generation is fast and allows for quick reporting of the test results to technicians for technical implementations. The 4020 S2 can be equipped with multiple, independent, asynchronous test cores, each one with dedicated instrumentation and resources.

Keywords: Circuit Testing, Construction

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The Department of Robotics of LAAS – CNRSThe outdoor robot Sterela

everal rover robots designed and equiped for outdoor navigation.

Keywords: Outdoor robotics, Logistics, Multi robot planning, Mapping

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The BioRobotics Institute – Sant’AnnaThe soft manipulator STIFF-FLOP

Modular soft manipulator with high dexterity and intrinsic safety. The basic version of the manipulator is composed of two modules, completely based on elastomers (silicones) and some ABS parts for connection. On the tip, the system can lodge a micro camera, a gripper or an ablator.

Keywords: Soft manipulation, Medical robotics, Modular

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BioRobotics Lab – EPFLSwimming Pool and Flow tank

The facility is a medium size pool for testing performance of small swimming robots. The room is equipped with a tracking system based on the cameras mounted above the swimming pool. Tracking system provides position information of all bright points in the swimming pool area.

Keywords: Underwater robotics, Swimming, Motion capture, Motion analysis

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Interactive Robotics Lab – CEA SaclaySYBOT PK0 and SKYBOT PK2

Thanks to their unique mechanical qualities, the SYBOT PK0 (3 axes) and PK2 (6 axes) bring competitiveness and attractiveness to manual operations that cannot be automated.
Through agile automation, SYBOT simplifies the response to flexibility and variability requirements for all types of processes such as grinding.

Keywords: Collaborative robotics (Cobot), Teleoperation, Manufacturing tasks, Finite-state-machines, SCORE

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Robotics, Vision and Control Group – Universidad de SevillaTalon

Features a strong foam body internally reinforced with carbon fibre, parachute recovery and belly landing available, 24 megapixel camera with many other sensor options, automatic lens cover door, easy hand-launch, 5 minutes setup time, 2 hours of endurance, easy to transport and +30km link range.

Keywords: Aerial robotics, Mapping, SLAM

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Department of Robotics – RAM, University of TwenteThe simulation and training centre TechMed

The TechMed Centre’s simulation and training centre offers the latest state of the art simulation technology for research, development and the education of students and professionals in health care. It is used as a large high-tech and safe learning space in which the authentic professional environment is simulated.

Keywords: Medical robotics

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Institut de Robòtica i Informàtica Industrial – UPC Teo

Teo is a robot aimed to perform 2D Simultaneous Localization And Mapping (SLAM) and 3D mapping. Is designed to work both in indoor and rugged outdoor areas.

Keywords:  Navigation, Mapping, Teleoperation, Human-Robot-Interaction (HRI), Multi robot planning, SLAM

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Bristol Robotics Laboratory – UWE BristolPAL Robotics Tiago

Service robot on mobile base, designed to work in indoor environments.
Laser range-finder and mapping and localization in unstructured indoor environments. People aware multi-sensor navigation. Obstacle avoidance.

Keywords:  Service robotics, Gesture studies, Telepresence, Human-Robot-Interaction (HRI), Grasping and Manipulation

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Institut de Robòtica i Informàtica Industrial – UPCTibi and Dabo

Tibi and Dabo are two mobile urban service robots aimed to perform navigation and human robot interaction tasks.

Keywords:  Navigation, Mapping, Teleoperation,Human-Robot-Interaction (HRI), Multi robot planning

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Interactive Robotics Lab – CEA SaclayThe articulated arm TX90

The TX90 6-axis robot is an articulated arm with 6 axes for increased flexibility.
The spherical work envelope allows maximum utilization of cell workspace. It can also be mounted on the floor, wall or ceiling. The fully enclosed structure (IP65) makes the robotic arm ideal for applications in harsh environments.

Keywords: Teleoperation, Manufacturing tasks, Hazardous environments

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Bristol Innovation Facility – UWE BristolThe universal robot UR5

Lightweight, flexible collaborative robot. The robot includes freedrive mode, force-sensing for collision detection and several wide spread end of arm tooling.
Flexible and safe to work with, without the need of cage or additional safety systems. High repeatability and speed, quick to program.

Keywords: Collaborative robotics (Cobot), Manufacturing tasks, Fast and easy setup

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Interactive Robotics Lab – CEA SaclayThe universal robot UR10

Collaborative robot UR10 is designed to mimic the range of motion of a human arm and incidentally all it takes to program and reprogram the robotic arms is a human arm. It doesn’t get any easier – and perhaps most importantly it eliminates the need for expensive third-party programmers every time you want to assign the robot arm to a different task.

Keywords: Collaborative robotics (Cobot), Manufacturing tasks, Fast and easy setup

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Robotics, Vision and Control Group – Universidad de SevillaVicon Indoor Testbed

Indoor testbed for the assessment and validation of air traffic automation techniques and multivehicle systems (both coordination and cooperation). This testbed is based on an indoor positioning system that uses 20 VICON cameras. This system can calculate the position and attitude of any moving object within the volume of the testbed (15x15x5 m) in real time (with an update rate of up to 500 Hz).

Keywords: Aerial robotics, Motion capture, Motion analysis, Multi robot planning, Vicon

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Interactive Robotics Lab – CEA SaclayVirtuose 6D

The Virtuose 6D is the only product on the market combining a high force feedback in the 6 degrees of freedom with a large workspace. The Virtuose 6D is especially suited for scale one manipulations virtual and distant (robotic control). It is also used as a co-manipulation medical robot and in rehabilitation applications. Its handle has 3 buttons (2 programmable), and is replaceable through our tool changer.

Keywords: Collaborative robotics (Cobot), Medical robotics, Manufacturing tasks