Dynamic Robotics

Manufacturing robots will collaborate with people to assemble complex objects on reconfigurable assembly lines with increasing the efficiency and flexibility of factory floors. The robotic revolution will approach and surpass the ubiquity and usefulness of the computer revolution, because robots can change not only the virtual world, but the physical world as well.

The research field of artificial intelligence and robotics engineering is ongoing and limited perhaps only by imagination. Robots can be developed for practical tasks that increase consumer convenience. Robots are also promising agents to act in emergency or hazardous situations. The field is exciting for those who want to pursue AI. While specific developments are hard to predict, it’s fair to expect researchers and the tech industry to continue expanding AI capacity and what robots can do in the coming decade.

The research field of artificial intelligence and robotics engineering is ongoing and limited perhaps only by imagination.

Robotic manipulation and control

Torque and speed control for precision positioning

Increasing production flexibility by integrating different type of sensors

Integration of vision system for safety human-robot collaboration

Integration of multiple visual sensors for 3D object scanning

Automated non-destructive inspection of complex structures

Optimal path planing and collision avoidance

An in-house unified architecture enabling a direct communication with any robot

Robotics has been undergoing a major change from manufacturing applications to entertainment, home, rehabilitation, search and rescue, and service applications.