The Industrial Robotics Facility (InBot) tackles the challenges of bringing current robotics research to mainstream industrial use cases. Thus we bridge the gap between the academic and industrial forefronts, and specialize in the automation complex labor intensive tasks. These tasks are normally require dexterous motion and compliant material handling. Consequently our research goals are also aligned towards dexterous manipulation, elasticity and compliant material control.
The industrial robotics unit is, and has been, involved in many (National and International) Projects, as well as industrial collaborations. Some of the outcomes of these activities can be seen in form of Prototypes, Patents and Papers. Please refer to the related pages to see their details.