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We are in the process of migrating our site to this one, which will be completed before the end of the year. Our old site is at http://www.rvmi.aau.dk.
Our little helper is now able to weld studs. The welding tool was developed within the project CARLOS. See a first video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lkL9imXERlE
Today we received our Baxter Research Robot. It is the first Baxter robot in DK. It will support our bachelor education Manufacturing and Operations Engineering, as well as, of course, or research work. We are all eager to test it out.
We have now a UR5 robot, which is supported by the Mini-Picker project. It will be used for developing and testing a novel low-cost 3D sensing device for bin-picking.
We have a new colleauge: Menna Siam. Menna started on August 1st and is hired in the national project MiniPicker. A warm welcome to her.
As part of the TAPAS project, we have just returned from Germany, where we have demonstrated advances in Human-Robot Interaction at the industrial partner KUKA in Augsburg, Bavaria. Check out the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wAbShHFjWDY
We welcome our new colleague Bjarne Grossmann, who will also be working on the STAMINA project!
Low-priced and flexible robotic systems that are able to target small businesses must be the response from robot developers to one of the industry’s most complex automation tasks – bin-picking. The advanced Technology Foundation invests DKK 15 million in new … Continue reading
We welcome two new PhD students: Athanasios Polydoros and Francesco Rovida. Both will be working in the STAMINA project.
We decided to use a Universal Robots robot arm for the EU project STAMINA. Our UR10 robot arm has arrived at our lab and it looks good!!