Welcome to the Waterloo RoboHub

This state-of-the-art robotics research and test facility enables innovative research on multi-robot teams with its unique fleet of humanoid, aerial, ground, and magnetically-levitated (maglev) robots. This is essential for a thorough investigation of the opportunities that will come from studying multi-robot coordination.

Each type of robotic platform included in the RoboHub brings its own strengths and limitations, well established through experiment and deployment of the individual systems. The potential to combine ground, humanoid, aerial and maglev robots into highly efficient autonomous teams stands to revolutionize a wide range of industries and have far reaching societal benefits.

  1. Nov. 2, 2018Waterloo creates a ‘terrarium for robots’

    The Globe and Mail published an article on the RoboHub along with the other facilities in the new E7 building. Visit their website for the original article.

    If robotics development is anything like driving a car, the University of Waterloo is about to upgrade to a brand-new Ferrari from an old jalopy.

  2. Oct. 29, 2018UWaterloo looks to the future of engineering

    CTV News Kitchener visited the RoboHub during the E7 Grand Opening celebrations and received an up-close, personal look at our new fleet member TALOS. Visit their website for the original article and for the video coverage. 

    The University of Waterloo is hoping to become a pioneer of the next industrial revolution.

  3. Oct. 29, 2018RoboHub opens in University of Waterloo engineering building

    CBC News stopped by the RoboHub on October 29th to get a sneak peak at the facility before the E7 Grand Opening celebrations. Visit their website for the original article.

    A new engineering building complete with a start-of-the-art robotics research hub has opened on the University of Waterloo campus.

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