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.
- Jan. 3, 2019
Dana Kulić, RoboHub core research team member and associate professor, will now be joining Monash University to help lead the planning and establishment of a new robotics research facility. We wish her the best of luck in her new position. Below is a short article Monash Engineering published about her joining the university, see their website for the original article.
- Nov. 7, 2018
PAL Robotics, the robotics system supplier of our newest humanoid TALOS, wrote a post on their blog interviewing our team members about the RoboHub and plans for our TALOS. Visit their website for the original article.
Last week, the University of Waterloo inaugurated the E7 Engineering building, which has an impressive RoboHub with a big family of robots… Amongst which, you can find TALOS! The 32-DoF humanoid robot has joined the RoboHub family, and showed its manipulation skills during the Grand Opening.
- Nov. 2, 2018
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.
This fall, students and faculty will be able to access the RoboHub – a purpose-built test facility for a variety of robots, from humanoids and wheeled vehicles to flying drones.