Along with the dedicated infrastructure in the RoboHub facility itself, we have a diverse, globally unique fleet of robots, offering a wide array of different capabilities all coordinated via a custom Robot Operating System (ROS) based communications network.
RoboHub's fleet consists of fixed-base, walking, rolling, and flying robots, including a full-size humanoid, several unmanned aerial and ground vehicles (UAVs and UGVs), a single- or dual-armed mobile manipulator, and many collaborative robot arms.
For details on some of these robots, check the highlighted profiles below or check out the complete list of robots.
Full-size humanoid robot from PAL Robotics. Includes torque sensing and control at all joints, force-torque sensing at wrists and ankles, and a large arm workspace with high payload limits.
A dual-arm mobile manipulator from Kinova Robotics with a holonomic base and a raisable body. Includes a pair of JACO² arm mounts and a Kinect One on a pan-tilt mount.
Easy-to-use collaborative robotic arm from Franka Emika. Programmable via a touch interface which can learned in minutes, while sensitive enough to move lightweight parts safely near people.
Amphibious outdoor research platform from Clearpath Robotics. Includes rugged design and traction tires for all-terrain mobility and a modular payload bay with power and communication ports.
Small humanoid robot from Softbank Robotics. Includes directional microphones, dual cameras, text-to-speech, built-in natural language processing and image recognition, and a global user base.
High-performance indoor quadrotor from Quanser. Its carbon-fibre frame holds an Intel Aero Compute Board with built-in WiFi and native support for the platform's RealSense and optical flow cameras.