Student experience is set to reach new heights in RoboHub, the two-story indoor flight centre for humanoid, aerial, ground and magnetically-levitated robot technologies. It’s one of the innovative features of Engineering 7 (E7), the 230,000-square-foot, seven-storey building to be funded by the $70-million Educating the Engineer of the Future campaign.
The RoboHub will be a unique and revolutionary robotics test facility – a state-of-the-art showcase for humanoid, aerial, ground and maglev robot technologies. The facility will provide a vital catalyst for innovation, bridging the laboratory and the real world. Researchers will develop richly heterogeneous robot teams and simulate complex, real-world environments, opening new multidisciplinary avenues to explore the potential of these combined robotic technologies.