News archive - 2016

Wednesday, August 31, 2016

RoboHub researcher receives funds for robotics research

Stephen Smith in his robotics lab at Waterloo Engineering.

With more and more robots headed for the commercial world, a Waterloo Engineering researcher hopes to speed their arrival by developing cheaper, general-purpose control systems.

At the moment, the high cost of customized robotics applications in workplaces such as warehouses and manufacturing plants largely limits them to huge companies with plenty of money to invest.

Wednesday, April 13, 2016

External - A bright future for robotics

The University of Waterloo's faith in the future of robotics is best demonstrated by its plans for a new engineering building that will be home to the RoboHub. The RoboHub will be the first centre in the world to combine aerial, ground, maglev (magnetic levitation) and humanoid robotics development under a single roof.

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