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  • Supplier Profile
    HTR, the Hellenic Technology of Robotics, is a Company supported by European Research Institutes and Industries that aim the development of innovative products in the area of autonomous and...
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    The Company has grown to become the world's largest motorcycle manufacturer and one of the leading automakers. With a global network of 492 subsidiaries and affiliates accounted for under the...
  • News - 18 Dec 2014
    Travelling from Los Angeles to Frankfurt onboard of Lufthansa flight LH 457, the passenger arrived on December 16, at 11.05 a.m. with no signs of jet lag: this was no ordinary holidaymaker, after all,...
  • News - 3 Jun 2021
    A new formula from Army scientists is leading to new insights on how to build an energy-efficient legged teammate for dismounted warfighters. In a recent peer-reviewed PLOS One paper, the U.S. Army...
  • News - 15 Sep 2016
    Ghost Robotics, LLC, a leader in research and development of legged, direct-drive (gearless) and proprioceptive robotics technologies announced today that it has launched its first patent-pending...
  • Article - 6 Oct 2021
    Read more about how modeling robotics on animal gait and locomotion can improve robot design a range of applications include military, emergency response, industrial manufacturing, and space...
  • News - 25 Mar 2016
    Dennis Hong, director of UCLA’s Robotics and Mechanisms Laboratory (RoMeLa), with his graduate and undergraduate students, have designed innovative robots that can extinguish fires on ships,...
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    The Journal of Intelligent and Robotic Systems bridges the gap between theory and practice in all areas of intelligent systems and robotics. It publishes original, peer reviewed contributions from...
  • News - 17 Nov 2022
    A maze of pipes and conduits for water, sewage, and gas can be found beneath the streets. Regular monitoring of these pipes for leakage or maintenance usually necessitates these to be dug up. The...
  • News - 11 Jan 2022
    Researchers at the University of South Australia have written a computational algorithm that allows mobile robots to navigate obstacles, finding the quickest path to their destination. Image Credit:...