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UTARI’s Robotics Division focuses on a number of robotic applications, including assistive, social and personal, educational, military, and agricultural robotic applications.
The Robotics Division focuses on assistive social and personal, military, agricultural, and surgical research areas. The core competency is based on subtopics that include sensing, perception, mobility, manipulation, advanced human-machine interfaces, intelligent control, teleoperated and autonomous systems, and advanced cooperative human-robot interaction.
Research in this area involves enabling robots and devices to assist people and improve human performance in daily activities.
Read about our work in this area of study, which deals with such issues as sensor skins.
Designing and programing unmanned systems to facilitate military, civil, and private functions is the goal of this research.
Read all about the work our students have done for various competitions around the country and around the world.
Find a list of all of UTARI’s robotic platforms.
The different agencies, industry leaders, and academic institutions we’re working with.
Meet the robotics research team.
Read what our staff has published on the topic.