We look forward to welcoming you at the festive opening of our new RoboHouse facilities.
Journalism students Destiny de Wit, Loulou Kuster and Laura Iwuchukwu saw the Port of Rotterdam employment numbers and got curious: How are these 385.000 workers affected by robotics? What does their reality look like?
An epic development trajectory of more than 20 years is drawing to a close. Space operations engineer Lodewijk Aris has been with it every step of the way.
As NEXTdriver completes its move to a scale-up location on TU Delft Campus, we sit down with Guido Sluijsmans, CEO and co-founder, to reflect on his firm’s transformation.
Innovations are often used in unexpected ways. How would a waiter at Café LUX in Nijmegen put robot Christine to work? Myrte Nowee investigates.
The GyBAR is a robotic backpack with a medical purpose. For people unsettled by strokes and spinal cord injuries. But what could it do for a bicycle courier? Liza Oomens investigates.
The robots of the Minor Robotics 2021-2022 were presented in RoboHouse with live presentations and demonstrations. Here's a full project overview of this high quality edition of Demo Day.
To inspire, this series asks some of our wisest community members for a minute of advice and insight.
An impression of the most exciting day of the year.
Cognitive robotics is not just about performing tasks, it is also the art of improving work processes. So this year's Minor Robotics was graced by a process innovation: TU Delft students teamed up with students from ROC Mondriaan, a school for vocational training. How did they fare?
Interested in predictive maintenance? Join this classic offline RoboCafé to meet Simon Jagers, co-founder of Samotics, a gifted team with a mission to eliminate unplanned downtime.
Chrysalix is a venture capital firm from Vancouver focussed on resource intensive industries. With offices in RoboHouse, the firm is now ready to drive the energy transition. Are you a young company with AI and cognitive robotics solutions in this area? Take notice. The case of Applied Impact Robotics shows this fund means business.
Do you have a strong interest in space? Do you aspire to channel your knowledge, interest and experience into a career in the space sector? Apply for ESA's Junior Professional Programme!
The unknowns and complexities of robotics can be daunting, even for the most steel-stomached innovator. A workshop at RoboHouse gets you back on your game.
RoboHouse and TU Delft are co-founders of a cross-industry initiative to shape the future of work in maintenance and inspection.
Liza Oomens speaks with project manger Tim Themann and plant manager Gerhard Lang about the promising new partnership between RoboHouse and Voestalpine.
How can humans instantly estimate slipperiness of a surface and adjust their gripping, like when grabbing a wet glass?
In November Peter Wennink, CEO of ASML, and Constantijn Van Oranje-Nassau were spotted on TU Delft Campus. What were they up to?
The research revolves around interaction between people and robots. Experiments will be conducted on-site at Skotel, the education-and research centre of the Hotelschool in Scheveningen.
Entertain yourself with this compilation of thought-provoking questions, sourced in London at the world's largest festival of philosophy and music. A heady report to open the innovative mind.
Here's a new vlog, by RoboHouse mainstay Luka Suurmond. She gets up-close. Does the robot do what it was designed for? See for yourself in Delft DEMO.
RoboHouse has partnered with the School of Journalism of Hogeschool Utrecht to establish The Unforeseen Effects Dossier, an investigative journalism practice that uncovers and documents the unintended consequences of robotics in the workplace.
Future of work fieldlab RoboHouse will take the lead in project ‘Werk Werkt!’, a collaboration between corporations, knowledge institutes and SMEs, with special emphasis on ship-building, manufacturing and medical technology.
A supermarket is typically a place where unexpected things happen all the time. Not only are there thousands of products with different shapes and looks, there are also people walking in and out. How could a shelf-stocking robot handle this?
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