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19/10/2022 – 19/10/2022, RoboHouse
In her first public address Marina Bill, incoming president of the International Federation of Robotics (IFR), highlights ease of use as the way forward for collaborative robotics.
A robot that helps store employees by moving independently through the supermarket and shelving products. According to cognitive robotics researcher Carlos Hernández Corbato, this may be possible in the future. If we engineer the unexpected.
One of the most intriguing RoboHouse residents is Lobster, a robotics firm for underwater survey services. We plunged in and made a listicle about them.
Sales of industrial robots peaked in 2021: a new record of 486,800 units were shipped globally, reports the International Federation of Robotics. Prospects are also rosy for the Dutch market.
De eerste MKBdoet kennis sprint voor vakmensen komt eraan. Hoe kun je remote operator support praktisch inzetten? Tijdens dit programma kun je alles vragen. En na 4 tot 6 weken eindig je met antwoorden.
TU Delft start-up Kitepower has established that energy generation with kites is possible. Now it is launching a crowdfunding project.
Suppose you emerge with a winning robot after 24 hours of intense robot building.
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.
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