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== Porfolio ==
 
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===Selected projects===
 
===Selected projects===
* TeMoto - intuitive telerobotics solutions for hazardous environments (in collaboration with the [http://robotics.me.utexas.edu/ Nuclear and Applied Robotics Group at UT-Austin])
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* [https://utnuclearroboticspublic.github.io/temoto2/site/index.html TeMoto] - intuitive telerobotics solutions for hazardous environments (in collaboration with the [http://robotics.me.utexas.edu/ Nuclear and Applied Robotics Group at UT-Austin])
 
* [[robotont]] - educational open source mobile robot
 
* [[robotont]] - educational open source mobile robot
 
* Self-deployable Habitat for Extreme Environments ([http://www.shee.eu SHEE])
 
* Self-deployable Habitat for Extreme Environments ([http://www.shee.eu SHEE])

Revision as of 20:49, 6 September 2018

Goal and motivation for robotics at IMS Lab

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Robots are developed for the improvement of quality of our lives. Human-Robot Collaboration encompasses developing usable robots that make our everyday lives easier. Collaborative robots share their autonomy with human partners, thus improving the efficiency and quality of work in areas such as flexible manufacturing, logistics, domestic assistance, healthcare, and teleoperation in hazardous environments. We have extensive experience in research and technology of every aspect of robotics: designing electronics, mechanical engineering, software development, system integration, device building, education and training.

Highlights

  • TeMoto, a highly intuitive telerobotics platform,
  • omnidirectional robotont platform for education and research in ROS,
  • Fits.me shape-changing mannequin,
  • Self-deployable Habitat for Extreme Environments (SHEE),
  • Massive open online course (MOOC) about robotics in Estonia (https://sisu.ut.ee/robot).

Capabilities

Tools we use

  • ROS
  • LabVIEW,
  • C++

Equipment

Our inventory includes but is not limited to:

Skills

  • Hardware integration
  • Software engineering
  • Electronics design
  • Full system development
  • ROS and engineering trainings

Primary contact

Karl Kruusamäe
associate professor of robotics engineering, ORCID
Alvo Aabloo
professor, head of IMS lab, ORCID

Student projects

We always welcome new motivated students who are interested in robotics to join our lab. A list of potential student projects in robotics can be found here.

Porfolio

Selected projects

Selected Publications

Full list of publications

Outreach