University and research

Projet TIQ : smart city et robotique mobile

A smart city project with Husky

HAW Hamburg (Hamburg University of Applied Sciences) is the third largest university of applied sciences in Germany. It is also where you’ll find the Autosys research laboratory, specialised in developing autonomous systems for use in smart cities. For several years, Génération Robots has been working with Hamburg University, providing the equipment needed for experiments as[…]
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Bras robotique Eva de Automata pour l'industrie 4.0

Eva: a robot arm for lightweight pick & place applications

Eva is an affordable solution for automating lightweight (<1.25 kg) pick and place applications, allowing you to avoid bottlenecks, optimise process cycle times and set up additional operational teams without increasing costs. It’s particularly well-suited to highly repetitive processes that don’t require qualified staff. The most common use cases for the Eva robot arm fall[…]
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Niryo NED, un bras Niryo pour les utilisateurs avancés

Niryo Ned, a Niryo arm for advanced users

Niryo Ned: a cobot designed for teaching and rapid prototyping Niryo Ned arm is a 6-axis collaborative robot designed for education (engineering schools, vocational training establishments, training centres, etc.) and for research laboratories. Niryo lets students take on Industry 4.0 challenges at an early stage in their education. Niryo Ned is ideal for reproducing and[…]
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Robotique mobile dans l'industrie du bâtiment

ROSBIM project: integrating robotics into the construction industry

Here, Fraunhofer Italia reports on one of the projects headed by the Fraunhofer Italia Innovation Engineering Center, aimed at advancing integration of robotics technologies in the construction industry. Fraunhofer is a German institute for applied scientific research. The Fraunhofer Italia Innovation Engineering Center is the Italian branch of their laboratory network. Photo credit © LIVE-STYLE[…]
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Comparatif NVIDIA Jetson

Comparison of NVIDIA Jetson nanocomputers

NVIDIA® Jetson™ Systems: Deploy powerful AI in your robotic projects Compact, able to run powerful real-time calculations, while being energy efficient, NVIDIA Jetson nanocomputers adapt perfectly to the constraints of embedded systems. NVIDIA® Jetson™ nanocomputers are used to deploy deep learning applications, manage multiple neural networks in parallel, or process high-resolution data from multiple sensors[…]
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Guide de prise en main du bras robotique Niryo One

Niryo One 6-Axis Robotic Arm Getting Started Guide

With this guide, you learn how to launch, connect, calibrate and execute sequences with Niryo. We will introduce you to Niryo One Studio visual programming interface (Niryo can also be programmed with Python, ROS, Matlab, C++). Niryo One kit parts list The Niryo One kit includes the following components: 1 Niryo One robotic arm (assembled)[…]
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Guide d’achat 2020 : robotique à l’université

Buyer’s Guide 2020: robotics for higher education & labs

2020 Buyer’s Guide for higher education (electrical engineering and computer science, engineering school, technical college, etc.) and researchers Using robots in a scientific or technical cursus encourages students to create programs for real-world applications. And it’s important that students are able to work with proper hardware. Robotics can be used to teach programming, machine learning,[…]
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Capteur IMU pour la robotique

IMU and robotics: All you need to know

In this article, we’ll be sharing all the information you need to buy the right IMU for your project. You will learn how an IMU works and how to interpret its data. At the end of the article, you will also find some links to tests and resources. Definition – What is an IMU? An[…]
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