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Czech Republic Aims to be Home of Robotics and Wide-ranging Research
Technical College Prague
The Czech Technical University (CTU) in Prague, the oldest institute of technology in Central Europe, leads the way
By RBR Staff


The Czech Technical University (CTU) in Prague, the oldest institute of technology in Central Europe, stands at the forefront of robotics research. Teams there are working on a range of technologies that promise great advances in robotic devices, applications and human-robot interaction.

In the NIFTI project, researchers from CTU are looking at how robots can most effectively cooperate with humans to perform different tasks with a focus on search and rescue operations.

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