Educators, business leaders, and students gather to discuss new robotics innovations and applications.
Robot tour guide, and giving autonomy to existing vehicles among new robotics projects at WPI.
Autonomous sailboat competition tackles challenges of moving robotic boats on the water and avoiding collisions.
As National Robotics Week kicks off, Robotics Business Review takes a look at an undergraduate project that uses robotics to solve real-world problems for military installations.
A combined 400 bachelor’s, master’s, and PhD graduate degrees have been awarded in Robotics Engineering at WPI since the program began. There are currently 366 undergraduates and 167 graduate students enrolled in the program.
Although last year’s DARPA Robotics Challenge demonstrated the limitations of humanoid robots, researchers are working hard to overcome them.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute wins two grants to develop soft robotics, which could be useful for medical, search-and-rescue, and co-working applications.
Exoskeletons is the breakout story of 2014!
Although long overshadowed by its Bay State rival MIT, Worcester Polytechnic Institute continues to make important contributions to the advancement of robotics education and innovation.
In a world where prostheses can cost anywhere from $30K to $100K, the IrisHand is under-$20K.