About Us

The focus of the Robotics & Automation Group at the Department of Mechanical and Manufacturing EngineeringAalborg University  is on design and implementation of model and sensor based control systems, human machine interfaces, automatic and real-time shop floor control and mobile robots (co-workers). The group has a high focus on putting the research into practical use. As a result of this, much of the research is carried out in close collaboration with industry. This can be end-users as well as system and technology providers. The group has been active in a number of national and EU projects, e.g., ACAT, CARMEN, CARLoS, TAPAS, GISA, PACO-Plus, Eco2Painter, Flexpaint, Imcor, Pipeweld, Little helper

The mission of the research group is: to create, discover and disseminate knowledge about adaptive automation through research, education, prototype developments and practical implementation. [Read more...]

 

Latest News & Upcoming Events

AAU Smart Production Lab

We’ve just received a new smart production laboratory for research and teaching. The laboratory is delivered f ...

Paper accepted at ISR 2014

Our paper “Integration and Assessment of Multiple Mobile Manipulators In a Real-World Industrial Production Fa ...

ACAT – Year 1 Review Meeting

The first year review of the ACAT project, held from 05-06 of May, 2014 in Luxembourg is finished. The project gave ...

Tutorial at ICRA 2014

Upcoming tutorial at ICRA 2014 in Hong Kong: ERRA 2014 – Experiences of Research on Robot Assistance for Industrial ...

Workshop at IAS 2013

Our IAS 2013 workshop IRAS 2014 – Intelligent Robot Assistants: from household chores to industrial settings h ...

euRobotics Forum 2014

Two members of the Robotics group, Simon Bøgh and Dimitris Chrysostomou, are going to participate in the euRobotics ...

SPRINT week finished

SPRINT week at Automation and Robotics Group has finished! Our SPRINT this year was so successful and fun! Congrats ...

SPRINT week started

SPRINT week at Automation and Robotics Group has started! We intend to use old smartphones, our 3d printer, and our ...

Little Helper 4 is ready!

We are happy to announce that the fourth version of our Little Helper robot is ready and waiting to participate in e ...