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Robotics is one of the core research lines @POLIMI since 1973, when the Politecnico di Milano Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Lab (PMAIR Lab) was funded. Since then, the multi-disciplinary activity in Robotics has been developed @Polimi in different Departments giving birth to several focused labs.
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Robotics is one of the core research lines @POLIMI since 1972, when the Politecnico di Milano Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Lab (PM-AIR Lab) was established. Since then, the multi-disciplinary activity in Robotics has been developed @Polimi in different Departments giving birth to several focused labs.
  
 
Robotics@POLIMI is a joint initiative aimed at creating synergies among those laboratories, and to provide a common access point to the Robotics research at Politecnico di Milano.  
 
Robotics@POLIMI is a joint initiative aimed at creating synergies among those laboratories, and to provide a common access point to the Robotics research at Politecnico di Milano.  
  
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|style="width:65%"|Main research lines are:
 
|style="width:65%"|Main research lines are:
 
* Autonomous robots (AIRLab)
 
* Autonomous robots (AIRLab)
 
* Bio-Inspired Robots (AIRLab)
 
* Bio-Inspired Robots (AIRLab)
 
* Edutainment Robotics (AIRLab)
 
* Edutainment Robotics (AIRLab)
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* Human-Robot Interaction (AIRLab, Phy.Co. Lab)
 
* Industrial Robotics (MERLIN)
 
* Industrial Robotics (MERLIN)
 
* Mechatronics (MERLIN)
 
* Mechatronics (MERLIN)
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* Robotic Rehabilitation (AirLab, NearLab)
 
* Robotic Rehabilitation (AirLab, NearLab)
 
* Surgical Robots (NearLab)
 
* Surgical Robots (NearLab)
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* Haptics (VPLab)
 
* ...
 
* ...
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AIRLabMatteucciLURCH.JPG|Lurch: The Autonomous Wheelchair (AIRLab).
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AIRLabBonariniRoboWIIFront2011Low.JPG|The game robot RoboWII at Robotica 2010 (AIRLab).
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AIRLabGiniWhiteHand.jpg{{!}}A bio-inspired arm and hand developed at AIRLab.
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NearLabFerrignoScenarioKukaLow.jpg{{!}}Active project scenario for awake neurosurgery interventions (NearLab).
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NearLabFerrignoTrackingMultiRototicChainLow.jpg{{!}}Multi-robotic chain: PathFinder, Mars and a piezo-linear Actuator (NearLab).
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NearLabFerrignoPathFinderWithPhantomLow.jpg{{!}}Targeting of a brain-skull phantom with a multi-robotic chain (NearLab).
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NearLabFerrignoEsoscheletroLow.jpg{{!}}A passive exoskeleton with electrical stimulation for upper limb support (NearLab).
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MerlinRocco_quadrivio.png{{!}}An autonomous vehicle based on the Yamaha Grizzly ATV (MERLIN).
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MerlinRocco_ABB.jpg{{!}}An ABB IRB 140 industrial robot (MERLIN).
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MerlinRocco_comau04.png{{!}}A Comau Smart Six robot with the C4Gopen controller (MERLIN).
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Mixed_Reality_seating-buck.png{{!}}Mixed Reality seating-buck for the validation of a design concept of car interior. (VPLab)
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Haptic_guidance_system.png{{!}}Haptic guidance system to assist young people to develop manual skills ability.  (VPLab)
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Haptic_strip.png{{!}}Haptic strip to evaluate the aesthetic shape of virtual products. (VPLab)
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Haptic_interaction.png{{!}}Haptic interaction with the virtual prototype of a consumer product. (VPLab)
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M&SSLab_SmartActuator.png{{!}}Hybrid Smart Actuator. (M&SSLab)
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M&SSLab_FlexibleParallelRobot.jpg{{!}}Parallel Robot with flexible links and joints. (M&SSLab)
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Latest revision as of 23:45, 3 November 2015

Robotics is one of the core research lines @POLIMI since 1972, when the Politecnico di Milano Artificial Intelligence and Robotics Lab (PM-AIR Lab) was established. Since then, the multi-disciplinary activity in Robotics has been developed @Polimi in different Departments giving birth to several focused labs.

Robotics@POLIMI is a joint initiative aimed at creating synergies among those laboratories, and to provide a common access point to the Robotics research at Politecnico di Milano.

Main research lines are:
  • Autonomous robots (AIRLab)
  • Bio-Inspired Robots (AIRLab)
  • Edutainment Robotics (AIRLab)
  • Human-Robot Interaction (AIRLab, Phy.Co. Lab)
  • Industrial Robotics (MERLIN)
  • Mechatronics (MERLIN)
  • Mobile Robots and Intelligent Vehicles (AIRLab, MERLIN)
  • Robotic perception and Computer Vision (AIRLab)
  • Robotic Rehabilitation (AirLab, NearLab)
  • Surgical Robots (NearLab)
  • Haptics (VPLab)
  • ...