Fields of competence
ROBOTNOR represents a unique synergy of academic and industrial expertise which allows us to counsel and comprehend a wide variety of tasks and projects. Our fields of competence are numerous and diverse.
You can learn more about our research on robotics below, where we list some of our past and ongoing research projects. You can also learn more about our robots by clicking here.
The use of future service and security robots in e.g. search and rescue, pipe inspection, […]Read more
Research project for robotic trimming of salmon fillets.Read more
PhD project start-up: August 2013 Supervisors: Tommy Gravdahl (ITK), Thomas Tybell (IET), Kristin Y. Pettersen […]Read more
PhD project start-up: August 2013 Supervisors: Kristin Y. Pettersen (ITK), Hefeng Dong (IET), Ingrid Schjølberg […]Read more
ROBOTNOR captures expertise on vehicles and related sensor systems and data processing for a number […]Read more
The UR5 manipulator arm from Universal Robots is a safe, silent and affordable robot with […]Read more
Trille is a modified version of a Pioneer P3-DX from Adept MobileRobots. The robot is […]Read more
SINTEF ICT (Applied Cybernetics), CIRiS (Centre for Interdisciplinary Research in Space), and NSC (the Norwegian […]Read more
Mobile manipulators are comprised of one or more robotic arms attached to a mobile robot […]Read more
In order for a mobile robot to move autonomously and intelligently through its environment, it […]Read more