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.
ROBOTNOR has acquired two KUKA youBots that are used for research and experimentation (one in […]Read more
There has been a lack of suitable grippers that can handle non-rigid objects such as […]Read more
The project aims at developing medium access control methods for unmanned vehicles networks, for instance […]Read more
The project focuses on path planning for unmanned aerial vehicles motivated by emerging applications such […]Read more
The NUTS satellite is a 2 unit CubeSat designed by students at NTNU. The plan […]Read more
It is an expressed need of the industry to strengthen the competences of the Norwegian […]Read more
Activities in the northern regions operate in an extreme and challenging environment that includes coastal, […]Read more
The lighthouse project was initiated by the IME faculty at NTNU in 2013. The purpose of the project is to strengthen and further develop cutting edge research in robotics carried out by departments at the faculty.Read more
During the last decade, several multi-articulating hands have become available to prosthesis users. Even though […]Read more
TRASK is a cooperative project between SINTEF Applied Cybernetics and researchers at the University of […]Read more