Feeltronix, Fotokite and TWIICE have been selected in this competition. For more info, visit IMD webpage. The Feeltronix breakthrough technology platform stretches the mechanical limits of electronics and provides solutions for robust and ultra-compliant rubber-based systems. Applications include smart bands for the next generation of wearables in sports, healthcare, AR/VR and fashion. feeltronix.com Fotokite is a spin-off from ETHZürich’s Flying Machine Arena with patented technology that fundamentally solves …
NCCR Robotics Spin off MyoSwiss, were selected by Venturelab amongst 10 other Swiss Start-ups to take part in the Academia-Industry Training Program in Brazil early in December 2017. Read more
Scaramuzza lab was nominated for the Best Paper Award on Safety Security and Rescue Robotics Finalist and ranked 2nd at the IROS 2017 Autonomous Drone Race.
The NCCR Robotics Spin Fund committee has granted Hadrien Michaud the Spin Fund for Feeltronix, hosted at Lacour lab. Feeltronix recently received Venturekick stage 2. Read more
First ever autonomous flight with an event camera, which demonstrates agile manoeuvers and flying in low-light environments. Read more
Featured in the latest Nature Scientific Reports; New Finite Element Method (FEM) models predict behaviour of wearable robots to improve their design and performance… Read more
Over the past 4 years over 1000 teachers in Switzerland have been trained to use Thymio in the classroom, more than half of them were trained last year alone, showing the rapid growth in interest.
We are happy to announce that Prof. Laura Marchal-Crespo from ARTORG Center for Biomedical Engineering Research, University of Bern, has joined our NCCR Robotics community as associate PI in December 2017. Please join us welcoming Prof. Marchal-Crespo – her competences will be a great contribution to our research. – Dario Floreano (NCCR Director) and Robert Riener (NCCR Co-director) Laura Marchal-Crespo is an Assistant Professor at the …
Elias Mueggler (Scaramuzza Lab), defended his PhD thesis about Event-based Vision for High-Speed Robotics in June with the final grade of Summa Cum Laude.