Tagged: Kuka

The SAHARRA team stopped in the final

Nov 23, 2020 |
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On November 17, the SAHARRA team, under the patronage of the National Centre of Robotics, presented the results of their project as part of this year’s edition of the KUKA Innovation Awards. The jury evaluated five finalists from the whole world (USA, China, Italy, Germany, and Slovakia) and it consisted of such aces of world … read more

Our robotics goes to the world!

Jan 31, 2020 |
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The team of MUDr. František Okál, prof. Ing. František Duchoň, PhD., Ing. Ľuboš Chovanec, PhD., Ing. Martin Dekan, PhD. a Ing. Michal Adamík succeeded with the SAHARRA project in the global KUKA Innovation Awards 2020 competition. The aim of the project is to develop a collaborative robotic system for the permanent hair removal procedure in dermatological … read more

News from National Centre of Robotics

Sep 11, 2017 |

National Centre of Robotics was active also during the summer. In Auguste we had applied some changes in our statut, you can read it in section Documents. Moreover, KR-6 Agilus was added into our equipment. This robot is used for a research of fast gripping. This research is coordinated by company Symartech.

YouBot from Matador Industries scores

Nov 17, 2016 |

On 7th November Kuka YouBot used in National Centre of Robotics was used during the opening of Aurelius – Experiental Science Center (http://aurelium.sk/otvorenie-aurelia-pocas-tvt-20106/). Robot is used in cooperation with Matador Industries by student Vladimír Mečiak. He is using it on his diploma thesis. The goal of the thesis is to create fully autonomous robot in … read more

We have new equipment

Oct 25, 2016 |

As we informed earlier, Motoman UP-50N from Yaskawa company has been added to the equipment of National Centre of Robotics. This robot was donated by company Samsung Slovakia. Unfortunately, its status does not allow full operation. We are intensively working on removing of all faults preventing its operation. However, fully functional robot from Kuka company … read more