IROS 2018

Dear Sirs,
We invite you to visit the stand of our laboratory “Robinlab” at the IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems Madrid 2018 that takes place in Municipal Coneference Centre  from 1st till 4 th of Octuber, 2018.
Our University stand will be located in the spositor area, 3rd floor, stand No 148.

Jornadas de Automática 2018

The RobIn Lab presented an article about the improvements in the system proposals to solve the Amazon Challenge in 2015 and 2017. This presentation was done by Majd Kassawat at Jornadas de Automática 2018 in Badajoz (Spain).

MOOC Autonomous Mobile Robots 2nd Edition

We already have a timetable for the second edition of our MOOC, Autonomous Mobile Robots!
Enrolment until May 21, 2018. (OPEN!)
Calendar: from May 14 to June 28, 2018.
Workload: 6 hours per week.
We have changed some aspects of the course and we hope to have as much success as in the last edition.

ARC Article presented in IEEE conference in Korea

The RobIn Lab presented an article about our participation the Amazon Robotics Challenge 2017 in the 2017 IEEE International Conference on Multisensor Fusion and Integration for Intelligent Systems (MFI 2017) celebrated in November 16 - 18, in Daegu, Korea.

Poster in IEEE Conference in Korea

Paper in IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine

Two members of our laboratory, Dr. Ester Martinez-Marin and Professor Angel P. del Pobil, has published an interesting article in IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine called "Object Detection and Recognition for Assistive Robots: Experimentation and Implementation" in which they explore the interaction between assistive robots and objects.

Paticipation in the Amazon Robotics Challenge 2017

A team from the RobInLab has competed with robotics teams from around the world in the Amazon Robotics Challenge (ARC 2017) held from July 27 to 30 in Nagoya, Japan, reaching the tenth position. We consider participation to be a success, not only because of the relative position, but also because of the learning experience it has meant for the EMARO+ master's degree students who have participated and for the laboratory researchers themselves.

Our picking task: