Carnegie Mellon Robotics Institute
|Actuator with Mechanically Adjustable Series Compliance (AMASC)
We are developing actuation methods for highly dynamic legged locomotion.
|Architecture for Agile Assembly (AAA)
Reduction of time to market in agile manufacturing
|Constrained Controlled Coverage
Coverage of two dimensional surfaces embedded in three dimensions with emphasis on uniform coverage.
|Controlled Coverage for Auto-Body Painting
Speeding up of the paint spray-gun path programming by automation, achieving uniform coverage.
A novel locomotion technique for legged robots when their legs don't touch the ground!
We are developing a six legged robot capable of achieving a wide variety of dynamically dextrous tasks.
|Robots in Scansorial Environments (RiSE)
We are developing a bioinspired climbing robot with the unique ability to walk on land and climb on vertical surfaces.
|The Robotics Institute is part of the School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University.|
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