Custom built robots to solve real world problems

Experts in mechanical design, 3D modelling, rapid manufacturing, UGV design, UGV autonomous navigation, UAV payload design, Computer Vision, Object detection, Robotics manipulator design, prototyping, 3d printing and UAV autonomous navigation.

The Real Robotics Lab is based at the University of Leeds and headed up by Professor Rob Richardson, a world-renowned expert in robotics and current Chair of ESPRC UK-Robotics & Autonomous Systems Network. He leads a core team of 12 specialists in unique robotic design with access to world class, state of the art facilities. 

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We have been involved in the ‘Self Repairing Cities’ project – making autonomous robots that detect problems in modern day city environments. For example, a drone would land on a roof and repair leaking tiles by 3D printing on to them.

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We’ve taken robots all over the world, such as high up in the himalayas to help researchers map glacial lakes and into the Great Pyramid of Egypt to explore undiscovered chambers.

We’ve taken robots all over the world, such as high up in the himalayas to help researchers map glacial lakes and into the Great Pyramid of Egypt to explore undiscovered chambers.

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LIDAR can be used from the skies to discover evidence of lost civilisations. GPR can be used to unearth valuable objects and important historical data hidden deep underground. Micro robots can be used in very small spaces to explore places where humans can’t go – with minimal impact on the surrounding environment. Autonomous robots can be deployed in remote locations and undertake monotonous tasks repeatedly gathering important scientific survey data – and going one step further, the robots can use algorithms to analyse that data in order to highlight what’s important.

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