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UTS Tech Lab has completed bespoke vibration testing, qualifying Space Machines Company ‘Optimus’ for launch.
An Australian Cobotics Centre roboticist is raising awareness of collaborative robots and biomimic research in a mechatronic musical installation where the lead percussionist is a collaborative robot.
Advanced Navigation, the world’s most determined innovator in artificial intelligence (AI) for robotic and navigation technologies, has unveiled a new high-tech AI robotics facility for autonomous systems based at UTS Tech Lab.
UTS is at the core of an industry research consortium developing a heat management solution for onboard computer chips aimed at improving the reliability of space electronics.
A new antenna system being developed by UTS and Quasar will help ease the burden on satellite ground stations while allowing for simultaneous data collection from multiple satellite communication bands.
A multi-limbed climbing robot is emerging out of UTS Tech Lab, and with the support of UTS Startups, a new venture, Crest Robotics is working to realise the technology’s vast commercial potential.