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Robot Learning Lab

In this laboratory, students have access to commercial robotic platforms and the mechanical and electronic components necessary for the development of their own robots.

Robot Learning Lab

In this laboratory, students from the Bachelor’s in Engineering for Industrial Systems, Bachelor’s in Biomedical Engineering and Bachelor’s in Computer Engineering have access to commercial robotic platforms, as well as the mechanical and electronic components necessary for the development of their own robots.

In these facilities, students can:

  • Practice managing social robots (Pepper, NAO), including: the study of robot software, its programming language and application development, image processing and recognition, artificial intelligence, autonomous movements and trajectories.
  • Practice managing Q.bo-style mobile robots, including: the study of robot software, its programming language and application development.
  • Get acquainted with DIY Arduino systems: introduction to robotics, control of differential drive robots, programming of robotic systems.
  • Participate in specific workshops to learn about the world of robotics and all its aspects, from the design of new robots to the programming of existing platforms. Carry out medicine-related activities in conjunction with the Robotics Club or Technologies Club (C_INT). 
  • Work on their Final Degree Projects or Doctoral Theses.

All subjects related to robotics in any way: mobile and service robotics; robotics in air and marine systems; industrial robotics and computing; and electronic design all have a place in this laboratory.

  • Several functional robots developed by students for different competitions.
  • Arduino systems.
  • 2 mobile Q.bo robots.
  • 2 NAO humanoid robots.
  • 1 Pepper humanoid robot.
  • Software: Arduino, Choregraphe, SolidWorks, MyLabs.