Channeling Robotics

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Channeling Robotics

Channeling Robotics

 

Manufacturing Solutions

Harnessing the Power of Robotics for Greater Safety and Efficiency

Through integrated research across many disciplines and working with strategic partners, Georgia Tech is a leader in developing innovative robotic solutions that will enhance product quality, perform dangerous, repetitive work, and make it more economical for manufacturers to build products in the United States again.

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Robotarium: A Robotics Lab Accessible to All

The 725-square-foot facility houses nearly 100 rolling and flying swarm robots that are accessible to anyone.

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Robot Uses Deep Learning and Big Data to Write and Play Its Own Music

A marimba-playing robot with four arms and eight sticks is writing and playing its own compositions in a lab at the Georgia Institute of Technology.

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Driving Progress at BMW

BMW’s partnership with Georgia Tech is providing new impetus for the company’s worldwide production and assembly. Research in human-robot collaboration in manufacturing plays an important role in maximizing efficiency, reducing costs, and building more autonomous vehicles.

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Co-Piloting with Boeing

As one of Boeing’s eight university partners, Georgia Tech contributes to the company’s innovative approach to manufacturing processes, including the use of robotics in factory environments.

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In the Passing Lane with Peugeot

The "Materials and Processes" OpenLab was created with the largest car manufacturer in France, PSA Peugeot Citroën, to create the robotics, materials, and innovative processes that define the automotive of the future.