Biologically Inspired Robots and Beyond
Aug 1st 2019

In the past 30 years, robots have found uses outside the factory, in the field and on the roads. To enable these robots with better performance, researchers turned to biology for inspiration but still programmed these robots as if they were factory systems.

This on-demand webinar discusses the critical challenges in biological systems for robots. It also covers how these technologies were used to address strategically significant problems in diverse areas such as surgery, search and rescue, infrastructure inspection and more.

robotic industries

Explore how to translate robotic biology into manufacturing applications including part and parcel delivery, painting, assembly in confined spaces and beyond!


Dr. Howie Choset
Co-Dir. Bio Robotics Lab, Carnegie Mellon
Howie Choset is a Professor of Robotics at Carnegie Mellon University where he serves as the co-director of the Biorobotics Lab and as director of the Robotics Major.

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