CSIRO named Boeing’s supplier of the year for the third time
It is the second consecutive year (2016 and 2017) that Australia’s national science agency has picked up the top award, […]
Livestock Monitoring – Ceres Tag
Livestock Monitoring – Ceres Tag We’re working with AgTech company, Ceres Tag, to develop next-generation ear tags to track and […]
Gizmo: a versatile hexapod for confined space inspection and education
Gizmo: A versatile hexapod for confined space inspection and education Building upon our legged robot expertise developed over a number […]
Paper: Contactless position sensing and control of pneumatic cylinders using a hall effect sensor array.
This paper proposes an accurate position sensing method and subsequent positional control for pneumatic actuators. An array of hall effect […]
CSIRO at the RoboCup Junior Competition
RoboCup Junior is a robotics competition for primary and senior school students (typically ages 9-18).
Fall avoidance and recovery for bipedal robots
For humanoid robots to replace humans in dangerous environments, they require a robust fall prevention system that can detect falls, prevent major damage and recover back up to continue on with the task.
Terrain classification using legged robots
The effectiveness of a legged robot’s gait is highly dependent on the ground cover of the terrain the robot is traversing. It is therefore advantageous for a legged robot to adapt its behaviour to suit the environment.
New Laser Technology Expected To Prevent Drone Collisions
Published by The Huffington Post 21 April 2016.