Will we live in a large robot in the future? Professor of Smart Architectural Technologies Masi Mohammadi is developing a robot house. "A house should accommodate its occupants needs and wishes."
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Going to a good game at the stadium or watching a match in front of the telly. The women and men from the Dutch national football teams have wee nieces and nephews: Soccer robots.
A self-driving or a flying vehicle that delivers parcels and a garbage truck that drivies autonomously through your neighborhood. This could well become a reality within just a couple of years.
In order to be a part of society, robots need to understand people. This is one of the biggest challenges in robotics today.
A surgeon's eyes have been greatly improved thanks to technology in recent years, for example with the advent of new image processing techniques and digital microscopes. But what about their hands?"
Will houses roll off the assembly line like this in the future? According to Rob Wolfs of Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), construction can still learn a lot from the automotive industry
The human brain is still difficult for scientists to comprehend. But how about the brains of robots?
The Transformer, that's the name of the latest car from the Dutch University Racing Eindhoven student team. As the name implies, the car is able to change shape.
Order today, delivered tomorrow. We're becoming accustomed to how packages are delivered so quickly to our homes. A logistical challenge that is becoming increasingly complex owing to growing demaand.
A mini robot that swims through your bloodstream in order to administer medication. It may sound like science fiction for now, but it can easily become reality.