Creating the Next in Robotics

A recap of several new robotics projects at Georgia Tech
Jonathan Rogers (Mechanical Engineering) and Ai-Ping Hu (GTRI) have created a swinging, suspended robot with their students to assist

Jonathan Rogers (Mechanical Engineering) and Ai-Ping Hu (GTRI) have created a swinging, suspended robot with their students to assist

Georgia Tech's Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Machines (IRIM) includes more than 75 researchers from five Georgia Tech colleges and the Georgia Tech Research Institute. The interdisciplinary group, which also includes more than 200 students,  collaborates on projects that have attracted approximately $32 million in sponsored research.

From autonomy, to human augmentation, to collaborative robotics, IRIM partners with industry and government to pursue transformative robotics research.

Check out three examples of how IRIM is creating the next in robotics.