Children were intrigued by an Instagram post about SPOT the robot, so Czech Television filmed a report for Zprávičky 😀 Watch from 0:53
He overcomes obstacles in difficult terrain, climbs stairs, can wade through mud and water. The four-legged robot SPOT is now available to cyberneticists from the CTU. They plan to improve the American-made device and use it in the finals of a prestigious robotics competition. The Czech team was able to afford the robot thanks to …read more
In today’s Studio 6 on CT 1, representatives of the DARPA team Prof. Tomáš Svoboda and Ing. Tomáš Rouček. You can watch the report here, starts at 1:26:30
Forbes magazine published comprehensively and with great interest about our SPOT robot and participation in the DARPA Subterranean Challenge with this headline. The whole journalist article you can read here Photo Petr Neugebauer, FEE CTU
Approximately twenty-member team of robotics CTU-CRAS-NORLAB (Czech Technical University – Center for Robotics and Autonomous Systems – Northern Robotics Laboratory) will set off in the fall to the underground complex MegaCavern in Kentucky, USA to defend third place in the finals of the prestigious DARPA Subterranean (SubT) Challenge, which will take place from 21 to …read more
About the success of our robotics under the leadership of prof. Tomas Svoboda and plans with Spot robot informed the server E 15 , E 15 lI, Seznam Zprávy, feedit.cz, Lupa.cz, Tyden.cz, Parlamentnilisty.cz, czpravy.cz, Barrandov.tv, ČT24, casopisczechindustry.cz, svetchytre.cz, Právo – Trhy a ekonomika, Technickytydenik.cz, vtmzive.cz, nejbussiness.cz, czechcrunch.cz, strojirenstvi.cz
Prof. Ing. Tomáš Svoboda, Ph.D. took over the diploma of professorship from the rector doc. Vojtěch Petráček. Congratulations! The handover act is on the TV9P record: https://youtu.be/J7u9SHDxLkk?t=304.
Martin Pecka successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis entitled Safe Autonomous Reinforcement Learning Supervisor: prof. Ing. Tomáš Svoboda, Ph.D. Supervisor-specialist: doc. Ing. Karel Zimmermann, Ph.D. Congratulations!
The group of Humanoid and Cognitive Robotics coordinated by Dr Matej Hoffmann opens a PostDoc position in the humanoid, cognitive, neuro-, and collaborative robotics research. The topics are in the context of the newly starting 5-year project entitled “Whole-body awareness for safe and natural interaction: from brains to collaborative robots” for excellence in fundamental research …read more