Jackal UGV & NVIDIA Jetson: A match made in heaven

Any quick search online for computing platforms for artificial intelligence or machine learning, and especially embedded modules, will lead you directly to the Jetson line from NVIDIA. Described as “AI supercomputers the size of a credit card,” these modules are the... read more

Husky UGV Helps Grape Growers Conserve Water

One wouldn’t normally make a connection between wineries and robots, but that is just what a university current project in California has combined. Stefano Carpin is a Electrical Engineering and Computer Science professor at University of California, Merced. His team,... read more

Partner Spotlight: Generation Robots

As Clearpath Robotics grows, we’ve continued to work with a number of distributors across the globe – each of them entrenched in the local robotics culture of their communities. Having local, boots on the ground partners all over the world has helped Clearpath... read more

[VIDEO] Husky UGV Used for 3D Mapping in Mars Simulation

Graz University, in partnership with the Austrian Space Forum (OeWF) and international research organisations including Oman Astronomical Society, conducted a four-week Mars simulation mission in the Arabian desert in Oman. The study was about the execution of a... read more

Husky UGV Hauls Water Across Distant Villages in Rural India

Every day, researchers are finding ways to mitigate problems throughout the developing world. At the recent Social Robots in the Wild workshop at HRI 2018, Amol Deshmukh of the University of Glasgow presented a new human-robot interaction study. In the study, a team... read more

Ridgeback Mobilizes Baxter in Social Robotics Research

Martin Cooney and a team of social robotics researchers at Halmstad University are using the Baxter and Ridgeback omnidirectional platform to make improvements in people’s everyday lives. The project is called Action and Intention Recognition in Human Interaction with... read more

Demine Robotics Uses Husky UGV in Landmine Excavating Device

Demine Robotics Growing up in Cambodia, the world’s most heavily landmined country, demining is a cause that is very important to Richard Yim. This prompted Yim and four fellow mechnical engineering students at the University of Waterloo to develop a demining robot... read more