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Research Institute of AI Robotics

To build a future in which humans and robots co-exist, we are developing AI-based autonomous manipulation technology for application in next-generation robots, human-robot cooperation technology, key robotic performance technology, and innovative design technology.

Advanced Robotics Research Center

Research Topics

  • High-difficulty robotics task technology
  • Human-support robot technology
  • Humanoid robot technology
  • Core robot component technology

Major Achievements

Multi-arm robot technology for completing high-difficulty tasks

Developed robot platforms, such as a general gripper capable of handling objects of all shapes, a robot hand capable of handling various tools, a naturally safe, cooperative robot, and a dual-arm robot, to address the challenges of automating high-difficulty tasks, such as handling cables and connectors. Additionally, we have developed a robot automation solution that integrates object recognition, gripping, and intelligent manipulation technologies for us in multi-arm robots.

Department of AI Machinery

Research Topics

  • Robot manipulation and movement AI
  • Human-robot collaboration AI
  • Mechanical system AI
  • Magnetic levitation and actuation technology

Major Achievements

AI-based autonomous mobile manipulator

Developed an AI-based, autonomous, modular robotic system that can be flexibly configured to complete various tasks, including recognition, planning, and moving, in a wide range of locations and environmental conditions.

Department of Bionic Machinery

Research Topics

  • Bionic machine technology
  • Smart sensors and free-form electronics technology
  • 3D bio-printing technology
  • Nature-inspired technology

Major Achievements

3D bio-printing system and processes

Engaging in research to produce 3D scaffolds for artificial tissue and organ regeneration utilizing a 3D bio-printing system developed in-house. We have developed multi-axis heads capable of printing multiple biomaterials simultaneously and a direct cell printing system to enhance 3D bio-printing efficiency. These advancements enable us to fabricate a variety of artificial tissues, including bone, cartilage, skin, and blood vessels.