verona university – department of engineering for innovation medicine
Altair Robotics Laboratory is an Italian Center of Excellence in the research and development of advanced robotic systems.
It was founded in 2001 by computer science Professor Paolo Fiorini concurrently with the establishment of the courses in Automatic Control and Robotics in the Computer Science Department of the University of Verona.
ALTAIR: A Laboratory for Teleoperations and Autonomous Intelligent Robots.
The objective ALTAIR Lab is to conduct research and development on non-conventional robotic systems capable of interacting with the surrounding environment in various ways, ranging from teleoperation to autonomous behaviors.
In recent years, we have reintegrated industrial robotics, human-machine interaction, and artificial intelligence into our research focus. This shift is a response to the introduction of cooperative robots in Industry 4.0 companies.
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ODINO Robotics Lab: a fully equipped laboratory with educational robots and live demonstrations to learn and test the environment of Industry 4.0.
Robotics education fosters STEM skills, problem-solving, and prepares individuals for future careers. It also sparks innovation and an entrepreneurial mindset, promoting adaptability in a rapidly changing world.
The ODINO Robotics Laboratory in Verona (Ex-Mercato area) offers a great opportunity to gain direct experience with collaborative educational robots in a learning environment very close to the industry 4.0. A unique experience suitable for students of different levels, as well as professionals seeking to update their skills.
news and events
Commonsense Reasoning in Surgical Robotics: The first doctoral school dedicated to a frontier theme for autonomous robotics, 2-5 May 2022.
A seminar with Prof. Bruno Siciliano presenting the achievements in robotics of the Prisma Lab – University of Naples Federico II.
Cognitive robotics and embedded AI for minimally invasive surgery – a seminar with Prof Franziska Mathis-Ullrich (KIT)
Cognitive robotics and embedded AI for minimally invasive surgery – a seminar with Prof Franziska Mathis-Ullrich (KIT) on 11/03/2021, 11 AM.