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Our common denominator is solving challenging, real world problems with robotics technologies. Many NREC systems have transitioned to production and everyday use.


Hybrid Safety System (HSS) Mini Crusher Stress Testing Autonomous Systems
LNG Pipe Vision (LPV) Urban Challenge Autonomous Manipulation (ARM-S)

OTHER PROJECTS

Negative Obstacle Detection
Pipeline Explorer
Sensabot Inspection Robot
Vehicle Classifier


ARCHIVED PROJECTS

Hopping Robots
Material Transport (AMTS)

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The Hybrid Safety System (HSS) enables humans and industrial robots to work together safely. Mini Crusher is a small, rugged, and versatile robotic platform.
Stress Tests for Autonomy Architectures (STAA) finds autonomy system safety problems that are unlikely to be discovered by other types of tests. A pipe-crawling robot visually inspects pipes in liquid natural gas (LNG) plants for corrosion. Carnegie Mellon University and General Motors built an autonomous SUV that won first place in the 2007 DARPA Urban Challenge.   Carnegie Mellon’s Autonomous Robotic Manipulation (ARM-S) team develops software that autonomously performs complex manipulation tasks.