BruBotics currently has over 30 international (H2020, FP7, ERC,...), national (FWO) and regional (IWT SBO, iMinds ICON, Flanders Make ICON, Innoviris...) projects running. Below are some of our most exciting ongoing projects. Of course, feel free to contact us for more information on one of our featured projects.
iMinds ICON Project ClaXon: Towards a Smoother Human-Robot Collaboration in the Manufacturing Industry
ALTACRO rehabiliation exoskeleton: Automated Locomotion Training using an Actuated Compliant Robotic Orthosis
Self-Healing Actuators Make Breaking Your Robot No Big Deal
EU FP7 project Cyberlegs: Cybernetic Lower-Limb cognitive Ortho-Prosthesis. Image: (c) Massimo Brega
IWT SBO MIRAD: an integrated Methodology to bring Intelligent Robotic Assistive Devices to the user, with a lower-limb exoskeleton as demonstrator.
The EU FP7 project H2R aims to demonstrate human-like gait and posture in a controlled compliant biped robot
The EU FP7 Dream project aims to deliver the next generation of Robot-Enhanced Therapy (RET) for children with autism.
The ERC Starting Grant of prof. Bram Vanderborght
The EU H2020 Spexor project: Preventing low-back pain with a novel and effective spinal exoskeleton
INTERREG EXSKALLERATE: Boosting SME adoption of exoskeletons in construction and manufacturing industries
Horizon 2020 FET Open: Developing fully-autonomous self-healing soft robotic devices
EU H2020 SOPHIA: Three BruBotics research groups joining forces to improve our work
A robot that can feel what a therapist feels when treating a patient, that can adjust the intensity of rehabilitation exercises at any time according to the patient's abilities and needs, and that can thus go on for hours without getting tired: it seems like fiction, and yet researchers from the Vrije Universiteit Brussel and imec have now finished a prototype that unites all these skills in one robot.
BruBotics strives to work closely together with research groups, companies, SME's and public institutions. Are you interested in one of our projects or would you like to learn more about how we can help each other?