Automation and robotics

Currently available industrial automation lacks flexibility because it is designed for high-volume, low-variation processes and is economically unviable for many SMEs.

Assistive robots work collaboratively with humans and each other, to improve sensing, awareness and decision-making capabilities that allow full autonomy and self-learning behaviour.

Related projects

High Access Localised Operations (HALO)

Making rock scaling safer

Innovative manufacturing technologies in Australian shipbuilding

Research collaboration to develop and test Industry 4.0 technologies

Accelerated commercialisation of world’s first and ground-breaking technology to rotate and manage suspended loads

Remote controlled load management system to control and manage suspended loads

Novel virtual manufacturing system

Developing a Virtual Manufacturing System for faster and more flexible manufacturing

Design robotics for mass customisation manufacturing

Robotic vision systems and smart software user-interfaces to streamline the process between design and custom manufacturing

Research contact

Matthew Young
Manufacturing Innovation Manager
P: +61 418 122 834
E: matthew.young@imcrc.org

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