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Field robotics

03 August 2018

Digital Farmhand boosts food security in the Pacific

Developed by University of Sydney engineers, Digital Farmhand uses low-cost robotics technology to increase food quality and production output for small-scale and subsistence farmers in the Pacific.
23 October 2017

Building the best camera for a robot

Dr Donald Dansereau’s work in developing the world’s first single lens wide field-of-view (FOV) light field capture camera may have huge implications for drone landing, delivery robots and self-driving cars.

13 October 2017

Robotics scholar recognised for thought leadership

Following on from his Eureka Prize win, Professor Salah Sukkarieh’s outstanding work in field robotics has now seen him named as a Game Changer in this year’s True Leaders list.

14 July 2017

Robots exploring the ocean depths 

Combining their passions for science and engineering, three University of Sydney Alumni are using marine robotic technology to help industry reach some of their most challenging and inaccessible underwater locations.

22 June 2017

Robotics technology scans nearly 10 times faster than human eye

Launched by University of Sydney alumnus, Mark Bishop in 2009, Ocular Robotics is one of Australia’s leading robotics companies revolutionising the capabilities and applications of robotic sensors and 3D mapping.

09 March 2017

$55 million to develop ‘intelligent’ transport systems

Safer and more productive national transport systems will be developed by a new ‘intelligent’ transport research centre, supported by multiple partners including the University of Sydney’s Australian Centre for Field Robotics.

06 January 2017

The future of farming: agribots leading the revolution

Visions of robots helping to feed people in the developing world is becoming more of a possibility, thanks to a team of engineers at the Australian Centre for Field Robotics.