POSTED: 21 Apr, 2022
The Australian Cobotics Centre’s Associate PhD Student, Marisa Bucolo, was recently featured in the Queensland University of Technology News as one of the QUT Robotics Researchers teaching Spot new tricks. Spot is an agile mobile robot that navigates terrain with unprecedented mobility, allowing you to automate routine inspection tasks and data capture safely, accurately, and frequently.
Bucolo, working with Professor Matt Dunbabin, Centre Director Jonathan Roberts and Program 2 Co-lead Jared Donovan, is using Spot to study how robots can signal their intentions to people.
Click below to read the full article titled ‘QUT robotic researchers teaching Spot new tricks’ the – Queensland University of Technology News.
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