New flight record for hydrogen fuel-cell powered drone

February 6 2019

A new flight record has been set for a hydrogen fuel-cell powered drone, achieving 70 minutes of continuous flight with […]

3D printing asphalt for road repairs enhances its toughness

October 4 2018

Work by the Self-Repairing Cities team at UCL on developing a 3D printer for asphalt has now been published as […]

Will using robots for infrastructure be good or bad for urban wildlife?

September 14 2018

The grand challenge for Self-Repairing Cities is to used robotics and autonomous systems (RAS) to achieve zero streetworks by 2050. […]

Self-Repairing Cities flies high to map future for UK drones

August 9 2018

Researchers from the Self-Repairing Cities project have been helping to shape the future of drones (unmanned aerial vehicles) in UK […]

Wireless recharging pipe robot

August 2 2018

Dr Bilal Kaddouh of the Self-Repairing Cities project has been working to develop a wireless recharging pipe robot designed to […]

Urban and exploratory robots looking after our past and future

April 12 2018

Robotics is an area of technology that is becoming more prevalent in our lives year upon year. You would only […]

How robot explorers are making the finds of the future

December 8 2016

Here is a conversation piece from Prof. Robert Richardson, click here.

Making robots work for us

December 8 2016

A blog on robots used for the India event, click here

Robots and the eternal technology anachronism

May 23 2016

Humans by nature fear the unknown, especially when they see it as a threat to their livelihoods and the comfort […]

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