Please visit the Universities’ respective websites to find out more about the research conducted and the facilities available at each University.
- Department of Engineering (Information Engineering), University of Cambridge (Bio-Inspired Robotics Laboratory, Dyson Centre for Engineering Design, Observatory for Human-Machine Collaboration);
- Department of Engineering (Institute for Manufacturing), University of Cambridge (manufacturing research and education facility including robotics);
- Department of Computer Science and Technology, University of Cambridge;
- Further resources at Cambridge include High Performance Computing services, robotic manipulators (Universal, Rethink, ST-Robotics), 3d printers and motion capture system.
- School of Computing Sciences, University of East Anglia;
- Norwich Research Park and the Earlham Institute
- Further resources at the University of East Anglia can be found within the High Performance Computing department, and other facilities are available within the Faculty of Sciences.
- Lincoln Centre for Autonomous Systems, Isaac Newton Building, University of Lincoln (robotics laboratories, computing and engineering laboratories);
- Lincoln Institute for Agri-Food Technology, Riseholme Campus, University of Lincoln (agri-robotics field centre, demonstration farm, robotic fruit farm);
- National Centre for Food Manufacturing, University of Lincoln (experimental food factory and centre for robotics and automation, conference centre);
- Further resources at Lincoln include Thorvald field robots, robotic manipulators (Franka, Kuka, ABB, Rethink), autonomous forklift trucks, mobile robots, etc.
Manufacturing Technology Centre, Coventry (robotic manipulators, mobile robots, flexible manufacturing cells).