The laboratory currently has 2 robotic arms:
- a Franka Panda arm with 7 degrees of freedom, integrated in ROS and with vision-based tactile sensors (Digit.ml) that allow precise control of contact.
- a UR5e arm (Universal Robots) installed on a mobile platform (KAIROS+) to carry out manipulation tasks in collaboration with people.
The laboratory also has 5 fully equipped Pioneer mobile robots, 1 NAO humanoid robot and 1 AscTec Pelican quadrotor UAV. In addition to an eye-tracking system and a stereoscopic head, the laboratory also has the necessary equipment for environment perception from the robots, such as RGBD cameras or laser and LiDAR scanners.