By ROBOT NEWS ROBOT LABORATORY, SINGAPORE – MARCH 14: The robotic arm at the start of a robotic arm demonstration in the robot lab, at the Ministry of Defence’s R&D Innovation Centre, Singapore, March 14, 2017.
ROBOT AIMS, THEORY AND METHODS The aim of this article is to explore the research and development effort behind the research in the field of robotics.
This article is based on information published by the Institute of Robotics Research (IOR) in the September 2016 issue of the Journal of Robotics, Automation & Autonomous Systems.
IOR is a UK-based non-profit research and education organisation.
The aim is to support the advancement of robotics in the UK.
We believe in a future where people, not machines, are at the heart of the future.
In this article, we’ll examine the research effort behind robotic arms, robots that make us less human and robots that can learn.
The Research In Robotics Research Department (RIRD) is part of the UK’s National Institute for Advanced Research (NIA).
The research focuses on areas including the development of robotic systems that can interact with the physical world, robots to help us work more effectively and robots to solve the problems of human society.
Robots are a powerful tool in the hands of the people who use them, and they are increasingly being used in new ways by employers.
Robots can be used in different contexts, from providing work to helping people to communicate and control the machinery of the workplace, to performing tasks like cleaning the floors and working in the home.
The research is being led by a research team of leading researchers at the Institute for Robotics Research, led by Professor Tom Fenton, who is also the Director of the Institute.
The Institute of Robot Research is a private, non-commercial organisation established by the NIA.
In 2017, the IOR received £5.3 million of funding from the NAA and is now funded by a private investment fund.
The team has developed robots to perform a range of tasks, from cleaning the floor of a hotel to helping a child in the street to speak, with the goal of building robots that are capable of performing tasks that are not always possible.
The first robot was developed by the IRIR and is called the MACH-1, which can do many different tasks such as cleaning the house, helping children, taking care of the pets, washing dishes and taking photos.
A second robot was created by the research team and it can be described as a walking robot.
The MACH robot is able to move and climb stairs, open doors and crawl around in the garden.
A third robot, called the WALA robot, was developed to help people with disabilities perform a variety of tasks.
The WALO robot is also a walking and crawling robot that can walk, climb stairs and climb up walls.
A fourth robot, the BOMB robot, is able a variety in lifting and carrying items, but is able only lift objects that are smaller than 30cm in diameter.
The next step in the research is to develop robots that will be able to work in different environments, such as in the homes of elderly people or people with special needs, and can also perform other tasks such like assisting with medical diagnosis or helping with shopping, when robots cannot reach these needs.
The robotic arms have been developed using a variety on robotics.
They are able to lift heavy objects, like boxes and crates, and to move them quickly.
They can also pick up objects with ease, with a range a different types of robots, from lifting them from the ground to carrying them.
The researchers have developed robots that have been designed to be able lift and hold objects up to 20kg and to be capable of carrying more weight, such a as a suitcase.
A robot can also be used to help in the construction of buildings, by lifting items from a flat surface and carrying them around.
The robots are able take care of many tasks at the same time, by taking care to avoid obstacles, or by performing the tasks they are asked to do.
The robot arm can also help in solving a task that requires more than one arm, such tasks such a helping someone to stand up from a table or assisting with stairs.
The development of robots that do more than just help with tasks has also been a key area for the research.
It was also the area where the team looked to take inspiration from the history of robotics, where they have developed robotic arms that can lift objects up from the floor and climb them to the top of a building.
The project started in the 1980s when a team of researchers working at the National Institute of Science and Technology (NIS), Singapore, were interested in how to develop a robotic hand.
They wanted to develop robotic arms with different functions.
The NIS team had a prototype of a robot arm called the R2, which was used to lift