European research project TRADR, at which teachers of the Cybernetics and Robotics programme participate, develops methods and technologies that help teams of people and robots cooperate. One of the TRADR's tasks is to provide information about places that are not accessible during rescue and search missions. Mobile robots and drones are used for this purpose.
The Department of measurements has a long-standing cooperation with the Electronic Development and Electronic Vehicle Department at Skoda Auto. The cooperation focuses particularly on the issues of automated testing, which in today’s world is gaining increasing importance due to the ever-expanding and developing portfolio of customised vehicle functions, driving assistants and information and communication systems, etc.
The team at the Department of Control Engineering group Industrial Automation and Industrial Informatics is concerned with optimizing electricity consumption for robotic welding production lines in the company Skoda Auto. Both doctorate and master’s students have been intensively involved in this project.