KU Exoskeleton Multiplies Strength

KU Exoskeleton Multiplies Strength

Inexpensive and Lightweight Student-Designed Upper Body Exoskeleton Boosts Arm Strength, Allowing Wearer to Lift up to 25kg A team of senior engineering students at Khalifa University have created a wearable exoskeleton to help construction workers carry heavy loads. The Upper Body Exoskeleton multiplies the wearers’ strength, which could help all…

Bacteria-Inspired Robots Offer Safe, Effective Way to Monitor Critical Infrastructure in Harsh Underwater Environments

Bacteria-Inspired Robots Offer Safe, Effective Way to Monitor Critical Infrastructure in Harsh Underwater Environments

Khalifa University researchers file invention disclosure on first soft, continuously rotating robot designed to swim like bacteria The robots used today to inspect and repair the world’s most critical underwater infrastructure, from sea-floor water pipelines and electrical power cables to offshore oil drilling platforms and submarines, could use serious improvement….

Giving Robots a Sense of Touch

Giving Robots a Sense of Touch

Khalifa University’s Dr. Panagiotis Liatsis leads the way in solving the vast engineering challenge of giving robots the ability to interpret touch Robots with the same dexterity as humans may soon be a reality, as researchers at Khalifa University develop artificial skin that has the same sensitivity as a human…

Khalifa University Student Team Ranked 9th Out of 104 Universities at DBF 2019 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics in US

Khalifa University Student Team Ranked 9th Out of 104 Universities at DBF 2019 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics in US

Student-Built Unmanned, Electric-Powered, Radio-Controlled Aircraft Successfully Completes AIAA’s All Three Mandatory Missions A Khalifa University team of 12 students was ranked ninth overall out of 104 universities when their unmanned, electric-powered, radio-controlled aircraft successfully completed all three mandatory missions in the Design Build Fly (DBF) 2019 American Institute of Aeronautics…