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Working Smarter, Not Harder Rugged Robot at sunrise on a job site
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Working Smarter, Not Harder

Derrick Morse ’01, MS ’03, cofounded Rugged Robotics to tackle the back-breaking, detailed work of layout transfer.

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The Humanity of Robots in the Workplace The Humanity of Robots in the Workplace
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The Humanity of Robots in the Workplace

As WPI researchers—and alumni—introduce innovative robotic solutions into entirely new workplace environments, understanding how humans interact, appreciate, and accept these high-tech coworkers takes on greater significance.

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A Welcome Invasion of City Walls Researchers at City Hall
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A Welcome Invasion of City Walls

Associate Professor Cagdas Onal leads research perfecting lizard-like robots that sneak into small spaces for mapping and inspections.

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A Robotics Resource for Solving Problems Jing Xiao Rose Hub
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A Robotics Resource for Solving Problems

ROSE-HUB bridges the gap between WPI robotics research and the development of commercial technologies.

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Wearable Robot Offers Hope Tess Meier and her robotic HOPE hand
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Wearable Robot Offers Hope

Tess Meier uses an insider’s perspective to perfect an exoskeleton hand prototype.

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Breaking Up Is Hard To Do Berk Calli and James Akl
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Breaking Up Is Hard To Do

Assistant Professor Berk Calli and student researchers work to create a robot to safely break up ships.

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