Research

Projects coordinated by the robotics group:

SHAPE - Strawberry Harvester for Polytunnels and Open Fields
The SHAPE project will develop a fully autonomous harvester for strawberry production in polytunnels and open fields.
Duration: 1 June 2020 to 31 December 2023

RoBUTCHER - A Robust, Flexible and Scalable Robotics Platform
The EU-funded RoBUTCHER project aims to develop an autonomous Meat Factory Cell (MFC).
Duration: 1 January 2020 to 31 December 2022


GrassRobotics - A novel adaptation strategy for forage production under wet growing conditions - robotization and high quality forages
The GrassRobotics project aims to develop a sustainable forage harvesting system.
Duratio
n: 1 April 2018 to 31 December 2021

MeaTable - Robotised cells to obtain efficient meat production for the Norwegian meat industry
The MeaTable project will develop a novel robotic cell for use in abattoirs for assisting with the primary cutting of carcasses.
Duration: 1 April 2018 to 31 January 2022


Vision-based control with applications to robotic systems
A collaborative project between NMBU and PUC-Rio where the main objective is to develop a completely new class in visual servoing.
Duration: 1 January 2017 to 31 December 2021

Projects with participation by the robotics group:


SFI - Digital Food Quality (Research centre)
DigiFoods will develop smart sensors for food quality assessment directly in the processing lines.
Duration: 2020 - 2028

GentleMAN - Gentle and Advanced Robotic Manipulation of 3D Compliant Objects
The GentleMAN project will result in a novel robot control and learning framework enabling real-world manipulation of 3D compliant objects.
Duration: 2019 - 2023

FeedCarrier - Autonomous, robust, and flexible feed delivery robot
The FeedCarrier project will develop a ground-breaking autonomous feeding robot that does not need rails or other infrastructure and can be flexibly employed in various environments.
Duration: 2019-2022

vPheno - Reliable and efficient high-throughput phenotyping to accelerate genetic gains in Norwegian plant breeding
This project aims to increase the accuracy of the selection of new plant varieties by developing and testing new technology in image analysis and genomic selection.
Duration: 2017-2021


Future Farm – Morgendagens digitale løsninger for bonden
The Future Farm project aims to increase animal welfare and reduce the environmental footprint of dairy farming.
Duration: 2018-2021

Published 11. February 2019 - 20:43 - Updated 26. March 2021 - 15:27