AML-UCL - "Extending human capabilities for design, manufacture, and construction"
© Autonomous Manufacturing Lab, University College of London, Department of Computer Science
Directors: Dr Vijay M. Pawar and Robert Stuart-Smith
Location: HereEast, Autonomous Manufacturing Lab, University College London, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London E20 3BS
The Autonomous Manufacturing Lab at University College London (AML-UCL) explores the integration of multi-robot collaboration within manufacturing, construction and architecture. The multidisciplinary team specialises in digital design, robotics and computer science research, developing innovative methods for bespoke fabrication and large-scale interaction with a focus on construction.
AML-UCL is part of the UCL Robotics Institute (a cross-faculty initiative between the Faculty of Engineering and the Bartlett School of Architecture). Based at UCL HereEast, AML-UCL leverages leverages dedicated infrastructure and expertise supporting research activities in: real-time robotics, teleoperation, computer vision, machine learning, computational modelling, multi-modal sensing, metrology, and control to develop the next generation of RAI platform technologies that enhance human-robot interaction through collaboration.
Research conducted within AML-UCL is also complimented by a sister lab at the University of Pennsylvania (AML-PENN).