Welcome to the Space Robotics Laboratory at ERAU Prescott

The Robotics Program at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University - Prescott Campus provides a strong undergraduate education with a focus on the design of robotic systems for aerospace applications such as autonomous ground, air, or space vehicles. The robotics curriculum combines a strong emphasis on the fundamentals of engineering kinematics, dynamics, and controls with integrated analysis and design topics ranging from robotics real-time control, sensor integration, probabilistic robotics and mechatronics. Numerous hands-on lab and design experiences using industrial hardware and real-time software provide students the opportunity to use their knowledge, test their analysis, and work in a team environment.

Laboratory Equipment

The new Space Robotics Laboratory is currently under construction and will be avialbe starting Fall 2017. The laboratory will support all the robotics courses and research activities, and will feature indoor and outdoor testing areas, enabling the development of stationary, mobile, and aerial robotic platforms. The laboratory will be located in the new STEM Education Center, which is part of the Embry Riddle Aeronautical University strategic plan.

7DOF Sawyer Arm with ROBOTIQ FT150 force/torque transducer and LEGO hand.

The Bennet Robotics Forum can be reach using this this link.