10 Jul 2017
Ardian Jusufi winning the Best Poster Award from the 8th International Symposium on Adaptive Motion of Animal and Machines, held in Hokkaido University Japan, June 26-30, 2017. Congratulations Ardian Jusufi!
Critical Pipes Project Team win the 2016 International Water Association (IWA) Project Innovation Award for Applied Research. A huge congratulations to the whole project team!
A Huge congratulations to the CAS Climbing Robot team on their Awards at The Australian Engineering Excellence Awards, Sydney 2016; winning the AEEA Sydney Award for Occupational Health and Safety as well as a High Commendation in Control Systems, Networks, Information Processing and Telecommunications. Well done to the team on their exceptional effort.
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Congratulations to the UTS Advanced Condition Assessment and Pipe Failure Prediction Project Team, winners of the Vice-Chancellor's Award for Research Excellence, Research Excellence through Collaboration Award 2016. Well done team!
A Huge congratulations to Karthick Thiyagarajan on winning the People's Choice Award at the Engineering and Information Technology Research Showcase 2016. Well done Karthick!
CAS' Advanced Condition Assessment and Pipe Failure Prediction Project wins the Research Innovation Award at the 2016 National AWA Water Awards. Congratulations to the team at Sydney Water, UTS, Monash University and University of Newcastle!
CAS Robotics research demonstrated as Australia's five technology universities announce standardised intellectual property rules. Step Climbing Attachment for Powered Wheelchairs featured in article by the Australian Financial Review.
CAS' Advanced Condition Assessment and Pipe Failure Prediction Project secures a win at the 2016 NSW AWA Water Awards. Congratulations to the team at Sydney Water, UTS, Monash University and University of Newcastle!
A new climbing robot is revolutionising the way inspections are carried out inside 7.2 kilometres of hidden tunnels in the arches of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. ABC News reports on CAS' Biologically Inspired Climbing Robot.
CAS' Biologically Inspired Climbing Robot secures a win at the 2015 Asia Pacific ICT Alliance (APICTA) Award in the Industry Application Category held in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Congratulations to the RMS-CAS team!
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Just how smart can a smartphone get? A/Prof. Jaime Valls Miro work with Yahoo Labs to develop a location-based algorithm for mobile devices.
A joint publication between CAS, VT, ZMP Inc. and NVIDIA Corporation receives the Advanced Vehicle Technologies Best Student Paper Award at IDETC/CIE 2015.
Congratulations to Kanzhi Wu for being awarded the Best Poster Presentation at the annual FEIT Research Showcase!
A joint publication between CAS and NAIST receives the RSJ/KROS Distinguished Interdisciplinary Research Award at the IEEE RO-MAN 2015.
UTS:CAS teams up with Yahoo Labs to give new awareness to mobile devices.
2015 National iAwards Merit Recipient for the Biologically Inspired Climbing Robot with RMS.
Sydney Morning Herald and CIO Australia reports on CAS' bio-inspired climbing robot and drone.
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