In order to further develop the technology of robotics and the interaction between humans and robots, cooperation between the industry and robotics research is of great importance. The industry provides practical knowledge to apply in academic research. By participating in our events, and by providing internships and graduation assignments, firms can get in contact with highly skilled students that are eager to kick-start their career in a Robotics, technology driven, or even a more business-oriented, consulting company.
The Asimov board has great collaboration with the TU Delft on many levels. Asimov helps to connect the students of Robotics and Vehicle Engineering to the academic world provided by the TU Delft. This takes shape in the form of lunch lectures, feedback sessions to improve education quality and network sessions. The TU Delft provides us with a great platform to enhance the study experience of all students.
Prodrive technologies create technologies that are essential links in the systems which form the basis for todays and tomorrow’s world. Their technology, for instance, improves the quality of medical imaging, which allows for diagnostics that recognize diseases earlier and more accurately. Their technologies also contribute to reducing the global dependency on fossil fuels and to minimizing human exposure to air pollution. Another example is the contribution of our technologies to global digitalization, which lowers barriers for people in third world countries wishing to access the information and education that are essential for their welfare.
ASML provides chipmakers with hardware, software and services to mass produce patterns on silicon, helping to build the electronic devices that keep us informed, entertained and connected. They’re a dynamic team of 28,000 people from 120 different nationalities and counting. Headquartered in Europe’s tech hub, the Brainport Eindhoven region in the Netherlands, they have over 60 locations in 16 countries and annual net sales of €14.0 billion in 2020.
At Lely, they believe in achieving a sustainable, profitable and agreeable future for dairy farmers by combining robotisation, engineering and farming expertise. It started with two brothers in Maassluis 70 years ago. Since then, Lely has become an innovative market leader in automated systems for dairy farmers worldwide. Over 1,600 professional specialists work constantly to bring about revolutionary solutions for the agro industry at our sustainable Maassluis Campus.
Loop Robots based in Delft, develops mobile service robots that enable humanity do things that
were considered impossible, Superhuman Tools. This is achieved by packing intelligent algorithms within affordable, modular hardware platforms. Their current focus is to digitize disinfection using smart robots. SAM-UVC makes medical-grade sanitization faster, safer, and digitally auditable. SAM-UVC helps fight pandemics and hospital-acquired infections while reducing the use of chemicals.
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