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IET Technical Networks
This Network strives to co-ordinate the fragmented groups representing the UK Robotics and Mechatronics community to raise the profile globally and facilitate knowledge sharing in a way that is relevant, flexible and innovative.

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5th IET GCC Robotics Challenge

The GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) Robotics challenge is organised by the IET-EMEA Region.

The undergraduate students and young professionals are asked to build an innovative robust robot and compete
in a pre-designed arena with space and time constraints, utilising their academic knowledge and technical skills.


'Rise of the Robots, will workers lose out?'
The latest Roundtable from TRT World features our very own Helge Wurdemann, who shares his thoughts and opinions with Richard Holt and Virginia Matthews, presented by David Foster.
Check it out on YouTube and give us your thought via our Twitter!

Cyber-systems and Robotics journal:


IET Cyber-systems and Robotics is an open access journal combining fundamental cybernetics philosophy and advances technologies in artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics.
Despite AI starting to play a role in every area of our society, there is still a long way for scientists and engineers to go before the machine intelligence era really makes an impact.
This journals aims to provide a forum for this multidisciplinary research area.

In partnership between IET and Zhejiang University and Zhejiang University Press.
Welcome newest members!
Nandula Karunasingha KarthikBG
Kamil Gorczynski Jochem Gonzales
Michael Wheeler Kiran s pillai
Larry Shapiro  
Please join us in welcoming our newest community members

Upcoming events



Registration is now open
Posted by Lynsay Callaghan on IET Robotics and Mechatronics Network Mar 26, 2019 11:55 am GMT



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  • ROS Workshop 2015 0 ROS has become the most popular open-source robotics framework, and is used in a vast number of academic and industrial robotic systems worldwide
    Category: Event Reviews
    Date created: 17/04/15 07:57 am