- Pioneer 3-AT flexible all-terrain mobile research robot with a range of sensors and actuators including wheel encoders, sonar range finders, a laser range finder, a pan-tilt-zoom video camera, wheels, and a 6 degrees of freedom arm with a gripper
- Two stationary Mitsubishi Movemaster robots
- A host of small wheeled underwater robots developed in house
- Videre stereo-vision-on-chip combo
- Two Hokuyo laser range finders
- Four Lego NXT robots
- Fourty e-Puck small mobile robots with Linux/WiFi extension boards
- Six Nao humanoid robots from Aldebaran robotics, 2 academic version and 4 RoboCup version
Supporting Hardware and Infrastructure
- Two Gypsy VI Motion Capture Systems
- A Gypsy VII Motion Capture System
- A HP rack mounted super-computer cluster having 20 dual core blades used for performing computationally demanding research work on machine learning and high-fidelity robot simulation.
- One Altera FPGA DSP Development Kit, Stratix II Edition.
- One 6m by 4m robot pen with video tracking and image projection facilities, including a dedicated Dell Precision T5400 Quad Core, 20GB RAM, Intel E5420 video server and a Prosilica GE 4900C 16-megapixel CCD camera providing 4872×3248 colour images at 3 frames per seconds.
- One Digital Video Camera Recorder [Model:-DCR-HC62E]
- A reange of touch sensors including four Flexiforce pressure sensors and two soft membrane potentiometers
Open Source Software and Data
- Player/Stage robot device server and simuilator
- iCub Simulator
- We maintain and develop the open source Rumpus grid world server for experiments on reinforcement learning.
- Dataset of motions from the Carnegie Mellon University Motion Capture Database
- 2 professional (1 dongle) and 4 educational (1 dongle) licences for the Webots simulator.
- One licence for Matlab 7.8 and the Instrument control toolbox 2.8.
- One licence for the MPLAB C30 compiler for the e-puck’s dsPIC.
- One licence for the Impulse C-to-FPGA compiler for high-level development of FPGA solutions.