Robot Gallery

Some of Our Robots and Robotics Systems


DRZ Telemax

The Telemax Hybrid by Telerob is used Team Hector for research of autonomous assistance functions for urban search and rescue robots as part of the German Center for Rescue Robotics.


Hector Tracker

Hector Tracker is used by Team Hector for rescue robot research.

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Jasmine is used by Team Hector the robot was designed with a strong focus on autonomous operation.

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Humanoid Robot Johnny 05

Johnny 05 is used by Team Hector for research and development for robots with advanced legged locomotion and manipulation abilities, as needed for future disaster response robots.
The robot is based on Robotis THORMANG platform. It is a quite lightweight (1.47m, 55kg) humanoid robot. Its modular design enables repair and replacement of any hardware component in an efficient way. Comprehensive open source ROS libraries for the robot are currently being developed.

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Atlas Humanoid Robot

Since August 2013 an Atlas, one of the most advanced humanoid robots in the world, has been granted to our joint Team ViGIR with TORC Robotics and Virginia Tech for development as a rescue robot for humanitarian assistance and relief in disaster-response operations. At this time, the robot is being installed and operated at a joint lab at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, USA. 

(photo: copyright by Claus Völker)
Darmstadt Dribblers

Autonomous Humanoid Soccer Robots

Our currently six different humanoid robot prototypes (38 cm - 130 cm high) provide a testbed for research in autonomous biped robots. As one of the youngest member of the humanoid RoboCup team Darmstadt Dribblers (DD), the 55cm tall Bruno (leftmost in figure) is one of the most mature humanoid robots of this size. Bruno and team mates won the RoboCup world championships in 2009 and 2010 and were the first humanoid robots outside Japan to achieve the prestigious Louis Vuitton Best Humanoid Award in 2009.   



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Biologically Inspired Robotic Arm "BioRob"

In a cooperative project we are developing together with our partners an innovative robotic arm. It will have about the same work space and frequency of the human arm. A special drive concept based on series elasticity leads to several advantages. The most relevant is the high, passive safety in case of collisions which makes it especially suited for application in a human environment and in human-robot cooperation.

Biologically Inspired Bipedal Robot - BioBiped

In the BioBiped project we collaborate with the Locomotion Laboratory of TU Darmstadt. The aim is to develop human-like bipedal robots that are capable of human-like three-dimensional stable standing, walking and running and autonomously selecting different gaits. Recently, the first robot within a planned series, BioBiped1, has been developed. It is the first of a series of platforms to investigate and evaluate hypotheses and results from biomechanics in robotics. Read more.

Autonomous Ground Vehicles

Autonomous Search and Rescue Robots

Small sized autonomous ground vehicles with wheels or tracks or legs are developed for search and rescue missions in cooperation with each other and with human supervisors. Team Hector has started within the PhD program Cooperative, Adaptive and Responsive Monitoring in Mixed-Mode Environments.

Retired Robots

Autonomous Marine Vehicle

Autonomous Marine Vehicle

A small sized autonomous marine vehicle is being developed. It will be used among others for research in the PhD program Cooperative, Adaptive and Responsive Monitoring in Mixed-Mode Environments.

The New Four-Legged Robot

The New Four-Legged Robot

We have developed a as a versatile, open and modular platform for research and education in autonomous robots.

Darmstadt Dribbling Dackels - Team

Four-Legged Robots

Our RoboCup team, the Darmstadt Dribbling Dackels (DDD), participates in the Sony Four-Legged Robot League and won the GermanOpen in 2002, 2003 and 2007 and the World Championship with the GermanTeam in 2004, 2005 and 2008.

Humanoid Robot "Lara"

Humanoid Robot "Lara"

The 130cm tall "Lara" is the first humanoid robot on two legs being actuated not by electrical motors but by 34 newly developed artificial muscles. Furthermore, Lara exibits a design which at the same time is futuristic and feminine. More details will be provided at

Pioneer 2-DX

Pioneer 2-DX

The wheeled Pioneer robot provides a testbed for research in autonomous navigation and exploration based on multiple sensor fusion.
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Humanoid Robot Daisy

Humanoid Robot "Daisy"

"Daisy", the 80cm high humanoid robot prototype, provides a testbed for research in autonomous biped robots. It is a joint research project with the former Control Systems Group at Technische Universität Berlin, where it has been assembled.
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Lego Mindstorms

Lego Mindstorms

Several Lego Mindstorm Robotics Invention kits have been used in the Basic Practical Course in Robotics.

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