July 31 2020: We have welcomed a group of visitors from Office of The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBCT) to our lab. They were given a comprehensive tour to our robotics studios , smart living studios and robotics laboratory. We demonstrated various ongoing research projects and our research facilities during the tour. They enjoyed Read more about Office of The National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) visits BRAIN lab[…]
July 1 2020: We have welcomed a group of visitors from Command and General Staff College (CGSC) to our lab. They were given a tour to robotics and smart living studios and got some explanation of the research projects that we are working on. After the tour, we have a small discussion about the utility Read more about Command and General Staff College (CGSC) visits BRAIN lab[…]
Researchers at VISTEC collaborating with the Kiel University, University of Southern Denmark, Stockholm University, and Lund University with the support of the Human Frontier Science Program have discovered the rules to explain how dung beetle coordinate their legs to roll a ball. Insect locomotion is a complex process which needs to coordinate many motor units in Read more about A Dung Beetle Life: How Dung Beetle Roll a Ball?[…]
Feb 7, 2020: We hosted a visit of the top management of PTT Exploration and Production Public Company Limited (PTTEP). During the visit, BRAIN lab interfaces and robotics groups demonstrated various ongoing research projects. The visitors thoroughly enjoyed the presented demonstrations. PTTEP supports a number of ongoing research projects in our lab. The visit provided Read more about PTTEP visit[…]
TV5-HD1 aired a short segment highlighting the research in our lab. The video shows live demonstrations of the systems being developed and an insiders look at the lab. The video can be seen here (in Thai).
On 25-26 November, 2019, Mr. Alejandro Pequeno Zurro (research assistant from ENS Lab at the University of Southern Denmark) has invited to give talks at the BRAIN lab. These talks were comprised of The Smooth Project; Design and development of a robot for elderly facilities and Chemosensory navigation and active sensing inspired by the odour Read more about Guest Talks on Services Robot for Elderly Facilities and Chemosensory Navigation Inspired by Cockroach[…]
Mr. Mathias Thor, a PhD student with ENS Lab at the University of Southern Denmark, has delivered a series of guest talks at the BRAIN lab. These talks were comprised of bio-inspired robotics and neural control, machine (reinforcement) learning and practice/implementation sessions. Some highlights are shown below.
We have welcomed the executive team of Advanced Info Service (AIS) Thailand to our lab. The visit happened soon after an MOU signing event between AIS and School of Information Science and Technology at Vistec. Some highlights of the visit are shown below.
We have taken some time out to visit our friends at Institute of field robotics (Fibo) at KMUTT, Bangkok. The visit provided an opportunity to interact with the students and faculty at Fibo. Another key part of the visit was to outreach vistec admissions at KMUTT. Following that, we also presented our ongoing robotics research Read more about Visit to FIBO at KMUTT, Bangkok.[…]
We have welcomed a group of visitors from Thai petroleum (PTT) and Toyota Thailand to BRAIN lab. Some highlights of the visit can be seen here.