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The Systems Control Lab is equipped with six industrial-grade robots that enable students to apply theoretical concepts into practical experience, using cutting-edge equipment.

The robotics revolution is here.

From assisting with minimally invasive surgeries to vacuuming your home while you’re at work, robots are no longer solely in the domain of the research arena and have now entered society. The use of robots in industrial, social and consumer settings is also increasing.

U of T Engineering is preparing a new generation of engineering students with the interdisciplinary tools to address this robotics revolution. The Systems Control Lab, at the Edward S. Rogers Sr. Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering (ECE), is equipped with six industrial-grade robots that enable students to apply theoretical concepts into practical experience, using cutting-edge equipment.

Take a virtual tour of the Control Systems Lab and hear more about how U of T Engineering brings together interdisciplinary expertise and industrial-grade equipment to help develop the next generation of engineering leaders.

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