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In connection with the temporary exhibition "Hello, Robot", San Telmo Museum has organised, in collaboration with the College of Industrial Engineers of Gipuzkoa, which acts as the Office of Digital Transformation for the entire Basque Country, the small exhibition GURE_TBTK, which features diverse robotic solutions from the Basque industrial network. 

  • From 12nd July to 29th September 2019
  • From Tuesday to Sunday, 10:00-20:00.
  • In the permanent exhibition  (Industrialisation area)
GURE_RBTK erakusketa
GURE_RBTK erakusketa
GURE_RBTK erakusketa

Diverse Basque businesses and institutions are taking part: Larraioz Elektronika, Tecnalia, Tekniker, Tecnun/Ceit, MU [Mondragón University], UPV/EHU [University of the Basque Country], SPIFF STUDIOS and Gogoa. They provide an exhibition of technological solutions, designed or produced locally, to publicise Basque technological skills applied to different sectors, such as industry, automation, aeronautics, construction, pharmaceutics, food and health, among others.

The exhibition contains an exoskeleton for the rehabilitation of patients with reduced mobility, industrial robotic arms to move loads or carry out precision operations, a double-arm collaborative robot which shares its workspace with people, a robot guide for guided tours or to move material, and multi-purpose drones.

Robots at the exhibition

Kuka KR3 Agilus (Mondragon Unibertsitatea)
Industrial robotic inspection cell used in the Masters in Industrial Engineering and in Mondragón University research projects. Its goal is to work on different concepts of industrial automation, such as PLC programming, man-machine interfaces (SCADA), machine safety, industrial robotics, sensor systems and digital twins.

Mitsubishi PA10 (TECNUN / CEIT)
Collaborative robot used by CEIT-IK4 to carry out research projects. It has been in use since 2009 as an assistant robot in transpedicular surgery, and from 2012 as a robot for practical work in robotics subjects at TECNUN University of Navarre. Its goal is the exact positioning of medical screws in the vertebrae of the human body.

HANK is the first rehabilitation exoskeleton designed in Europe. 3D printing technology has been used for its development and manufacture. This robotic device is used in the rehabilitation and monitoring processes of reduced-mobility patients, accompanying and assisting movement in the lower extremities.

kTBot is a mobile assistant robot. It is autonomous and multifunctional. It has been designed by IK4-TEKNIKER and financed by Obra Social de Kutxa [Kutxa Social Fund]. It is designed to function in indoor environments and its basic intelligent capacities make it possible to interact with people and offer them guidance and information services of interest to them. It is capable of navigating around continually changing environments while maintaining safety for people.

Galtxagorri (UPV/EHU)
Galtxagorri is part of a multi-robot guidance system offering tours around the different floors of the Information Technology Faculty in San Sebastián. The robots share the guidance tasks by means of robust communication between the different robotic platforms, with each robot active on only one floor. A user-friendly interface allows the visitor to choose a simple destination or a route with different points of interest.

Kawasaki Robotics duAro (Larraioz Elektronika)
Collaborative industrial robot which can carry out work in cooperation with people. Its SCARA double arm structure allows it to reproduce the movements and carry out the tasks of two human hands with precision. The robot is designed to work safely alongside people.

Kawasaki Robotics MS005N (Larraioz Elektronika)
Sterilisable stainless steel industrial robot, specially designed for applications in medicine and pharmaceutics. This high-velocity robot meets the exacting precision and cleanliness demands typical of the health industry. It is used in a wide range of assembly, dosing, inspection and handling processes for products and delicate and dangerous samples.

Large-scale hexacopter drone, designed to carry out aerial filming and rescues.
It is made up of a high-quality carbon modular chassis and retractable landing gear which allows the installation of diverse accessories, from camera stabilisers to lifesaver launch systems. Its maximum weight at take-off is 16 kg.

Collaborative robot with which Tecnalia begins its line of research into robots which share space with people. It is a mobile platform able to navigate autonomously in indoor environments via a system which, by means of sounds, allows it to interact with people.
After an initial trial period in several buildings in the Gipuzkoa Science and Technology Park, it went on to be used as a test platform for the Robotics Department of Tecnalia.

Portable robotic device for the rehabilitation of the upper extremities. Combined with video games, it permits intensive rehabilitative treatment for arms and hands in patients with neuromuscular diseases or who have suffered a stroke. It allows an increase in the effectiveness of the treatment and a reduction in costs, meanwhile offering the patient individually-tailored treatment.

Kawasaki Robotics BX100N (Larraioz Elektronika)
Industrial robot for the handling of elevated masses and high-speed spot-welding. Designed for applications with a high-density concentration of robots. As usual with industrial robots, it releases the operator from repetitive, exhausting and physically dangerous processes.

Organisation: San Telmo Museoa, Gipuzkoako Industri Ingeniarien Elkargoa
Special Sponsor: Kutxa Fundazioa



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