QCar, the feature vehicle of the Self-Driving Car Research Studio, is an open-architecture, scaled model vehicle designed for academic research. Working individually or in a fleet, QCar is the ideal vehicle for validating dataset generation, mapping, navigation, machine learning, artificial intelligence, and other advanced self-driving concepts.
Quanser’s QArm is a 4 DOF serial robotic manipulator with a tendon-based two-stage gripper and an RGBD camera, designed for modern engineering education and academic research applications. Leveraging the intuitive graphical interface of Simulink® or expandability of Python™ and ROS, students get a systematic understanding of the design of robotic systems and concepts, including joint control, kinematics, path planning, statics, and dynamics.
The Quanser QBot 3 is an innovative open-architecture autonomous ground robot, built on a 2-wheel mobile platform. Equipped with built-in sensors, a vision system, and accompanied by extensive courseware, the QBot 3 is ideally suited for teaching undergraduate and advanced robotics and mechatronics courses.