An exploratory research lab driven by a curious, pioneering spirit.
TRACLabs has over twenty years of experience in the field of robotics and automation, and consistently works with the preeminent minds in the field. Our research and technology serves many industries, and the pioneering work of our Thought Leaders is currently in use from the deepest of oceans to the International Space Station.
The VIPER project is a NASA flight mission that combines efforts in electronic procedures, Human-Machine Interfaces, and Rover software: both on the robot and on the ground.
A ROS-based open-source tool suite for creating task-based robot control interfaces for manipulation and navigation. CRAFTSMAN allows non-robotics-experts to design and use cutting-edge user interfaces and control software for robotics systems.
TRACLabs has developed the PRIDE electronic procedure system as a means to create collaborative and interactive routine operating procedures.
TRACLabs developed control software and human-robot interfaces for the Boston Dynamics ATLAS humanoid robot as part of the DARPA Robot Challenge.
TRACLabs is working with the US Air Force to provide on-board autonomous planning and execution for satellite autonomy.