Visit of students of the Delft University of Technology (Netherlands) to PAL Robotics in Barcelona

On Thursday July 12th, a group of sixteen students of the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands visited PAL Robotics.

The students are part of the Top Track program of the faculty of Mechanical and Maritime Engineering, a program that gives talented students (top 5% -10%) the chance to specialize themselves in a field or to broaden their horizons outside the regular study program.

Tomas De Boer, Senior Robotics Engineer, who comes from the same Delft University of Technology, and Joan Oliver, Robotics Research Engineer, received them at our premises in the technological quarter of Barcelona, and introduced them to PAL Robotics and to REEM and our other humanoid service robots. We wish all students the best of luck during their future studies and careers… and who knows, we might work together one day at PAL Robotics!

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