For the first time in history, Pakistan opens the National Robotics Centre with 200 PhD scientists
ISLAMABAD - The National Centre of Robotics and Automation has been inaugurated at the NUST College of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering.
The centre is designed on a consortium model with 11 labs from 13 Pakistani universities being its part and the National University of Sciences and Technology having the leading role.
These labs will be established by engineering and technology universities across the country.
With the establishment of the four national robotics centres of excellence through a rigorous selection process, 200 PhD scientists and 45 laboratories from all technology universities of the country had been brought together to resolve the toughest problems of the four emerging areas in question.
The centres were mandated to work closely with the industry and develop projects with high national impact through shared resources and expertise.