An Introduction To AMRL
Welcome to the Advanced Mobile Robotics Laboratory.
We are part of the SYNTECH Technology and Innovation Center of Qazvin Islamic Azad University.
Advanced Mobile Robotics Laboratory (AMRL) was established at Mechatronics Research Laboratory (MRL) in 2003 as one of the outstanding independent research centers within the country. Our projects are primarily focused on design and implementation of tracked and wheeled mobile robots, and mobile robotics arms. At Advanced Mobile Robotics Laboratory we design and build some complementary components like Worm Gearboxes, Bevel Gearboxes, High Power Motor Drivers, and Robot Controller Boards which play a pivotal role in robotics. In addition, we design and develop Robot Control Softwares to operate robots at AMRL.

Karo is an advanced autonomous robot and a tele-operative robotic system with dexterous manipulator for different rescue missions have been designed and implemented. These robots will operate as a practical system to assist rescue personnel in real disaster situations such as earthquakes and explosions. The main capabilities of the system software are simultaneous localization and mapping, navigation, collision avoidance, sensor fusions, victim detection and exploration. Moreover, the robotic systems are developed on a set of sophisticated mechanical platforms which enhance the mobility ability of both autonomous and tele-operative robots.