Analyze mechanical systems using a symbolic multibody approach.
Simulate industrial and research applications efficiently.
Robotran stems from 30 years of research at UCLouvain.

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Robotran development day

On May 25th, the whole Robotran team gathered for a development day. The latter was organized outside our offices, at the abbey of Villers-la-Ville. In addition to working on developments (new features coming soon), we took the opportunity to talk about new projects but also team management and perspectives of Robotran. Meet the whole team […]

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Robotran well represented at MT180 contest

Who could have predicted that Robotran would reach new heights?! Discover original applications of Robotran at the final of the Belgian MT180 contest. On June 10th, Simon Hinnekens and Marion Coquelet will take part in the Belgian final of the French-speaking MT180 contest.In 3 minutes (180 seconds), they will popularise their thesis topics and convince […]

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Robotran and piano action

Last week, two members of the Robotran team were in Paris for a one-day thematic conference organised conjointly by the Société de Biomécanique and the Société Française d’Acoustique. The conference focused on the interaction between the musician (biomechanics and movement sciences) and his instrument (acoustics). Paul Fisette and Sébastien Timmermans had the opportunity to present […]

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