Cognitive Robots

A new era of human-machine collaboration

Meet MAiRA, MAV, LARA, and MiPA. Robotic assistants built to collaborate with you in a natural way.

MAiRA

Multi-Sensing – Intelligent – Robotic Assistant. With fully integrated novel sensors, leading the new era of robots.

Cognitive

An unprecedented integration of artificial intelligence in control systems.

Easy-to-use

A high-end machine with easy programming and infinite possibilities for interaction.

MAV

Multi-Sensing – Autonomous – Vehicle

Safe

A comprehensive sensor suite enables MAV to autonomously navigate in every indoor environment.

Interaction

MAV is the perfect solution for your intralogistic tasks.

LARA

Lightweight Agile Robotic Assistant

Powerful

Lightweight design meets industrial performance.

Flexible

Ready to be used for your application right away, enhanced by an intuitive UI.

MiPA
My intelligent Personal Assistant.
Fully cognitive
Fully integrated AI and sensors, safe in any environment.
For everyone
Serving people, from industrial
to personal life.
MiPA
My intelligent Personal Assistant.
Fully cognitive
Fully integrated AI and sensors,
safe in any environment.
For everyone
Serving people, from industrial
to personal life.

What's new

Former Kuka CEO Till Reuter joins NEURA Robotics

With Till, we are adding an immeasurable wealth of experience in robotics!

NEURA Robotics at Automatica 2022

On 500 m², we will showcase our newest innovations, all around cognitive robots.

TOP 100
Innovation Award

We are one of the Top 100 most innovative companies in Germany.

Our vision

At NEURA Robotics, we are working to improve the cognitive capabilities of robots by making breakthrough advances in environmental perception, drive technologies, control theory, materials science, mechanical design, and artificial intelligence. By giving robots what they currently lack – senses and a mind – we are revolutionizing robotics to support and amplify humanity.

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