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Department of mechatronic systems and robotics

The department is focused on HW, SW and other fields appearing at the interface of various industrial technologies and information systems. This topic includes advanced sensors, actuators and data processing techniques.


The main objectives and activities of the department:

  • Industry electronics, specific electronic components for automation, communication and advanced measuring.
  • Application of advanced sensors and actuators.
  • Programmable hardware, systems based on microcontrollers and FPGAs.
  • Software for industrial automation (PLC), including distributed systems.
  • Advanced and innovative solutions with robots, including collaborative robots (Kuka, Fanuc, ABB).

 Cooperation offered:

  • Contracted and cooperative R&D&I activities related to industrial technologies.
  • Data processing
  • Electronics and software for interfacing mechanic and information systems.
  • Application of innovation solutions with robotic systems.


Ing. Jaroslav Buchta

Member of department

Ing. Jaroslav Buchta

  • Image analysis and processing
  • Objects position and size measurement in 2D and 3D images
  • Development of systems for the control of drives ARM microcontrollers programming Logic circuits implementation based on FPGA
  • Industrial automation, PLC , SW applications

E jaroslav.buchta@tul.cz

Ing. Tomáš Martinec, Ph.D.

Department head

Ing. Tomáš Martinec, Ph.D.

  • Embedded applications, measurement, signal processing
  • Temperature arrays measurement and control
  • Industrial automation, PLC, SCADA
  • Research and development of the new materials (artificial skin in automotive, composites)
  • Robot aided composites manufacturing

E tomas.martinec@tul.cz


Department of mechatronic systems and robotics

Institute for Nanomaterials, Advanced Technology and Innovation

Technical Univesity of Liberec

Bendlova 1409/7

460 01 Liberec 1

Czech Republic

General partners

Škoda AUTO
Česká Zbrojovka
FM Motol
UJV Group