Robotics Lab Equipment

Are You Building a Robotics Lab for a Higher Ed Institution? 

Whether it’s for research or teaching your students the science and technology of robots and control systems, a robotics lab with the right equipment and technology will help your program and institution stand out. AET Labs is a partner to New England higher education institutions that are building a robotics lab or looking to update their existing robotics lab.

We work with industry-leading manufacturers, including Quanser, Universal Robots, and Kuka, to bring robotics lab equipment and certifications to institutions, plus we take care of installation, training, and local service for your robotics equipment. Here are some lab solutions we provide to higher ed institutions in New England: 

Autonomous Robotics Lab

Autonomous robotics labs support teaching and research using drones and autonomous vehicles with innovative open-architecture software. 

Robotics Research Lab

Explore control systems with robotics research labs using industrial robots and collaborative robots. Access an ecosystem of application kits and components to customize research with collaborative robots. 

Industry 4.0 Lab 

Industry 4.0 labs replicate workstations of actual production systems for teaching and research in advanced industrial control systems. 

Need help identifying robotics lab equipment for your institution? Explore our recommended products on this page and contact us! 


“When we received an advanced manufacturing grant from Governor Baker, AET was a great resource to guide us through the process of design, equipment selection, and installation. Our program is now equipped with equipment that will provide our students with cutting edge technology which will prepare them for college and career readiness.”

Dr. Heidi Riccio, Superintendent-Director
Essex North Shore Agricultural and Technical School

“AET Labs has been our savior in creating the Blackstone Valley Education Hub (BV Ed Hub)! The Blackstone Valley Chamber of Commerce was fortunate enough to receive a large Work Skills Capital Grant from the MA Department of Higher Ed to create fabrication, design and computer labs. AET Labs provided us with the expertise and know-how we needed to successfully reach our goals. . . At the end of the project we got rave reviews from the community, our students, teachers, schools and our legislators.”


Jeannie Hebert, CEO and President of the Blackstone Valley Chamber of Commerce
Blackstone Valley Education Hub