BioRobotics Laboratory

“”Bio-Robotics can be defined as the intersection of robotics and biology

Understand biology to build robots, build robots to understand the biology.”

Pumas OPL (Justina Robot )

Justina is a service robot designed for operation in domestic environments. It’s friendly and smart design eases the interaction with humans and their environment, while taking advantage of low-cost components available in the market.

Justina is part of the initiative of getting robots closer to people to enhance the quality of life. However, the primary goal of the project is to encourage and promote science and engineering among students, giving them the opportunity to apply their knowledge in real-world applications using high-end technology.

Pumas Logistics


The Pumas team begins as part of the Bio-Robotics Laboratory of the School of Engineering of the National Autonomous University of Mexico. In 2023, for the first time, the Laboratory is looking to compete in the RoboCup Logistics League with the robot Festino. Some of the development done by the Laboratory for the robots Justina and Takeshi (HSRB by Toyota) can be used into this League, as can be the navigation and some parts of the system used in the decision-making for robot Justina. We are working in setting the basis for the development and the future work in the Logistics League.