The University of Michigan’s Ford Motor Company Robotics Building is a four-story, $75 million, 134,000 square-foot complex situated on North Campus in Ann Arbor.
As the new hub of the U-M Robotics Institute, its first three floors hold custom U-M research labs for robots that fly, walk, roll and augment the human body—as well as classrooms, offices and makerspaces. Through a unique agreement, the fourth floor houses Ford’s first robotics and mobility research lab on a university campus, as well as 100 Ford researchers and engineers.
See the building in action: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nckogu4XZ28
More on Michigan Robotics: https://robotics.umich.edu
Virtual tour by Stephen Alvey, Michigan Engineering Communications & Marketing.