Fábio Duarte is research scientist at MIT Senseable City Lab, professor at PUCPR (Brazil), and consultant on mobility for the World Bank. Fábio has been working on the interface between cities and technologies — his latest book is “Unplugging the city: the urban phenomenon and its sociotechnical controversies” (Routledge, 2018, with Rodrigo Firmino). Fábio is Roboat’s project manager. 

“In Roboat we are developing cutting-edge research in robotics, autonomy, and design with the goal of proposing a unique waterway infrastructure of the city of Amsterdam.”

Fábio Duarte

Research Scientist

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Introducing Roboat.org

Smart Urban Mobility

This dedicated website gives you a one stop overview of the project’s technical details, use cases, data visualizations, videos, research publications, news and events.

News

Roboat ahoy!

Smart Urban Mobility

To wrap up Roboat’s second year of research – the research program on autonomous vessels that helps solving urban challenges of the city of Amsterdam – the first autonomous Roboat prototypes were demonstrated at Marineterrein Amsterdam on October 5th.

Project

Roboat

Smart Urban Mobility

Amsterdam gets world’s first fleet of autonomous boats.

Project

Roboat

Smart Urban Mobility

Amsterdam gets world’s first fleet of autonomous boats.

News

Roboat Update

Smart Urban Mobility

The Roboat research project is entering its next phase of development. This five-year project is a collaboration between AMS Institute and MIT and is the world first major research program on autonomous floating vessels in metropolitan areas.

News

Introducing Roboat.org

Smart Urban Mobility

This dedicated website gives you a one stop overview of the project’s technical details, use cases, data visualizations, videos, research publications, news and events.

News

Introducing Roboat.org

Smart Urban Mobility

This dedicated website gives you a one stop overview of the project’s technical details, use cases, data visualizations, videos, research publications, news and events.

News

Roboat ahoy!

Smart Urban Mobility

To wrap up Roboat’s second year of research – the research program on autonomous vessels that helps solving urban challenges of the city of Amsterdam – the first autonomous Roboat prototypes were demonstrated at Marineterrein Amsterdam on October 5th.

News

Roboat ahoy!

Smart Urban Mobility

To wrap up Roboat’s second year of research – the research program on autonomous vessels that helps solving urban challenges of the city of Amsterdam – the first autonomous Roboat prototypes were demonstrated at Marineterrein Amsterdam on October 5th.

News

Roboat ahoy!

Smart Urban Mobility

To wrap up Roboat’s second year of research – the research program on autonomous vessels that helps solving urban challenges of the city of Amsterdam – the first autonomous Roboat prototypes were demonstrated at Marineterrein Amsterdam on October 5th.

News

Roboat ahoy!

Smart Urban Mobility

To wrap up Roboat’s second year of research – the research program on autonomous vessels that helps solving urban challenges of the city of Amsterdam – the first autonomous Roboat prototypes were demonstrated at Marineterrein Amsterdam on October 5th.

Project

Roboat

Smart Urban Mobility

Amsterdam gets world’s first fleet of autonomous boats.

News

Roboat Update

Smart Urban Mobility

The Roboat research project is entering its next phase of development. This five-year project is a collaboration between AMS Institute and MIT and is the world first major research program on autonomous floating vessels in metropolitan areas.

Project

Roboat

Smart Urban Mobility

Amsterdam gets world’s first fleet of autonomous boats.

News

Roboat Update

Smart Urban Mobility

The Roboat research project is entering its next phase of development. This five-year project is a collaboration between AMS Institute and MIT and is the world first major research program on autonomous floating vessels in metropolitan areas.