The Mobile Robotics and Automated Systems Lab at the School of Engineering of Universidad La Salle, Mexico was founded in April 2004. We focus our research efforts on several fields related to mobile robotics, mainly in computer vision, locomotion and behavior control. Since 2008 we've been giving special attention to humanoid robotics. In July 2008 we started building our first generation of humanoid robots. We are currently developing our new generation of humanoid robots which will be presented at the Mexican RoboCup Open 2013 and later at RoboCup 2013.
Our team became Mexican champion in RoboCup Humanoid Soccer since its debut tournament in the 1st Mexican RoboCup Open in September 2008. We have also become Latin American champions for two years in a row in 2010 and 2011. More recently, we became mexican champions at the Mexican RoboCup Open 2012.
We are very actively involved in the Mexican Robotics Federation, which leads several robotics initiatives at the national and international levels. Among them the annual Mexican Robotics Tournament and RoboCup 2012.