1. NED Ventilator

This product is indigenously designed and developed during strict lockdown in response to COVID-19 pandemic situation with an objective of contributing to nation’s cause by locally developing a ventilator solution. The design is based on desired mixture of controlled-compressed air/oxygen switching. The design will be able to obtain benchmark pressure profiles, tidal volume and flowrate to be maintained at patient lungs along with required tidal volume and flowrate depending upon the condition of patients and required mode. The design is following the standards of UK govt. and is able to follow all the required modes of medical ventilation such as PSM (BiPAP & CPAP) and MM (CMV, CMV-PC, CMV-VC, SIMV-PC and SIMV-PC).

2. Smart Surgical Suture Attachment Force Measurement Device

Lab has designed and developed first national custom made (plug and play) device for accurate and reliable measurement of:
1. Tensile strength of Surgical suture/fiber, Metal wire, Copper wire and fabric
2. Needle – Fiber attachment force
3. Bending force/material strength of Surgical needles, Steel wire used for medical applications and Plastic materials
4. Penetration force/sharpness of Surgical needles, Syringes, Sowing machine needles

3. Haptics Virtual Environment

Haptic is a feeling of touch and the next generation of robotics. It is a technology where we can feel computer generated signals like real sense of touch. In this product, We have created customized applications that are based on real world procedures and practices. We have designed various medical simulations, robotic training application, some custom-made models of various dynamics. This framework brings us the oppurtunity to model certain things such as medical, mechanical, robotics, mechatronics , outer space , underwater and trainings/real world simulations for the places where human presence is harmful or impossible.

4. Omni-Denso Tele-operation

Teleoperated denso robot through a 6 dof Haptic 3DSystem touch device on LAN and WAN to perform any customized task. This system can be operated from anywhere around the world. Communication between two devices built using Open Haptics, Socket Programming, C# and C++

5.Generalized Teleoperation Setup

Today, we are living in world that has shifted towards meta-verse and to the places where human has never thought about and this product has a potential to justify as the most absolute gear of this sphere. Haptics, basically is a feeling of touch. This product is based on a distant Haptic Teleoperation Framework between numerous parallel and diverse haptic devices. In this context, certain tasks will be performed by the haptic device on the master side with the real-time feedback and actuation on the Slave side. An operator at the master side can perform the task precisely and accurately on the slave side having a feeling that he is actually present on the place of operation, called Telepresence. This could potentially benefit us in medical industry, space exploration, Inter-planetary operations, under-water tasks, etc.

6.CNC Machine

To manufacture parts of mechanical assemblies, manual machining is a common practice in Pakistan while the world has moved Numerically Controlled (CNC) machining. The project aims the indigenous and smart design and development of a 5-axis CNC machine for the manufacturing of parts of different industrial assemblies as import substitute. CNC machines are mechatronic devices that with advanced control systems and programming, can manipulate tools around a number of axes to generate a physical part from a computer-aided design (CAD) using subtractive manufacturing process i.e. removing the material from stock using cutting tools. Number of axes is basically the degrees of freedom of the machine. A 5-axis machine refers to the movement of the tool along three conventional (x,y and z) axes with two additional rotational axes (A and C) which allows it to manufacture more complex designs for variety of industrial applications. The positions and movements of the tools are based on geometric code (G-code) which is obtained by computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) using any CAD and CAM software. The computer interfacing with the hardware and inverse kinematics makes it possible for the motors of the CNC to do the actuation according to the G-code.

7. Tele-handshaking

The perception of touch using technology is known as Haptics. It is observed that whenever Haptic devices are connected over Local Area Network, they tend to work more smoothly and efficiently as compared to when they are connected over Wide Area Network, mainly because WAN experiences packet losses, jitters, variable delays, and latency during wireless transmission due to which users experience disruptions such as slow feedback or instability of overall teleoperation system. Main goal of this project is to develop a stable network that could be used to transmit data over Wide Area Network (WAN). This project aims to develop an algorithm which will have a suitable buffer to overcome this problem. Moreover, tele-handshaking will also be the part of this project that will include real-time sensation of handshaking. A development of a skilled data transfer system is being implemented, which would be able to transmit sensation of touch through teleoperation using a 3 Degree of Freedom (DOF) Novint Falcon.

8. Humanoid Robot

An indegenious design and development of first ever human sized biped Humanoid Robot in NED University of Engineering and Technology. This project can be used as benchmark for future progression of robotics industry in Pakistan. It promotes the idea of a Human Robot Interaction (HRI). Robotics is the main essence of the fourth industrial revolution (4IR). The technology adopted here serves to enable safe and reliable human-robot collaboration in real-world scenarios in order to enhance the quality of life. The objectives focuses on the critical design and development of biped robot then controlling it through a user-friendly interface. This robot is flexible enough for future changes and can be used for the learning purposes of students interested in robotics. This project can be highly beneficial in medical industry.

9.Low-Cost Medical, Portable Oxygen Concentrator

There is a huge interest in a versatile oxygen supply for individual use by individuals requiring oxygen treatment. Medical conditions in humans, for example, Constant Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), control the lung's limit to oxygenate blood by breathing atmospheric air. A constant supply of pure oxygen or oxygen-enriched air is essential to facilitate breathing for such patients. More than 80% oxygen concentration can be maintained with flow rates from 2 to 5 liters per minute (at sea level).In this scenario, the need for oxygen concentrators is high as oxygen concentrators provide supplementary oxygen for patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and, in higher concentrations, for severe chronic hypoxemia and pulmonary edema so at this crucial time our project will turn out to be a savior for corona suffering patient.


This project is premised upon the design and development of a quadrupedal robotic dog, which can perform locomotions like trotting. Greater manoeuvrability and accessibility is needed for various purposes and a quadruped robot ensures manoeuvrability and accessibility to land terrains where human reach is difficult or dangerous. Keeping in view, the wide scope and multiple applications of a quadruped this robotic dog is designed. The main consideration while designing this quadruped has been to reduce the computational power and resources, hence reducing the cost of the product.

11.Ultrasound mobile manipulator

The use of robots in health care has increased drastically. One area of research has been to use robotic manipulator to conduct medical ultrasound examinations. A primary benefit of a remotely controlled mobile manipulator to perform medical ultrasound is to minimize human contact so as to prevent the spread of contagious disease. Another benefit is to automate the activity and reduce redundant work force involved. Our project involves design and implementation of mobile manipulator to perform medical ultrasound. All components of the manipulator are interfaced with Arduino UNO microcontroller. The end effector of the setup is replaced with an ultrasound probe. A mobile application is used to control the manipulator via Bluetooth communication..