Graduiertenseminar/ Brown Bag Talks

 -  13:00 Uhr
DFKI Vortrag
RH5 117
In this Brown-Bag-Talk we will present the current state of the SeeGrip project from the mechanical perspective as well as the current work on the sensor processing. The goal of the SeeGrip project is the development of an underwater manipulator which is able to perform form- and force-closed objec…

 -  13:00 Uhr
DFKI Vortrag
RH5 117

Virtual Crater

von: Jan Paul, Yong-Ho Yoo  (DFKI GmbH)
In the project Virtual Crater, a real-time capable virtual lunar testbed to plan, program and evaluate missions of lunar surface exploration is developed. It also supports the presentation of new development concepts. An effective simulation framework to optimize system parameters by precisely model…

 -  13:00 Uhr
DFKI Vortrag
RH5 117
The marion project aims to automate the working processes in the intra-logistics and agriculture areas through the collaboration of autonomous vehicles. It focuses on enabling motion and process planning for mobile machines and groups of machines. The two use cases of intralogistic and infield-trans…

 -  13:00 Uhr
DFKI Vortrag
RH5 117

The SemProm Project

von: Johannes Lemburg, Markus Eich and Jose de Gea Fern  (DFKI GmbH)
The project Semantic Product Memory (SemProM) aimed at introducing a RFID-based Digital Product Memory (DPM) for everyday items. In this framework, DFKI-RIC developed two robots (Mr. SemProM and AILA) which use the information obtained from the DPM for the automatic manipulation of heterogenous prod…

 -  13:00 Uhr
Externer Vortrag
RH5 117

Software-Based Redundancy Techniques for High-Reliability Embedded Real-Time Systems

von: Peter Ulbrich  (Friedrich-Alexander University Erlangen-Nuernberg)
In the domain of embedded and cyber-physical systems there is a trend to more and more powerful ECUs (Electronic Control Units) and the development of sophisticated services (e.g., advanced driver-assistance features in the automobile sector) on top of them. In addition, there is an enormous cost pr…

 -  13:00 Uhr
DFKI Vortrag
RH5 117
The project eConceptCar is attempting the development of an intelligent and efficient electric car which can change its form morphologically and comes with modular components. Thereby, the vehicle will be in a position to differentiate between different drive modes and to adjust the contour of the v…

 -  13:00 Uhr
DFKI Vortrag
RH5 117

VI-Bot: Virtual Immersion for holistic feedback control of semi-autonomous robots

von: Jan Albiez, Michele Folgheraiter, Elsa Kirchner  (DFKI GmbH)
VI-Bot integrated approaches from the areas of robotics, neurosciences and human-machine interaction into an innovative system designed for remote control of robotic systems. A novel exoskeleton with integrated passive safety, using adaptive and behaviour-predicting operator monitoring by means of o…

 -  13:00 Uhr
DFKI Vortrag
RH5 117
Ballast water is used to stabilize partially loaded or empty ships on the open sea. When needed, ocean or port water is pumped into special ballast water tanks (BWTs) to increase the mass of a ship. Because ocean water is typically contaminated with algae, plankton and other organisms, and due to th…

 -  13:45 Uhr
DFKI Vortrag
RH5 117
The aim of the project "SpaceClimber" is the development of a biologically inspired, energy-efficient, and adaptively free-climbing robot to provide mobility in steep and unstructured terrain. Regions, such as rock fields, which require highly mobile systems in order to carry out in-situ examinatio…

 -  13:00 Uhr
DFKI Vortrag
RH5 117
We will give a brief introduction into the project "IMMI".The aim of project "IMMI" is the development of key technologies that allow adaptive real-time brain reading (BR). Essentially, BR in humans comprises the objectives of estimation of mental states and the prediction of behavior, based on anal…

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