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Roboception @ automatica 2022 Vision Expert Huddles
A 10-Minute Introduction to Our Vision Solutions
AppliedAI for (De)Palletizing: rc_reason BoxPick Application
AppliedAI for Pick-and-Place: rc_reason ItemPick Application
Pick-and-Place Application with Christmas Baubles
Overview: Roboception @ automatica 2018
Application with rc_reason TagDetect
Hand-Eye-Calibration with KUKA iiwa
rc_reason SLAM – Localization and Mapping
An Apple a Day… Integrating the rc_visard with ROS
Roboception wins Bavarian Innovation Price 2018
Kuka Live Session at Hannover Fair 2017
rc_visard 65- Bin Picking Application with Object Detection
3D Orientation of rc_visard and Demonstration of Pointcloud
rc_visard Unboxing – Quick and Easy Setup
Last month, the rc_visard was part of a Planetary Exploration Mission - or rather, the simulation of one: As part of the ARCHES project, the German Aerospace Center (DLR) and its partners including the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) and European Space Agency (ESA) took a small fleet of robots to the Italian Mount Etna volcano in order to simulate robotic exploration and experiments as the project’s ‘Demo Mission Space’. Mounted on the DLR's Lightweight Rover Unit (LRU), the rc_visard was used e.g. to reliably localize scientific instruments and tools, and for the rover's internal environment modelling. Roboception is an industry partner of the ARCHES project. This Helmholtz Future Project is the development of heterogeneous, autonomous and interconnected robotic systems in a consortium of the Helmholtz Centers DLR, AWI, GEOMAR and KIT, with future fields of application spanning from the environmental monitoring of the oceans over technical crisis intervention to the exploration of our solar system. For more information on this mission, the project's Deep Sea Demo Mission and the overall project, visit the ARCHES Project Website... All images are © DLR.
We are looking forward to hosting a course on the ‘Foundations of Robotics’ together with the Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya on July 13 and 14 at the UPC's premises in Barcelona. Held in the context of the 5GSMARTFACT project, the course is designed for its Early Stage Researchers with little or no background on robotics, perception and ROS. However, some seats remain and we are hence opening the registration –if you’re interested (or know someone who might be), read more and sign up here... 5GSmartFact is an MSCA-ITN project whose objective is to study, develop, optimize and assess the deployment of 5G networks for the benefit of industrial automation. 5GSmartFact has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement ID 956670
Quite literally, an eventful June lies ahead for us: The Roboception team is looking forward to (re-)connecting with customers and partners at numerous exhibitions and conferences throughout the month. Meet us at the following events:June 01: Deutscher Innovationsgipfel, Munich Don't miss our pitch during the early-morning warm-up session, and stop by our mini-exhibit on the show floor for a live intro of our robot vision technology.June 02: 32. Deutscher Montagekongress, Augsburg At 1.45 pm, Roboception CEO Dr. Michael Suppa will be presenting - in German - on Applied AI in robotic machine tending (Angewandte KI in der robotergestützten Maschinenbeladung).June 06-09: Automate Show, Detroit Expect some interesting live demos using our technology, and do not miss the session on 'Advances in Robotic Grasping & Picking' (June 07, 1:30 - 3:15 pm, room 321), where Dr. Michael Suppa will discuss the latest trends in this domain with fellow panelists from across the industry.June 21-24: Automatica, Munich We'll be presenting our 3D stereo sensors and applied AI solutions on booth A4.304: An excellent opportunity to see what’s new in our portfolio, and to discuss how we can help make your automated production truly flexible. We'll also be on stage twice on June 21: 10.30...