Digital Hannover Messe 2021 – Demonstrators with DFKI

Join us at Hannover Messe on Wednesday 14 April at 11:00 am and learn about two new demonstrators on Human-Robot collaboration with applications towards the distributed production. The presentation is held by DFKI with support of RICAIP. You are warmly welcome to visit the whole DFKI exhibition too.

Hannover Messe

Transfer of control in distributed Industrie 4.0 applications – What if robots call for help?

DFKI & RICAIP: TRACTAT, CAMELOT

Wednesday, 14 April 2021, 11:00 – 11:25 a.m.

Dr. Tilman Becker, Director RICAIP-Research and Innovation Centre on Advanced Industrial Production, CzechTechnical University in Prague

Dr. Tim Schwartz, Senior Researcher and Head of the Human-Robot Communication Research Group, DFKI

Autonomous robots are also expected to be used, for example, as transport robots in industrial scenarios. Unlike rigidly programmed systems, they can adapt their behavior to current conditions and change their route if obstacles block the way. If they get into situations for which they cannot find a solution themselves and need outside help, they initiate a transfer of control (ToC). The technology is being addressed in the TRACTAT project funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research and its successor CAMELOT, and is finding influence in the German-Czech EU project RICAIP, where it is being extended to include aspects of distributed production. In the live broadcast, RICAIP director Dr. Tilman Becker and DFKI scientist Dr. Tim Schwartz will present the concepts and ideas developed using two practical demonstrators.

Find the link to livestream itself HERE.

Visit the whole DFKI appearance at Hannover Fair HERE.

To see the livestream, you have to become a registrated visitor, which is for free.

Find the link for a direct registration HERE.