At Automatica at the end of June 2023, more than 30 research teams showed their current developments on the AI.Society site as part of munich_i. Here is a selection from medicine, manufacturing, care and mobility.
Dr. Abdeldjallil Naceri, scientist at the Geriatronics Research Center in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, demonstrates how nursing robot Garmi follows instructions.
Doctoral student Kai Wu is working on automating the monitoring of intensive care patients in the Digital Cardiac Surgery lighthouse project.
The doctoral student from Prof. Cristina Piazza Johanna Happold's Healthcare and Rehabilitation Robotics research area first tests her algorithms virtually before they are used in "real" prostheses.
Lukas Bernhard from the Clinic and Polyclinic for Surgery at Klinikum rechts der Isar in Munich has developed a surgical robot that delivers sterile materials to the OR.
Designing a product using generative AI and then manufacturing it in a 3D printer: That is the goal of doctoral student Lucca Sacchetto from the Department of Data Processing at the Technical University of Munich.
As part of the lighthouse project KI.Fabrik, PhD student Theresa Prinz from the Chair of Ergonomics at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) is working on teleoperation in manufacturing.
At Automatica 2023, co-founder of the start-up driveblocks Felix Nobis explains his concept for autonomous driving that works independently of high-resolution maps.
PhD student Baha Zarrouki from the Department of Automotive Engineering at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) explains the concept of EDGAR, the design of an autonomous vehicle, at munich_i as part of automatica 2023.
PhD student Franziska Jurosch shows the current status of the research project SASHA-OR (short for Situation Aware Sterile Handling Arm for the OR), how surgical instruments are provided by a robot.
Despite a multitude of robotic arms, the start-up Hydrabyte manages to move them without them colliding. The start-up's co-founder Frank Peters explains the concept.