Česko-lucemburský den robotiky

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14. května se pod záštitou české ambasády v Lucembursku konal česko-lucemburský den robotiky. Akce se účastnili panelisté z akademické sféry: z Vysokého učení technického v Brně, Českého vysokého učení technického v Praze, Vysoké školy báňské – technické univerzity Ostrava, Západočeské univerzity v Plzni a Univerzity Lucemburk, centrálních lucemburských a českých státních agentur pro vesmírný průmysl: Luxembourg Space Agency, CzechInvest; i privátních průmyslových podniků ESC Aerospace, Certicon, kteří jsou leadry v oboru.

panelisté z CIIRC ČVUT
Vladimír Mařík, vědecký ředitel CIIRC ČVUT
Robotic Innovation and Know-how Transfer

Václav Hlaváč, vedoucí oddělení robotika a strojové vnímání, CIIRC ČVUT
New frontiers in Robotics. Manipulating Soft Objects, such as Clothing. Humans and Robots working together: Perception and Decision Making. Case study of a Disaster Scene Inspection after the Amatrice Earthquake in Italy. Autonomously Driven Cars

Libor Přeučil, vedoucí inteligentní a mobilní robotika CIIRC ČVUT
Autonomous and Mobile robotics. How to navigate and interact in Conditions of Uncertainty, without Support Infrastructure. Illustrative industrial applications

Miroslav Kulich, CIIRC ČVUT
Planning and Routing. Overcoming the major problems related to Robotic Tasks. Methodology for providing Near-Optimal Solutions for Real-World Deployment

 

Program konference a příspěvky ke stažení:

Session 1: Industrial Robotics
Vladimír Mařík, CIIRC CTU Scientific Director, Czech National Innovation Strategy and Czech Institute of Informatics, Robotics, and Cybernetics
Robotic Innovation and Know-how Transfer

Karel Zimmermann, Faculty of Electrical Engineering, CTU
Overcoming New Challenges and developing Term Cooperation with Industrial Partners

Martin Švejda, Ondřej Severa, NTIS, University of West Bohemia
Research and Development of Non-standard Robots.
How to meet the need for special Industrial Applications. A Video Demonstration of a Prototypes.

Václav Krys, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, VŠB Ostrava Technical University
Robotics and Mechatronics.
Research Cooperation in between research groups and industry: Key Infrastructure and Equipment needed

Peter Plapper, Full Professor in Engineering Science, University of Luxembourg
Industrial Robotics and industry 4.0

Session 2: Mobile and Field Robotics
Libor Přeučil, Head, Mobile Robotics Group, CIIRC CTU, Intelligent and Mobile Robotics Research, AI-based autonomy in Robotic Applications
Autonomous and Mobile robotics. How to navigate and interact in Conditions of Uncertainty, without Support Infrastructure. Illustrative industrial applications.

Miroslav Kulich, CIIRC CTU
Advanced Methods for Hard Planning Problems in Mobile Robotics
Planning and Routing. Overcoming the major problems related to Robotic Tasks. Methodology for providing Near-Optimal Solutions for Real-World Deployment.

Luděk Žalud, Robotics and AI Group, CEITEC University of Technology; VUT Brno, Field Robotics
Robots outside the Laboratory. Autonomous Telepresence Robotic System. Autonomous Search for Gamma-Radiation Sources and Robotic Platforms Orpheus and Morpheus

Bob Lamboray, Policy Officer, SpaceResources.lu, Luxembourg Space Agency
The Space Resources Value Chain and the Role of Robotics and Autonomous Systems Part I. and Part II.

Holger Voos, Automation & Robotics Research Group, SnT/University of Luxembourg
Mobile Robotics Research, SnT/University of Luxembourg

Session 3: Machine Perception and Video Analysis

Václav Hlaváč, Head, Robotic Machine Perception Department, CIIRC CTU, Machine Perception Supported Robotics
New frontiers in Robotics. Manipulating Soft Objects, such as Clothing. Humans and Robots working together: Perception and Decision Making. Case study of a Disaster Scene Inspection after the Amatrice Earthquake in Italy. Autonomously Driven Cars

Richard Sysala, CEO, ESC Aerospace
Satellites, Flight Software, Radiation Monitors

Jaromír Tejkl, Director, CertiCon, a.s.
CertiConVis Real-time Video Analysis Neural Network-based Software. Use of real time Video Analysis in Public Safety, Behavioral Statistics and Parking for Smart City Projects. Certicon´s Development Services in Medical, Automotive and Embedded Areas.

Georgios Varisteas, SnT/University of Luxembourg
Evaluation of End-To-End Learning for Autonomous Driving