Fraunhofer IPA primary exhibition stand Hall A4, stand 429
Cooperative and networked navigation solutions, APA-App: Automation potential analysis, AI application NeuroCAD, pitasc system construction kit for assembly, AI picking, Cleanroom technologies: Protective cover 2ndSCIN®, Mobile cleanroom Cape®, Fraunhofer Tested Device®, Explainable AI (xAI) - Explainability of AI, StationConnector, Autonomous production optimization, Stuttgart Exo-Jacket, Cognitive Robotics
December 09, 2020, 10:30-11:00 am: Automatica Forum, Hall A5, Stand 139
»AI in Medium-Sized Production: Practical Examples« by Prof. Dr. Marco Huber, Head of the Department of Cognitive Production Systems at the IFF University of Stuttgart, Head of the Center for Cyber Cognitive Intelligence, Fraunhofer IPA, Head of the Department of Image and Signal Processing at Fraunhofer IPA.
Other exhibition stands involving Fraunhofer IPA
SeRoNet – Platform for the development of service robot solutions
Hall C6 | Stand 121
The SeRoNet project shows its »robot.one« open IT platform for users, system integrators and robot and component manufacturers in the field of service robotics. The platform automatically mediates solutions and development services between users and suppliers based on stored requirement specifications and competence profiles. It offers manufacturers and system integrators a marketplace of compatible software and hardware components as well as integration in model-driven SeRoNet development tools. The aim is to significantly reduce the software development effort in professional service robotics. The project supports companies that adapt their components to the technical requirements of the platform with up to € 50,000. The project is funded by the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy as part of the PAiCE technology program. For further information, please see: www.robot.one, www.paice.de
Service robotics demo park
Hall C6 | Stand 421
Since the second edition of Automatica back in 2006, Fraunhofer IPA has been planning and coordinating this special joint stand for service robotics on behalf of Messe München. The stand presents mobile and stationary service robots for a wide range of applications, such as transport tasks, warehouse handling tasks or for the healthcare sector. Visitors can directly interact with and touch the different service robots or try out various assistance functions. Regular live shows and expert interviews will additionally keep visitors entertained.