Towards human robot collaboration in Logistics
Jesús, Alfonso de la Riva; Instituto Tecnológico de Aragón;Spain;firstname.lastname@example.org
Martin, Magnusson; Örebro University; Sweden;email@example.com
Achim, Lilienthal; Örebro University; Sweden;firstname.lastname@example.org
Sören Kerner; IML Fraunhofer; Germany;email@example.com
Libor, Preucil; Czech Technical University in Prague; Czech Republic;firstname.lastname@example.org
Marc, Hanheide; University of Lincoln; United Kingdom; email@example.com
Motivation and Objectives
This workshop is being organised by the euRobotics Topic Group for robots in logistics and transport in close collaboration with consortium members of projects ILIAD, STRANDS and Safelog . The main objective is to bring together researchers from academia and industry, in order to discuss the major challenges and opportunities for Robotics in Logistics and Transport
The workshop consist in two sections; Flash presentations from selected speakers and a round table.
During the round table, we will discuss about content of presentations and collaboration and human-robot interaction in logistics use cases.
In order to interactively engage the audience and to allow them to contribute and share their view in a structured way, the workshop will use an online voting tool, that participants will be using on their mobile devices (phone, tablets, laptops) with a standard internet connection. Details can be found at https://github.com/marc-hanheide/QuickVote/wiki
Wednesday March 22
16:15 – 16:20 Introduction
16:20 – 17:15 Invited contributions from industry and academia
- Sören Kerner, ( Fraunhofer IML) “Selforganizing Logistic Systems”
- Martin Davies (Guidance automation) “Robust robotics in human centric industrial environments with collaborative navigation”
- Libor Preucil (Czech Technical University in Prague) “Safe Log – Safe human-robot interaction in logistic applications for highly flexible warehouses – a project overview”
- Carlos Vivas (PAL Robotics) “PAL Robotics logistics applications: StockBot”
- Wolfgang Echelmeyer (Reutlingen University) “Analyzing effectiveness and efficiency of HRI in logistic processes”
- Christian Fischer (Still) “iGo neo: man and robotics collaboration leads to successful teamplay”
- Björn Hein (KIT) “Proximity sensing – closing the perception gap”
- Frederik Brantner (Magazino) “Pick-by-robot: item specific picking directly out of the shelf”
17:15 – 17:45: Round Table: (Moderator Sören Kerner) Robotics for logistics and transport: Collaborative or not?
Further information (Should participants prepare anything for the workshop etc.)
We will use an online voting tool, so bring your mobile device fully charge.