The results of the project, regarding the automatic disassembly of smoke detectors, were presented at the trade fair for automation, mechatronics, sensor technology, and measurement technologies (IFAM 2024) in Ljubljana, Slovenia from February 13th–15th 2024.
Adaptive Intelligent Robots with Soft Hands: Methods and Experiments
The goal of this summer school is to transfer advanced robotics and computer vision knowledge to graduate students and younger postdocs with a focus on modern adaptive methods. These methods will be from AI (network learning), but also from different fields of robotics including adaptive control as well as the introduction of modern, highly adaptive robotic hands to teach participants about the mechanical as well as control- and cognitive-related power of adaptation in computer vision and robotics.
As target application two talks from expert from the recycling industry will be incorporated into this school, which is a field where adaptive methods are highly needed for advanced “green” automation.
The format of this school will be lectures by experts and discussion as well as experimental work, where one day during this school students will perform experiments on a set of computer vision as well as robotics platforms. We also include a poster session and 11 student talks, selected on the grounds of their abstract (to be submitted on registration), where students can present their work, too.
Join us for ReconCycle Summer School 2023 in Mallorca, October 23-26!
Industrial development of this application will be presented in booth F45, Hall 30 at MECSPE 2023, the international reference fair for the Manufacturing industry, which will be held March 29-31, 2023 at BolognaFiere in Bologna, Italy.
European Robotics Forum (ERF 2023) will be held in Odense, Denmark from March 14th to 16th 2023.
The coordinator Aleš Ude will present the results of the project at the workshop titled Feasibility Of Agile Manufacturing, What Really Moves SMEs.
The results of the project Reconcycle, regarding the reconfiguration of recyclicng workcells, will be presented at Trade fair for automation, mechatronics, sensor technology, measurement technologies (IFAM 2023), Ljubljana, Slovenia from March 7th to March 9th 2023.
ReconCycle is one of the four research and innovation actions that were selected for funding in H2020 call “ICT-09-2019-2020”, Robotics in Application Areas. The project’s kickoff meeting was held at Jožef Stefan Institute in Ljubljana, Slovenia, from February 13th – 14th, 2020. At the meetings the partners were focusing on the establishment of the initial experimental environment and on the main research issues that need to be addressed in the project to implement the recycling cell prototype.