Meetings/Workshops on Robotics, Automation & Mechatronics in Germany

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Smart Factory — Fundamentals of Smart Engineering for Smart Factory
ID
858155
Dates
08 May 2017 - 12 May 2017
Location
Aachen, Germany
Abstract
Due to variable product families and constantly decreasing product life cycles, previous methods to implement machines, facilities and processes and operating machines cease to be economic. Rather, an increased front-loading – meaning a deferral of efforts into engineering – must take place in the future. Fortification of digital assembly groups with metadata, virtual figures of facilities and machines as well as methods of simultaneous process protection bear great potential. By means of a continuously available digital chain of planning, new variants can be produced both efficiently and economically.

This course serves as an introduction to technical requirements and challenges for the digitalisation of production, providing technical and engineering-based approaches and concepts for implementation.

Contact
Sonja Kaufmann;     Phone: [+49 241 80 97742];     Email: S.Kaufmann@academy.rwth-aachen.de
Topics
smart factory, product life cycle, front loading, engineering, digitalisation, chain of planning, product lifecycle management, assembly technique
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2.
 
11. Tagung Diagnose in mechatronischen Fahrzeugsystemen
ID
851369
Dates
16 May 2017 - 17 May 2017
Location
Dresden, Germany
Abstract
Vom 16. bis 17. Mai 2017 findet in Dresden die 11. Tagung „Diagnose in mechatronischen Fahrzeugsystemen“ statt. Anhand aktueller Entwicklungsberichte, Systemvorstellungen und Praxisbeiträge werden der aktuelle Stand und die Trends für F&E im Themenfeld Diagnose, Test und Prüfung von Elektroniksystemen im Kraftfahrzeug vorgestellt und erörtert. Experten aus Industrie und Praxis sowie Forschung und Entwicklung als auch fachinteressierte Besucher sind herzlich zur Tagungsteilnahme eingeladen. Begleitet wird die Tagung durch eine Fachausstellung, auf der Unternehmen ihre aktuellsten Produkte zum Thema präsentieren.
Topics
- Fahrzeugdiagnose - Neue Technologien, Methoden und Tools - Telemetrie- und Remotediagnoseanwendungen - Diagnose und Systemsicherheit in zukünftigen Fahrerassistenzsystemen - Standards in der Fahrzeugdiagnose - Normen, Anwendungen und Werkzeuge - Diagnose in Fahrzeugübergreifend vernetzen Systemen (E2E Diagnose) - Durchgängige Diagnoseentwicklung - Diagnosedatenerstellung - Datenschutz und Datensicherheit (Safety and Security) - Fahrzeugzugriff, Diagnose und Backend- Test, Prüfung und Diagnose von Hybrid- und Elektrofahrzeugen sowie Test und Prüfverfahren und viele weitere aktuelle Themen aus Forschung, Entwicklung, Praxis und AfterSales
3.
 
REM — 2017 International Conference on Research and Education in Mechatronics
ID
895122
Dates
14 Sep 2017 - 15 Sep 2017
Location
Wolfenbuettel, Germany
Abstract
The 17th International Conference on Research and Education in Mechatronics is a well established event in the field of research and education in Mechatronics. Experts from many different countries will come together to exchange their knowledge and experience with colleagues. REM is the basis for new networks and cooperation in R&D and in Mechatronics engineers education.
4.
 
Handling Complexity in Industry 4.0 — Decision making using Expert-Systems and Machine Learning
ID
858269
Dates
18 Sep 2017 - 22 Sep 2017
Location
Aachen, Germany
Abstract
To support the human in CPS and robotic environments, data derived from these systems can be used as decision support. This module covers two approaches: On the one hand it covers the modeling of expert systems, on the other hand it introduces machine learning as a way to deal with the increasing complexity in CPS and robotic environments.
Contact
Sonja Kaufmann;     Phone: [+49 241 80 97742];     Email: S.Kaufmann@academy.rwth-aachen.de
Topics
robotics, cyber-physical system, expert system, machine learning, smart factory
5.
 
ROS — Robot Operating System for industrial Robots
ID
858183
Dates
16 Oct 2017 - 20 Oct 2017
Location
Aachen, Germany
Abstract
This course introduces the ROS middleware and its tools for developing modern robot systems. It covers the general structure of ROS and the usage of its publish-subscribe, service and action-server concepts. Furthermore, a short introduction of the robot simulation GAZEBO is given. Within hands-on-sessions, the participants will integrate the key components of a mobile robot (Hardware, Sensory as well as Localization, Mapping and Motion Planning Algorithms) in ROS.

Participants will be able to implement CPS and intelligent robots based on the concept of ROS. First you get a short review of the communication infrastructure of ROS. Subsequently, you learn how to model and integrate various environments, actuators and sensors into the simulation environment Gazebo. You will be able to implement sensor- and hardware-drivers in simulation and on real robots. In addition, you learn and test fundamental methods for localization, mapping and motion planning in ROS.

Contact
Sonja Kaufmann;     Phone: [+49 241 80 97742];     Email: S.Kaufmann@academy.rwth-aachen.de
Topics
ROS, robot operating system, industrial robots, Gazebo, middleware, cyber-physical systems, sensors
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6.
 
In-factory Logistics Using Mobile Robots
ID
858196
Dates
23 Oct 2017 - 27 Oct 2017
Location
Aachen, Germany
Abstract
Autonomous mobile robots are expected to play an important role in modern factories. Mobile robots are complex cyber-physical systems that combine sensors, actuators as well as computing devices that enable them to reason about and interact with the environment. The ability of these systems to reason about their environment and to select a corresponding behavior poses new challenges for evaluation and certification. On the one hand, the autonomy of these systems expands their operational envelopment and makes them suitable for a broad area of applications. This course will give an introduction to the architecture of mobile transportation robots and will detail the main building blocks of these systems.

Participants will understand the potentials of a flexible material flow and how to build adaptive production systems using mobile robots. They will learn methods for planning transport orders, coordinating a fleet of mobile robots and planning collision-free and efficient paths. Finally, they will implement and test the methods using a fleet of mobile robots.

Contact
Sonja Kaufmann;     Phone: [+49 241 80 97742];     Email: S.Kaufmann@academy.rwth-aachen.de
Topics
mobile robots, autonomous, smart factory, factories, cyber-physical systems, sensors
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Last updated: 27 March 2017