Robotics and Cognitive Systems

In order for a company to remain competitive in a constantly growing and changing market, the use of automation is considered essential. Instead of a factory without people, we see the answer in the linking of people and technology. The automation of processes should not be seen as an alternative to humans, but rather as a means of automating activities that are characterized by their monotony and thus make it too difficult for employees to perform them.

 

In addition, we focus on the interaction between people and technology. People and their specific skills are to be better integrated into the processes - technology will sometimes adapt to human behavior.

 

Depending on the use case, we weigh up which area is automated and how, and where the human process can be improved through collaboration with technology. We see sensor technology as an essential link both for the area of automation and for the interaction between humans and technology.

What's New?

The first autonomous FTF that enables intuitive interaction with humans - EMILI!

 

Events

Whether attending a congress, presenting your own research results or reading the latest papers - here you will find an overview!

Our Focal Points

 

Robotics

 

Human-Machine Interaction

 

Sensors

Areas of Focus

Industrial Projects

Public Funded Projects

Our Department

 

Our Team

 

Download Area

In this download-section you can find product brochures and flyers concerning our technologies as well as scientific papers of the robotics and cognitive systems department.

Our Research Halls

 

Innovationlab

 

PACE Lab