Robotics and Interactive Systems
To increase flexibility in intralogistics, the Robotics and Interactive Systems department works on the development of Plug & Play material handling technology: Systems can be commissioned fast and easily and without any additional infrastructure or complex programming. In this context, the department researches on algorithms for the decentralized control of material handling technology.
Another research area is the automated handling and transport of objects. The Robotics and Interactive Systems department is also active in the field of machine vision, since the identification and gripping point determination of the objects requires 2D and 3D image recognition.
In the context of human-machine cooperation, interfaces are investigated that simplify the cooperation between technical systems and humans. The aim is to spend as little time as possible for the exchange of information by capturing movements, gestures or language.
|Kai Markert||Dipl.-Ing. (FH), M.Sc.||+49 721 608 48674||kai markert∂ kit edu|
|Dali Sun||Dr.rer.nat.||+49 721 608 48630||dali sun∂ kit edu|
|Benchun Zhou||M. Sc.||+49 721 608-48612||benchun zhou∂ kit edu|
|Patric Hopfgarten||M. Sc.||+49 721 608 48671||patric hopfgarten∂ kit edu|
|Constantin Enke||M.Sc.||+49 721 608-48632||constantin enke∂ kit edu|
|Gideon Arndt||M.Sc.||+49 721 608-48670||gideon arndt∂ kit edu|
|Hao Pang||M.Sc.||hao pang∂ kit edu|
|Jan-Felix Klein||M.Sc.||+49 721 608 48628||jan-felix klein∂ kit edu|
|Müller, Lukas||M.Sc.||+49 721 608 48638||lukas mueller∂ kit edu|
|Maximilian Gilles||M.Sc.||maximilian gilles∂ kit edu|