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Augmented Reality & Cobots

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Speakers Bio:

Krzysztof Zieliński is an Industrial PhD student at the University of Southern Denmark and Universal Robots, specializing in robotics. With four years of industry experience and co-founding a robotic toy startup, he has developed a strong foundation in the field. His interests lie in Augmented Reality, computer vision (with a focus on 3D mapping), and robotics.

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Institute of Manufacturing (IfM), Seminar Room 2 2023/07/11, 12:00-13:00

Title: Augmented Reality & Cobots

Abstract: In this talk, the exploration of Augmented Reality (AR) in the context of robotics is undertaken, with a specific emphasis on the utilization of two types of displays – mobile and wearable-based. The aim is to investigate how AR can be integrated into robotics and to shed light on the challenges and use cases currently present in the field. Although AR has found its place in a wide range of applications, its integration with collaborative robots has yet to be fully realized. By examining the potential of mobile and wearable-based displays, this talk provides an overview of the current technological limitations that need to be overcome and offers insights into the use cases where AR can be applied to enhance robotic systems.

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Title: Context-aware deployment of collaborative robots

Abstract: This talk introduces a PhD project aimed at empowering robot end-users by streamlining the deployment of automation solutions. It explores automation challenges for Small and Medium Enterprises. The talk focuses in particular on AR-based User Interface for improving I/O setup in robot deployment process. Through validated design, the chosen UI is compared to existent methods using RTLX and SUS methods to evaluate mental demand and usability of the proposed solution.

This talk is part of the Cyber-Human Lab Seminar Series series.

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