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Neuroinformatics and Cognitive Robotics Lab

Neuroinformatics and Cognitive Robotics Lab

Final project presentation

ROREAS (Robotic Rehabilitation Assistant) for walking and orientation exercising in self-training during clinical stroke follow-up care during its final project presentation on 11 May 2016 in Erfurt.

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Congratulations ...

... to Dr.-Ing. Christoph Weinrich, who defended his PhD thesis "Personenwahrnehmung für eine sozialverträgliche und nutzerzentrierte Roboternavigation in öffentlichen Einsatzumgebungen" on January 28, 2016

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ESF annual event

Presentation of the SERROGA-system during the European Social Fund annual event in Erfurt

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Filming event ...

... with an ARTE film crew in the AWO senior residence "Am Krämpferufer" in Erfurt on 26 September 2014.

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Serroga closing event

Our elderly partners from the AWO senior residence Erfurt proudly present their "Robot Tester" certificates, given to them in recognition of their participation as test users (including one final full day of robot service in their homes) for the project Serroga.

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Prominent visit

Prof. Johanna Wanka, Federal Minister of Education and Research, during her visit at TU Ilmenau on 26 August 2014 in discussion with Rector Prof. Peter Scharff, Prof. Horst-Michael Gross and Dr. Christof Schroeter about the socially assistive robot Tweety (Foto © TU Ilmenau/ari).

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Prime minister of Thuringia Christine Lieberknecht meets rehab robot Cora

At 10th of June 2014 prime minister of Thuringia Christine Lieberknecht visited the m&i-rehab hospital in Bad Liebenstein to take part in a robot demonstration of the ROREAS project. The aim of this project is to assist stroke patients in their training by using an autonomous rehab robot.

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SLAM in Home Environments with NDT Maps

For obvious reasons, we also call these maps "Smartie-maps". Thanks to our adaptive resolution mapping, filigrane structures like the rocking chair shown in the forground of the above image can be modelled.

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Capacitive Touch Sensors for manual motion control

The red areas show the areas of capacitive touch sensors mounted to the inside of the plastic cover of the Scitos G3 Robot. These are used for assisted local motion control since pushing the robot passively is not possible.

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Detecting people by using a deformable part model

Our robots use a deformable part model to detect people in different poses given occlusion. Parts shown in blue, final detections shown in red.

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A robot in the water pipe

To prevent such severe pipe bursts, the RODIAR project aims to develop an autonomous inspection robot for the detection of weak spots within fresh water pipelines. Therefore, the robot has to withstand pressures of more than 15 bar. (Image: Thüringer Fernwasserversorgung)

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Interview with a robot

Suse,the autonomous guide robot, had an interview with the public television station ZDF on June 21, 2012 .

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Lasertracking and Trajectory Analysis

Tracking of multiple persons at Humboldtbau using five laser range finders for extracting typical paths.