When: 2012-12-05 10.00-11.00
Where: LTH, M-building, room IP2 (second floor next to the robotics lab)
Speaker: Klas Nilsson
As part of the European robotics week the RobotLab in the M-house at Lund University, arranges presentations and guided tours in the RobotLab, LTH.
Robotic systems are examples of real-time systems for which there is great demand for flexibility (in programming and configurability), making research relevant to several other types of long-term product development.
LTH Productive robotics lab interacts with industry locally and globally. Earlier projects like SMErobot (www.smerobot.org) has given valuable results, and demonstrated the importance of full-scale experimental verification in close collaboration with industry.
Since a year a lot of the robotics research has been colocated in a new lab in the M-building, where comprehensive and effective activities links LTH departments and forms the basis for a continued close collaboration with ABB in the Rosetta Project (www.fp7rosetta.org), and for other robot research project such as SMErobotics (www.smerobotics.org).