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How to Build a BigANT Leg
Shai Revzen's lab builds robots inspired by nature that are easy to construct and get walking. Check out how to build your own BigANT! Rapidly Prototyping Robots with Plate and Reinforced Flexure (PARF) Mechanisms, for IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine
Autonomous Robotic Truss Reconfiguration and Manipulation
Learn more: http://creativemachines.cornell.edu/machine-metabolism http://www.jeremyblum.com/portfolio/machine-metabolism/ Accepted for Publication in IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine Robot shown developed by Franz Nigl, Jeremy Blum, and Shuguang Li under the direction of Dr. Hod Lipson. This video presents a robot capable of autonomously traversing and manipulating a 3D truss structure. The robot is able to approach and traverse multiple structural joints using a combination of translational and rotational motions. A key factor in allowing reliable motion and engagements is the use of specially designed structural building blocks comprised of bidirectional geared rods. A set of traversal plans, each comprised of basic motion primitives, were analyzed for speed, robustness, and repeatability. Paths covering eight joints are demonstrated, as well as automatic element assembly and disassembly. We suggest that the robot architecture and truss module design, such as the one presented here, could open the door to robotically assembled, maintained, and reconfigured structures that would ordinarily be difficult, risky, or time consuming for humans to construct.
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Robotics in Virtual Worlds (Second LIfe)
This video is based on the paper D. Prattichizzo ``Robotics in Second Life'' to be published in IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine, March 2009.
PictoBot: Robot to spray paint high wall and ceiling
Many industrial buildings come with high ceilings to accommodate bulky equipment and materials. Currently, painting these walls requires at least two painters using a scissor lift, and working at such heights exposes painters to safety risks. But the PictoBot, which can run for four hours on one battery charge, requires only one human supervisor and can even operate in the dark. Provided by: Nanyang Technological University For more information see my paper at IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8360499 https://www.researchgate.net/project/PictoBot-Automatic-Robot-System-for-Indoor-High-Rise-Spray-Painting
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Aerial-ground Cooperative Manipulation of Long Bars
For more details check out the paper N. Staub, M. Mohammadi, D. Bicego, Q. Delamare, H. Yang, D. Prattichizzo, P. Robuffo Giordano, D. Lee, and A. Franchi, “The Tele-MAGMaS: An aerial-ground co-manipulator system,” IEEE Robotics & Automation Magazine, 2018.
Soft Robotic Blocks: Introducing SoBL, a Fast-Build Modularized Design Block
Soft Robotic Blocks: Introducing SoBL, a Fast-Build Modularized Design Block This video presents a new, modularized design concept for soft robots based on a bottom-up approach by assembling units. This concept enables the structures and motions of soft robots to be rapidly prototyped and revised to create new designs that can accomplish different tasks. The paper about our modularized concept is published in IEEE Robotics & Automation Magazine (Volume: 23, Issue: 3, Sept. 2016). Learn more: http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/7549069/ Front cover: http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/stamp/stamp.jsp?tp=&arnumber=7565688
Views: 5611 SNU BioRobotics Lab
multiple robots escorting a target
Multiple robots escorting a target moving in real-time exhibiting fault tolerance with respect to failures of one or more robots. 2007. G. Antonelli and F. Arrichiello and S. Chiaverini, An Experimental Study of the Entrapment/Escorting Mission for a Multi-Robot System, IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine, vol. 15, n. 1, pp. 22--29, 2008.
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Smart Farming using IOT
1. IoT Enabled Smart Farming - An IoT Solution for Agriculture and Poultry Farming, 2. IoT Applications in Agriculture | IoT For All, 3. Smart Agriculture Sensors | Mouser, 4. Smart Farming – Internet of Things Solutions for, - Softweb Iot, 5. IOT BASED SMART AGRICULTURE – SlideShare, 6. Why IoT, Big Data & Smart Farming Are the Future of Agriculture – BI, 7. Smart Agriculture System with IoT - Hackster.io, 8. IoT based Smart Agriculture – ijarcce, 9. Smart Farming: IoT in agriculture - IoT India Magazine, 10. IoT and Smart Farming will help Indian farmers | Areas to Cover, 11. 3 Ways the IoT Revolutionizes Farming | Electronic Design, 12. precision farming (PDF) - Beecham Research, 13. Crop monitoring and smart farming using IoT – GeeksforGeeks, 14. IOT Based Monitoring System in Smart Agriculture - IEEE Conference, 15. Smart farming using IOT - IEEE Conference Publication - IEEE Xplore,. 16. smart farming using iot - IAEME Journals, 17. Solutions for Smart Farming - Agriculture IoT Solutions and Internet of, 18. An In-Depth Look At IoT In Agriculture & Smart Farming Solutions, 19. Smart Farming | 2018 Guide to IoT Agriculture Applications, 20. The Future of Smart Farming With IoT and Open Source Farming, 21. IoT Based Smart Farming: 5 Steps (with Pictures) – Instructables, 22. smart farming using iot pdf, 23. smart farming using iot ppt, 24. smart agriculture using iot ppt, 25. smart agriculture using iot pdf, 26. smart farming iot pdf, 27. iot in agriculture research papers, 28. iot based smart agriculture ieee paper, 29. iot based agricultural projects, 30. Smart farm monitoring using Raspberry Pi and Arduino | Request PDF, 31. Smart Farm Monitoring Using Raspberry Pi and Arduino – IJMETMR, 32. Farm Automation System Based on Arduino and Raspberry Pi - DZone, 33. Android Arduino Interface with Smart Farming System - International, 34. Iot Based Smart Poultry Farming using Commodity Hardware and, 35. IOT based Smart Farm Monitoring Using Raspberry PI – IJORST, 36. Farming Robot and IoT based Smart Agriculture – Collaborizm, 37. IOT Based Smart Poultry Farm - Ishitv Technologies, 38. Smart Poultry Farm Monitoring Using IOT and Wireless, - IJARCS, 39. Smart Farming using arduino, 40. arduino farming projects, 41. arduino farm automation, 42. arduino agriculture sensors, 43. smart agriculture using arduino, 44. raspberry pi agriculture project, 45. raspberry pi farm projects, 46. smart agriculture using arduino pdf, 47. farm automation pdf, 48. iot based smart farm irrigation system using raspberry pi, 49. IoT Based Agriculture Monitoring and Smart Irrigation System Using, 50. IOT Based Smart Greenhouse and Poultry Farm Environment, 51. IJSRD - International Journal for Scientific Research, - IJSRD.com, 52. smart irrigation monitoring system using raspberry pi, 53. wifi based agricultural sensor monitoring system, 54. 194 iot Projects - Arduino Project Hub - Arduino Create, 55. Wireless Sensor-based Agricultural Monitoring System, 56. Linux Webserver based Smart Farm Monitoring using Raspberry PI, 57. raspberry pi using ir thermal camera in agriculture farm for smart, 58. Smart Agriculture Monitoring and Data Acqusition System – IRJET, 59. Food and Water Level Control Mechanism for Smart, - IJIRCCE, 60. design of smart farm environment control system based on public data, 61. IOT Based Wireless Sensor Network for Prevention of Crops, - ijecscse, 62. iot based automatic drip irrigation system – ITRA, 63. Advance Agro Farm Design With Smart Farming, Irrigatio,n, - Adalidda, 64. Smart Agriculture System with IoT - Hackster.io, 65. raspberry-pi IEEE PAPER 2018weather forecasting using raspberry pi with internet of things (iot), 66. Smart Agriculture Archives | Electronics For You, 67. Instructable IoT Projects - Instructables Search Results, 68. IOT - Zigbee sensor, Industrial, farm, building automation Freedomotic, 69. Smart farming: IoT based smart sensors agriculture stick for live, 70. Iot Based Smart Agriculture Monitoring System – ijritcc,
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RI Seminar: Raj Madhavan : Humanitarian Robotics and Automation Technologies
Raj Madhavan Founder and CEO, Humanitarian RoboticsTechnologies, LLC April 22, 2016 Abstract Robotics and automation technologies hold immense promise in transforming people’s lives across various communities around the globe. However, there exists a huge disconnect between what is possible from an engineering and scientific viewpoint and what the expectations of the general public are. The problem lies in the fact that we have not seen many practical solutions that can be deployed in a truly useful and effective fashion towards making a difference in the quality of lives of people. In this talk, I will describe my current work focusing on the applied use of robotics and automation technologies for the benefit of under-served and under-developed communities by working closely with them to sustain developed solutions. This is made possible by bringing together researchers, practitioners from industry, academia, local governments, and various entities such as the IEEE Robotics Automation Society’s Special Interest Group on Humanitarian Technology (RAS-SIGHT), NGOs, and NPOs across the globe. I will discuss a demining challenge that I have co-organized for the last two years with the intent of producing an open-source solution for detecting and classifying unexploded ordnance buried in minefields. I will also outline my recent efforts in the technology and public policy domains with emphasis on socio-economic, cultural, privacy, and security issues in developing and developed economies. Speaker Biography Raj Madhavan is the Founder & CEO of Humanitarian Robotics Technologies, LLC, Maryland, U.S.A. and a Distinguished Visiting Professor of Robotics with AMMACHI Labs at Amrita University, Kerala, India. He has held appointments with the Oak Ridge National Laboratory (March 2001-January 2010) as an R&D staff member based at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (March 2002-June 2013), and as an assistant and associate research scientist, and as a member of the Maryland Robotics Center with the University of Maryland, College Park (February 2010-December 2015). He received a Ph.D. in Field Robotics from the University of Sydney and an ME (Research) in Systems Engineering from the Australian National University. Over the last 20 years, he has contributed to topics in field robotics, and systems and control theory. His current research interests lie in humanitarian robotics and automation – the application and tailoring of existing and emerging robotics and automation technologies for the benefit of humanity in a variety of domains, including unmanned (aerial, ground) vehicles in disaster scenarios. He has authored over 185 papers in archival journals, conferences, and magazines including three books and four journal special issues. Dr. Madhavan is particularly interested in the development of technologies and systems that are cost effective, reliable, efficient and geared towards improving the quality of lives of people in under-served and underdeveloped communities around the globe. Within the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society, he served as the Founding Chair of the Technical Committee on Performance Evaluation and Benchmarking of Robotics and Automation Systems, TC-PEBRAS (2009-2011), Founding Chair of the Humanitarian Robotics and Automation Technology Challenge, HRATC (2014, 2015), Vice President of the Industrial Activities Board (2012-2015), Chair of the Standing Committee for Standards Activities (2010-2015)and since 2012 is the Founding Chair of the Special Interest Group on Humanitarian Technology (RAS-SIGHT). He is the 2016 recipient of the IEEE RAS Distinguished Service Award for his “distinguished service and contributions to RAS industrial and humanitarian activities”. See http://ammachilabs.org/faculty/raj/ for more details.
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Robotics Innovation Start Up Style - Helen Greiner, CyPhy Works (Plenary Day 2 ICRA 2015)
Robotics Innovation Start Up Style Helen Greiner, CyPhy Works Thursday, May 28 08:15-09:05 WSCC 4A http://icra2015.org/conference/plenaries-keynotes Abstract: Innovation gets a lot of air time. There are endless debates on how to achieve it, foster it, or schedule it. But innovation isn’t a monolithic concept. It has horizons and frontiers, and is approached differently by different parts of the creative technical ecosystem. The field of robotics provides excellent examples of this. Universities innovate. Corporate research labs innovate. Start-up companies innovate. But they all approach the development of new ideas from different perspectives, and from different starting points on the creative timeline. Universities should be taking the long view – targeting advancements in timeframes of 10-100 years out. Corporate research draws on current customer needs for impetus, for example, making improvements to existing products or technologies. Start-ups take a different view. To a start-up innovation is lifeblood, immediate; and time to market is critical. In fact, in a start-up a key innovation can be so compelling that the entire company’s direction may pivot around it. All of these types of research are needed for successful economic growth. They are vital to the creation and maintenance of robotics’ technical ecosystem, and are critical to “moving the needle forward.” This talk uses examples from Helen Greiner’s past and continuing career as a leading robotics entrepreneur to elucidate the nature and influence of innovation in start-up companies. Biography: Helen Greiner is CEO of CyPhy Works, a startup company that designs and delivers innovative aerial robots. In 1990, she co-founded iRobot (NASDAQ:IRBT), which has become the global leader of mobile robots with the success of the Roomba™ Vacuuming Robot and the PackBot™ and SUGV Military Robots. Ms Greiner served as President of iRobot until 2004 and Chairman until October 2008. She developed the strategy for and led iRobot's entry into the military market place. At iRobot, she created a culture of innovation that resulted in advanced but practical robot products. She also ran iRobot's financing projects which included raising $35M venture capital and a $75M initial public offering. Greiner holds a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering and a master's degree in computer science, both from MIT. She was presented with an honorary PhD by WPI in 2009. Helen is highly decorated for her visionary contributions in technology innovation and business leadership. In 2014, she was named as a Presidential Ambassador for Global Entrepreneurship (PAGE) by President Obama and Secretary of Commerce Pritzker. She was named by the Kennedy School at Harvard in conjunction with the U.S. News and World Report as one of America's Best Leaders and was honored by the Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) with the prestigious Pioneer Award. She has also been honored as a Technology Review Magazine "Innovator for the Next Century" and has been awarded the DEMO God Award and DEMO Lifetime Achievement Award. She was named one of the Ernst and Young New England Entrepreneurs of the Year (with iRobot cofounder Colin Angle), invited to the World Economic Forum as a Global Leader of Tomorrow and Young Global Leader, and has been inducted in the Women in Technology International (WITI) Hall of Fame and the National Academy of Engineering. Helen is a Trustee of the Boston Museum Science (MOS). Ms. Greiner has served as the elected President and Board Member of the Robotics Technology Consortium (RTC), as Trustee of the National Defense Industrial Association (NDIA), a Trustee of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), as a member of the Army Science Board (ASB), and a member of the Board of Visitors of the Army War College (AWC).
Views: 1292 IEEE.RAS.ICRA
Robot doing autonomous kitting
The video shows our experimental results of the final test sprint of the EU project STAMINA. This test was carried out at the PSA plant in Rennes, France. The detailed description can be found in A Vertical and Cyber–Physical Integration of Cognitive Robots in Manufacturing. Krüger, Volker; Chazoule, Arnaud; Crosby, Matthew; Lasnier, Antoine; Pedersen, Mikkel Rath; Rovida, Francesco; Nalpantidis, Lazaros; Petrick, Ronald; Toscano, Cesar; Veiga, Germano. In: Proceedings of the IEEE, Vol. 104, No. 5, 2016, p. 1114-1127.
Views: 1285 Rvmi Lab
2016 DJI Developer Challenge Finals - Graz Griffins - TU Graz
This video summarizes the capabilities of the Graz Griffins' fully-autonomous M100 drone at the 2016 DJI Developer Challenge Finals, held the 27-28 of August, 2016. Graz Griffins Team: Jesus Pestana Puerta Michael Maurer Daniel Muschick Felix Egger Alexander Isop Manuel Hofer Banglei Guan Friedrich Fraundorfer Special Thanks to DJI for organizing the Challenge Music: I dunno by grapes (CC license, http://ccmixter.org/files/grapes/16626) [1] C. Hoppe, M. Klopschitz, M. Rumpler, A. Wendel, S. Kluckner, H. Bischof, and G. Reitmayr, "Online feedback for structure-from-motion image acquisition." in BMVC, 2012. [2] Rumpler, Markus, Alexander Tscharf, Christian Mostegel, Shreyansh Daftry, Christof Hoppe, Rudolf Prettenthaler, Friedrich Fraundorfer, Gerhard Mayer, and Horst Bischof. "Evaluations on multi-scale camera networks for precise and geo-accurate reconstructions from aerial and terrestrial images with user guidance." Computer Vision and Image Understanding, 2016. [3] D. G. Lowe, "Distinctive image features from scale-invariant keypoints", International journal of computer vision, 2004. [4] L. Kneip, D. Scaramuzza, and R. Siegwart, "A novel parametrization of the perspective-three-point problem for a direct computation of absolute camera position and orientation," IEEE Conference in Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR), 2011. [5] C. Hoppe, M. Klopschitz, M. Donoser, and H. Bischof, "Incremental surface extraction from sparse structure-from-motion point clouds." in BMVC, 2013. [6] M. Hofer, M. Maurer, and H. Bischof, "Efficient 3d scene abstraction using line segments", Computer Vision and Image Understanding, 2016. [7] A. Hornung, K. M. Wurm, M. Bennewitz, C. Stachniss, and W. Burgard, "Octomap: An efficient probabilistic 3D mapping framework based on octrees," Autonomous Robots, 2013. [8] B. Lau, C. Sprunk, and W. Burgard, "Efficient grid-based spatial representations for robot navigation in dynamic environments," Elsevier Robotics and Autonomous Systems, 2013. [9] C. Richter, A. Bry, and N. Roy, "Polynomial Trajectory Planning for Quadrotor Flight," in International Conference on Robotics and Automation, 2013. [10] I. A. Sucan, M. Moll, and L. E. Kavraki, "The Open Motion Planning Library," IEEE Robotics & Automation Magazine, December 2012. [11] Karaman, Sertac, and Emilio Frazzoli. "Sampling-based algorithms for optimal motion planning." The International Journal of Robotics Research, 2011. [12] J.Pestana, R. Prettenthaler, T. Holzmann, D. Muschick, C. Mostegel, F. Fraundorfer, and H. Bischof, "Graz Griffins solution to the european robotics challenges 2014," in Austrian Robotics Workshop. 2015. [13] Olson, Edwin. "AprilTag: A robust and flexible visual fiducial system." IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), 2011.
Exo-Glove: A Soft Wearable Robot for the Hand with a Soft Tendon Routing System
"Exo-Glove: A Soft Wearable Robot for the Hand with a Soft Tendon Routing System" authored by HyunKi In, Brian Byunghyun Kang, MinKi Sin, Kyu-Jin Cho has been accepted for publication in the IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine. Abstract - Soft wearable robots are good alternatives to rigid-frame exoskeletons because they are compact and lightweight. This article describes a soft wearable hand robot called the Exo-Glove that uses a soft tendon routing system and an underactuation adaptive mechanism. The proposed system can be used to develop other types of soft wearable robots. The glove part of the system is compact and weighs 194 g. Results conducted using a healthy subject showed sufficient performance for the execution of daily life activities, namely, a pinch force of 20 N, a wrap grasp force of 40 N, and a maximum grasped object size of 76 mm. Use of an underactuation mechanism enabled the grasping of objects of various shapes without active control. A subject suffering from paralysis of the hands due to spinal cord injury was able to use the glove to grasp objects of various shapes.
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Machinekit ROS driving Borunte industrial robot
This video shows a Borunte 6-DOF industrial robot being driven by Machinekit and ROS. DISCLAIMER: The robot in the video is not a Tormach robot, I just put a Tormach sticker on it. The robot picks a 3D printed part from a 3D printer also driven by Machinekit. To learn more visit: https://machinekoder.com/machinekit-ros-industrial-robot/
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Simbe Robotics Brings Tally the Robot to Decathlon San Francisco
Simbe Robotics and Decathlon USA partnered together to bring Simbe’s Tally, the world’s first fully-autonomous inventory robot, to Decathlon's inaugural U.S. store located in San Francisco, CA. “When launching our first store in San Francisco, a city at the forefront of innovation, we invested in ground-breaking technology that could help us rethink the brick-and-mortar retail experience,” said Tony Leon, Chief Technology Officer at Decathlon. “RFID tagging was pivotal in helping us better manage our inventory. As we look to the next chapter of retail innovation, Tally enables our team to focus on cultivating unique experiences and sharing advice tailored to each customer’s athletic passions.” “Decathlon’s uniquely designed San Francisco flagship store is an environment that fosters significant interaction between customers, product, and store associates; with that comes unique merchandising challenges,” said Brad Bogolea, Chief Executive Officer at Simbe Robotics. “Decathlon has deployed Tally in a uniquely customer-centric environment, leveraging Tally’s RFID capabilities to capture real-time insight into product flow, pricing, and availability by providing precise inventory audits and cycle counts, in addition to sharing the location of each product in store.” Come to 735 Market Street, San Francisco to witness Tally live in action, counting inventory.
Views: 960 Decathlon USA
Hair Washing Robot
"Development of Head Care Robot Using Five-Bar Closed Link Mechanism with Enhanced Head Shape Following Capability," by Toshinori Hirose, Takeshi Ando, Soichiro Fujioka and Osamu Mizuno, from Panasonic Corp., Osaka, Japan. Presented at 2013 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), Tokyo, Japan.
Views: 32996 IEEE Spectrum
AAAI VideoCompetition 20120702
accepted by AAAI 2012 Robotics and Multimedia Fair We combine both cognitive map and episodic memory functions together to enable advanced cognitive behaviors for robot. The proposed computational model focuses on the neocortical and hippocampus area that incorporates two major network components: EC and CA3 regions. The entorhinal-hippocampal system has been widely studied for its active involvement in the memory process [1], [2], [3]. Some works on entorhinal-hippocampal system also focus on the spatial navigation [4], [5], [6], [7]. Here, we focus on both properties and how they contribute to a high-level cognitive behavior. In the EC layer, a 3D CAN structure is used to model the cognitive map. The activities of the neurons in the CAN structure encode an estimation of the robot's location. Given that the size of CAN structure is limited; the size of the map space is limited by the number of cells in CAN. To address this problem, a torus shape connection method is used in CAN for the continuity of the neuron activities' shift in a large space environment [8][9]. The most active neuron is then mapped to a scaled map with actual location information. The CA3 architecture and dynamics is inspired by the works of Jensen et al. [10], where the CA3 region is modeled as a recurrent network. The CA3 layer is composed of spiking neurons based on the spike response model (SRM). The synaptic modifications follow the Hebb-rule; simultaneous presynaptic and postsynaptic activity enhances synaptic efficacies. The direct perforant path input from superficial layer of EC to CA3 is quantitatively appropriate to provide cue for recall in CA3 [11], [12]. [1] Witter M.P.: Organization of the entorhinal-hippocampal system: a review of current anatomical data. Hippocampus, 3: 33-44 (1993). [2] Yamaguchi, N., Sato, N., Wagatsuma, H., Wu, Z., Molter, C., Aota, Y.: A unified view of theta-phase coding in the entorhinalChippocampal system. Current Opinion in Neurobiology, 17: 197-204 (2007). [3] Iijima, T., Witter, M.P., Ichikawa, M., Tominaga, T., Kajiwara, R., Matsumoto, G.: Entorhinal-Hippocampal Interactions Revealed by Real-Time Imaging. Science: 272(5265): 1176-1179 (1996) [4] Brun, V.H., Otnæss, M.K., Molden, S., Steffenach, H.A., Witter, M.P., Moser, M.B. Moser, E.I.: Place Cells and Place Recognition Maintained by Direct Entorhinal-Hippocampal Circuitry. Science 296(5576): 2243-2246 (2002). [5] Jeffery, K.J.: Self-localization and the entorhinalChippocampal system. Current Opinion in Neurobiology 17: 1-8 (2008). [6] Fleischer, J., Edelman, G.: Brain-Based Devices. IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine, 16(3), 33-41 (2009) [7] Wyeth, B.G., Milford, M.J.: Spatial Cognition for Robots. IEEE Robotics & Automation Magazine, 16(3), 24--32, 2009. [8] McNaughton, B. L., Battaglia, F. P., Jensen, O., Moser, E. I. and Moser, M. B.: Path integration and the neural basis of the 'cognitive map'. Nature Reviews Neuroscience 7, 663-678 (2006). [9] Milford, M.J. and Wyeth, G.F.:Mapping a Suburb With a Single Camera Using a Biologically Inspired SLAM System. IEEE Transactions on Robotics, 24(5), 1038-1053 (2008) [10] Jensen, O., Idiart, M. A., Lisman, J. E.: Physiologically realistic formation of autoassociative memory in networks with theta/gamma oscillations: role of fast NMDA channels. Learning & Memory 3 (2-3), 243-256 (1996). [11] Jensen, O., Lisman, J. E.: Novel lists of 7 +/- 2 known items can be reliably stored in an oscillatory short-term memory network: interaction with long-term memory. Learning & Memory 3(2-3), 257-263 (1996). [12] Rolls, E. T.: A computational theory of episodic memory formation in the hippocampus. Behavioural Brain Research 215 (2), 180-196 (2010).
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Automated Shopping Cart
The Automated Shopping Cart was designed by Brian Cluff, Weston Lay, and Jason Morgan, members of the IEEE USU Student Branch. More information can be found at http://sites.ieee.org/sb-usu/2014/09/29/ieee-member-wins-department-design-competition/#more-2524
Laser pedestrian tracking
A laser scanner is following pedestrians, and an extended target model (line) for each pedestrian is used in the tracking filter. For more information and reference to this movie, use K Granstrom, C. Lundquist, F. Gustafsson, U. Orguner Random Set Methods: Estimation of Multiple Extended Objects IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine, 2013 Karl Granström and Umut Orguner A PHD filter for tracking multiple extended targets using random matrices IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, Pp. 5657 - 5671, Vol. 60, No. 11, November 2012.
Views: 92 Fredrik Gustafsson
Video pedestrian tracking
Groups of pedestrians are tracked using a surveillance camera. Each group is one extended target, and the PHD filter is tracking each group as well as its size. For more information and reference to this movie, use K Granstrom, C. Lundquist, F. Gustafsson, U. Orguner Random Set Methods: Estimation of Multiple Extended Objects IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine, 2013 Karl Granström and Umut Orguner A PHD filter for tracking multiple extended targets using random matrices IEEE Transactions on Signal Processing, Pp. 5657 - 5671, Vol. 60, No. 11, November 2012. Karl Granström and Umut Orguner, Estimation and Maintenance of Measurement Rates for Multiple Extended Target Tracking In Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Fusion, Singapore, July 2012.
Views: 293 Fredrik Gustafsson
Quadrotor Dynamic Obstacle Avoidance and Planning
Carnegie Mellon 16-662 - Spring 2014 - Robot Autonomy Project Advisor: Nathan Michael We implemented an A* planner for 3 dimensions; x, y, and time to account for dynamic obstacles introduced with known future states. A spline path was generated from the series of points to generate a smooth trajectory as a function of time. A MATLAB simulation of quadrotor dynamics was built from scratch from the following reference: Mahony, Robert, Vijay Kumar, and Peter Corke. "Multirotor aerial vehicles: Modeling, estimation, and control of quadrotor." Robotics & Automation Magazine, IEEE 19.3 (2012): 20-32. We then developed software for tuning controller gains with real-time plots and feedback using a MIDI controller to derive optimal gains in Carnegie Mellon's VICON simulation environment. Finally we validated the planner live in the CMU Field Robotics Center. Team Members: Sameer Ansari, Sarah Betzig, Steven Blass, Nathaniel Chapman
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Multi-Sensor Surface Analysis for Robotic Ironing --- ICRA2016
The paper will be presented in IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), Stockholm, May 2016. Author: Yinxiao Li, Xiuhan Hu, Danfei Xu, Yonghao Yue, Eitan Grinspun, Peter Allen (Columbia University) Paper: http://arxiv.org/abs/1602.04918 Related: http://www.cs.columbia.edu/~yli/laundry_robot Abstract: Robotic manipulation of deformable objects remains a challenging task. One such task is to iron a piece of cloth autonomously. Given a roughly flattened cloth, the goal is to have an ironing plan that can iteratively apply a regular iron to remove all the major wrinkles by a robot. We present a novel solution to analyze the cloth surface by fusing two surface scan techniques: a curvature scan and a discontinuity scan. The curvature scan can estimate the height deviation of the cloth surface, while the discontinuity scan can effectively detect sharp surface features, such as wrinkles. We use this information to detect the regions that need to be pulled and extended before ironing, and the other regions where we want to detect wrinkles and apply ironing to remove the wrinkles. We demonstrate that our hybrid scan technique is able to capture and classify wrinkles over the surface robustly. Given detected wrinkles, we enable a robot to iron them using shape features. Experimental results show that using our wrinkle analysis algorithm, our robot is able to iron the cloth surface and effectively remove the wrinkles.
Views: 39618 Yinxiao Li
ICRA2016 - Markerless Perspective Taking for Humanoid Robots in Unconstrained Environments
This video accompanies the paper titled "Markerless Perspective Taking for Humanoid Robots in Unconstrained Environments" presented at IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation 2016
Views: 605 Tobias Fischer
Smart Medicine Box - (Smart medicine-box for elderly people) - Android Speaker app
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Robot creation and shu ha ri in case of snake like robot | Shigeo Hirose | TEDxTitech
Shigeo Hirose, a renowned robot scientist, in his talk presents to us several interesting aspects of snake like robots. He particularly talks about how the principle of shu ha ri can be applied to snake like robots. With 40 years of experience on extreme work-type robots, Shigeo Hirose is an emeritus professor at TiTech and is also known for being the Chief Technology Officer at Hibot, a robotics company based in Tokyo.During his masters program at TiTech, he discovered the propulsive dynamics of snakes, which lead him to the invention of the world’s first snake-like robot. Other than that, he has also created robots that are four-legged, ones that go outer space for planetary explorations, demining robots and many more. Professor Hirose has been a game changing scientist in this field, receiving awards such as Medals of Honor (2006), The Josepth Engelberger Robotics Award (2009), the IEEE Robotics and Automation Award (2004), and a total of more than 70 awards during his career. Not only is he a great scientist, his work has reached out to many fields around the world, leading in the robotics industry that remain progressive in this era. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
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INSB RAS Workshop 12 dec 2015
IEEE North South Student Branch Robotics and Automation Society Organized a workshop on 12th December 2015. This is the first workshop of RAS. This workshop Instructed and Co-operated by Tahzib Mashrik, Baized Shuvo, Taki Uddin, Hasib Zunair and Tanvir. The focus on this workshop is to make autonomous wall follower robot. After the workshop a small competition held where the participants of the workshop participated. This workshop Powered by Robotech Shop.
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Laser bike tracking
A laser is scanning an area where a bike is moving around. The bike is modeled as a stick with a turnable front wheel, and the filter tracks the angle of both the bike body and the turning wheel. In this way, the trajectory can be more accurately predicted, since the intention of the biker is seen from the front wheel motion. For more information and reference to this movie, use K Granstrom, C. Lundquist, F. Gustafsson, U. Orguner Random Set Methods: Estimation of Multiple Extended Objects IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine, 2013 Karl Granström and Christian Lundquist, On the Use of Multiple Measurement Models for Extended Target Tracking Proceedings of the International Conference on Information Fusion, Istanbul, Turkey, July 2013.
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Online Trajectory Planning and Force Control for Automation of Robotic Surgery
"Online Trajectory Planning and Force Control for Automation of Surgical Tasks" Osa, T.; Sugita, N.; Mitsuishi, M. IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering.
Views: 157 Takayuki Osa
Iot Based Smart Farming in Smart Agriculture Monitoring System
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Final Project for Industrial Automation 1
Final Project for Industrial Automation 1. Using a TeachMover Robot Trainer and a Dremel with flex attachment a robot arm was programmed to drill a sequence of 4 holes into a cardboard box. Use of a wooden block was attempted but the robotic arm proved to not provide sufficient power to push the drill into the wood. approximately 26 programmed steps were used to achieve this project. This is a rough unedited version of the video. the video quality has not been sharpened or enhanced to date.
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Robot Surgeons are the Future of Medicine
Share on Facebook: http://on.fb.me/11mi0da DISCLAIMER: Surgical imagery depicted. Not for the easily squeamish! // Medical technology is getting weirder everyday -- in a good way. Robotic surgery and computer-assisted medicine are already doing amazing things right now -- just look at the da Vinci Surgical System! Are you ready to ditch the hospital and buy a robot surgeon for the home? Let's say you have to have a dangerous surgical procedure. Which would you choose? The best human surgeon alive today, or the best robot surgeon from 50 years in the future? Let us know your decision and why in the comments below! -------------------------------------------------------- Subscribe to Fw:Thinking: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=fwthinking For the audio podcast, blog and more, visit the Fw:Thinking website: http://www.fwthinking.com Fw:Thinking on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/fwthinking Jonathan Stickland on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/jonstrickland Fw:Thinking on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/FWThinking01 Fw:Thinking on Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/108500616405453822675/ [TRANSCRIPT]: RoboCop, Robodog, Robo...doctor? Alright, medical technology is getting weirder by the day. But I mean that in a good way. Take the iKnife for example. It's a surgical knife that actually vaporizes tissue, and then analyzes the smoke that comes out so that a surgeon can know if she's cutting into cancerous cells, or healthy margins. Or what about mechanical leeches? They pretty much do what medicinal leeches do, only with less chance of a bacterial infection and a lot less...writhing. There's only so much improvement you can do to a tool before you eventually have to turn your attention to the hand that holds that tool. And that's where robotic surgery comes in. So do you remember the autonomous surgery pod in Ridley Scott's Prometheus? How far away are we from something like that? Well, not as far away as you might think. You see, robotic surgery and computer-assisted medicine are already doing amazing things right now. And the potential for what they could do in the future could change medicine forever! One of the most common surgical robots is the da Vinci line. Da Vinci is focused on translating a surgeon's control movements into direct action upon a patient. So every time a human moves, the robot moves. Unless of course a T-Rex happens to be walking by, in which case the robot actually filters out any of those little hand tremors. So that way you get pure control. No error. Another advantage of robot surgeons is the chance for telesurgery. So lets assume that you're some sort of futuristic penguin research scientist and you're on assignment off the coast of Antarctica, when suddenly you need an appendectomy. But your ship is completely trapped by ice and your ship's surgeon has been, I don't know, kidnapped by ice pirates or something. What do you do? Well essentially you Skype it in. A surgeon on the mainland sits down at a terminal and supervises robotically assisted telesurgery via satellite uplink. Another advantage is minimally invasive procedures. Now see traditional open surgery can leave big scars, they can take a long time to heal, and there's a lot of pain involved in recovery. But what if instead of making a four inch incision in your stomach, we were able to do the same procedure using instruments put through little half-inch holes. Now human doctors have been doing minimally invasive procedures for years, but honestly there's only so much human hands can do through these tiny holes in your skin. But robotic precision means those incisions have gotten smaller and smaller over time. And if we continue through this miniaturization rabbit hole, who knows? Maybe one day there'll be barely a notion of what an in-patient procedure is. Now the future for robotic surgery is wide open. Just take a look at what people have created with the Raven line. This is an open-source robotic surgeon and, sure, it looks like a couple of mechanical spider arms, but the important thing here is research. You see it creates a common platform for people to do experiments which will determine the future of robotic surgery. But beyond all that, instead of just talking about robotic assisted surgeries, lets talk about their full potential. We're talking autonomous robot surgeons. With machine learning, a robot surgeon could potentially study all the information from successful procedures in the past and apply that to learn how to do those procedures in the future. And if they prove to be as good or better than human surgeons, maybe we wouldn't even go to hospitals to have surgery. Instead if you expected to have a surgery, you might buy a robot surgeon for the home, or for the office, or for the spacecraft.
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Robot Makes E-Stop Buttons
"Robotic Assembly of Emergency Stop Buttons," by Andreas Stolt, Magnus Linderoth, Anders Robertsson, Rolf Johansson, from Lund University, Sweden. Presented at 2013 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems (IROS), Tokyo, Japan.
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World's 1st 3D Robotic Sign
MSI TEC partnered with Coca-Cola to produce the world's 1st & largest 3D Robotic Sign for Times Square in N.Y.. Get to know MSI Tec at http://msitec.com/. MSI TEC PROVIDES ENGINEERED SOLUTIONS & PRODUCTS: Engineered Robots / Collaborative Robots (Cobots) Automation & Motion Control Engineered Sub Assemblies Industrial Computers & Networking Universal Robots, Denso, Festo, Omron, Robotiq, Yaskawa
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Top 10  IoT(Internet Of Things) Projects Of All Time | 2018
Read about these projects here: https://etechnophiles.com/top-10-iot-internet-things-projects-can-make-2018/ Subscribe, for more such projects: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCevlfy8fq9tYTx9T77LuLng Projects Link: 10. ARDUINO IOT ROBOTIC ARM http://www.instructables.com/id/Arduino-IoT-Robotic-Arm/ 9. IoT-Toy-Trafficlight http://www.instructables.com/id/IoT-Toy-Trafficlight-Spielzeugampel-/ 8.Raspberry Pi & Arduino Wooden Chess Computer https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6JDS3BiYXg 7. Wolf: IoT Multi-Terrain Quadruped http://www.instructables.com/id/Wolf-IoT-Multi-terrain-Quadruped/ 6. Electronic door lock https://speedysignals.com/2014/05/26/electronic-door-lock-evolution/ 5. IoT Motion Controlled Servos http://www.instructables.com/id/IoT-Motion-Controlled-Servos/ 4.Windows IoT: Facial Recognition Door https://www.hackster.io/windows-iot/windows-iot-facial-recognition-door-e087ce 3.DIY Life-Size Phone Controlled BB8 Droid http://www.instructables.com/id/DIY-Life-Size-Phone-Controlled-BB8-Droid/ 2.Mark Zuckerberg's AI- JARVIS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZGLPxEv_EWo 1.Zelda Ocarina Controlled Home Automation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=glZnkpIDWSE
Robot assisted Cleaning in Office Buildings
In professional office cleaning business, floor cleaning and waste disposal account for 70% of the daily cleaning efforts. Within the research project AutoPnP a Care-O-bot 3 service robot has been enabled for doing these tasks completely autonomously. The video features all steps of the cleaning activities. First, the robot is inspecting the room for trash bins and dirty spots at the ground. Then the found trash bin is grasped, cleared into a collection bin and brought back. Following, an autonomous tool change between robot hand and vacuum cleaner is shown. The attached vacuum cleaner is then used to clean the ground. Publications: R. Bormann, F. Weisshardt, G. Arbeiter, and J. Fischer. Autonomous dirt detection for cleaning in office environments. In Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), pages 1252–1259, May 2013. R. Bormann, J. Hampp, and M. Hägele. New Brooms Sweep Clean – An Autonomous Robotic Cleaning Assistant for Professional Office Cleaning. In Proceedings of the IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), May 2015. Further informationen: http://www.autopnp.com http://www.ipa.fraunhofer.de/en/robot_assistivesystems German version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A_vaDIDyHJY&feature=youtu.be
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Watch this robot draw blood from a patient
Many of the common concerns with giving blood – shaky needles, elusive veins -- may be eased in the near future, thanks to the latest robotic and imaging technologies. VascuLogic, a start-up supported by the NSF Small Business Innovation Research program, is bringing to market a device that aims to make the blood collection process safer and more efficient. The technology uses infrared and ultrasound imaging to identify veins. A robotically controlled needle is then guided into the targeted vein. The whole system is designed to benefit patients and phlebotomists alike. Learn more: vasculogic.com/
Human-Aware Robotic Assistant for Collaborative Assembly
Summary of paper titled "Human-Aware Robotic Assistant for Collaborative Assembly: Integrating Human Motion Prediction With Planning in Time" by Vaibhav V. Unhelkar, Przemyslaw A. Lasota, Quirin Tyroller, Rares-Darius Buhai, Laurie Marceau, Barbara Deml, and Julie A. Shah. You can read the full paper here: http://interactive.mit.edu/human-aware-robotic-assistant-collaborative-assembly-integrating-human-motion-prediction-planning Citation: Unhelkar, V. V., Lasota, P. A., Tyroller, Q., Buhai, R. D., Marceau, L., Deml, B., & Shah, J. A. (2018). Human-aware robotic assistant for collaborative assembly: Integrating human motion prediction with planning in time. IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters, 3(3), 2394-2401.
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HRP2 Novela in la Halle aux Grains October 2012
Show with dancer Tayeb Benarama and the humanoid robot HRP-2 October 2012. For scientific details please look at https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-012222387 Dancing Humanoid Robots: Systematic use of OSID to Compute Dynamically Consistent Movements Following a Motion Capture Pattern Oscar Efrain Ramos Ponce, Nicolas Mansard, Olivier Stasse Christophe Benazeth, Sovannara Hak, Layale Saab, IEEE Robotics and Automation Magazine, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, 2015, 22 (4), pp.16 - 26.
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Position Based Visual Servoing (PBVS) Simulation
Simulation of standard Position Based Visual Servoing - written in M-file MATLAB - assume ideal object pose estimation Chaumette, F., & Hutchinson, S. (2006). Visual servo control. I. Basic approaches. Robotics & Automation Magazine, .... Retrieved from http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpls/abs_all.jsp?arnumber=4015997
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Mobile Mapping Indoors and Outdoors with Zebedee
Zebedee is a handheld 3D mobile mapping system developed at CSIRO. The primary sensor is a 2D Hokuyo lidar scanner which measures the distances to surfaces in the environment (43200 samples per second). A simple spring mechanism is used to convert the natural motion of the operator into scanning sweeps that result in a 3D field of view. CSIRO's specialized software interprets the raw data to estimate the motion of the scanner and generate a 3D point cloud model of the environment. As seen in the video, the system is capable of large-scale mapping of a wide variety of environments ranging from built to natural scenes. Typically, the time it takes to map an environment is the time it takes to walk through it. For visualization purposes, the point clouds shown in this video contain only 9 percent of the points from the full point cloud. Publications describing the technology: [1] https://db.tt/lUIKVWXD or http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/TRO.2012.2200990 M. Bosse, R. Zlot, and P. Flick, "Zebedee: Design of a Spring-Mounted 3-D Range Sensor with Application to Mobile Mapping", IEEE Transactions on Robotics, 28(5), October 2012. [2] https://db.tt/V31Qepgj or http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/ICRA.2013.6630945 M. Bosse and R. Zlot, Place Recognition Using Keypoint Voting in Large 3D Lidar Datasets, IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA), May 2013. The datasets from the video are available at http://dx.doi.org/10.4225/08/5137014E577DC LiDAR News magazine article: http://www.lidarnews.com/PDF/LiDARMagazine_VariousAuthors-CSIRO_Vol2No4.pdf A New Scientist article (with video) describing a cave mapping trip: http://www.newscientist.com/article/mg21628954.700-in-search-of-the-worlds-oldest-cave-etching.html A previous video demonstrating Zebeede can be found at: http://youtu.be/Uj9BKcnXOyo Further information: http://wiki.csiro.au/display/ASL/Zebedee Music: Blue Lights by Beat Under Control (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/1.0)
This is the Awards Ceremony for the IEEE Harry Rowe Mimno Award given to the Best Published Paper in a year in the IEEE Aerospace and Electronics System Magazine. The ceremony was held in April, 20014 in Istanbul during the IEEE Educon Conference.
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Killer Robots are Coming! Weekly News Roundup
Tonight we will look at the disturbing trends of AI used in actual war machines. This and more tech news at 9:00 EST If you would like to support the channel, you can check out my Patreon page: https://www.patreon.com/TomM Merch: shop.switchedtolinux.com We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for us to earn fees by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites. The following is the equipment used by Switched to Linux: Amazon Store - http://amzn.to/2oFr4Wa Logitech c920 - http://amzn.to/2nlUCXN Logitech c615 - http://amzn.to/2ohO7u6 Privacy https://www.cnbc.com/2018/04/05/facebook-building-8-explored-data-sharing-agreement-with-hospitals.html?__source=sharebar%7Ctwitter&par=sharebar https://www.theverge.com/circuitbreaker/2018/4/5/17202952/amazon-alexa-announcements-broadcast-every-echo https://arstechnica.com/science/2018/04/woman-takes-ancestry-com-dna-test-learns-her-real-dad-is-her-moms-doctor/ https://www.axios.com/exclusive-grindr-security-chief-on-hiv-disclosure-b5a64fdb-8c1d-4a08-a94e-67506d4a0d0b.html https://spectrum.ieee.org/automaton/robotics/home-robots/fribo-a-robot-for-people-who-live-alone https://www.abacusnews.com/digital-life/police-qingdao-tell-shops-and-restaurants-use-government-approved-wi-fi-router/article/2140455 Evil Tech https://www.theverge.com/2018/4/5/17202664/mindbody-system-outage-classpass-fitness-apps-down https://arstechnica.com/cars/2018/04/theres-growing-evidence-teslas-autopilot-handles-lane-dividers-poorly/ https://www.theverge.com/2018/4/3/17192002/ai-job-loss-predictions-forecasts-automation-oecd-report https://www.nytimes.com/2018/04/04/technology/google-letter-ceo-pentagon-project.html https://www.theverge.com/2018/4/4/17196818/ai-boycot-killer-robots-kaist-university-hanwha Bad Business https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2018/04/centurylink-fights-billing-fraud-lawsuit-by-claiming-that-it-has-no-customers/ https://www.usatoday.com/story/money/media/2018/04/02/sinclair-defends-itself-over-uproar-after-local-news-anchors-read-anti-false-news-screed/477531002/ http://www.businessinsider.com/amazon-closes-users-accounts-customers-fight-back-2018-4 https://www.azcentral.com/story/news/local/phoenix/2018/04/06/fbi-raids-backpage-founders-sedona-home-website-down/494538002/ Breech https://krebsonsecurity.com/2018/04/panerabread-com-leaks-millions-of-customer-records/ https://www.reuters.com/article/us-delta-air-cyber-24-7-ai/sears-holding-delta-air-hit-by-customer-data-breach-at-tech-firm-idUSKCN1HC089?utm_campaign=trueAnthem:+Trending+Content&utm_content=5ac5ab0004d3015b09b97dbd&utm_medium=trueAnthem&utm_source=twitter https://risnews.com/best-buy-hit-second-security-breach Really? https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2018/04/dhs-defends-media-monitoring-database-calls-critics-conspiracy-theorists/ https://arstechnica.com/tech-policy/2018/04/fcc-wont-reveal-the-secrets-behind-ajit-pais-anti-net-neutrality-dance-video/
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Smart Home Automation & Security System Using Arduino, PIR Sensor and Camera with SMS Alert
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A robot simulating smart port logistics and transportation systems
This Ground Robot is developed by a team of undergraduate and graduate students at ACCESS Laboratory, TECHLAV Center. The team attended the IEEE SoutheastCon 2016 Hardware Competition. The developed robot simulates a smart port system to manage routing and transportation of the goods at a cargo port. This robotic system will automatically detect and identify different shipping containers and goods on a barge which are strategically placed in a harbor field. Correct shipping goods then will be picked up and transported to the correct shipping zone, to be further transported by a boat, by rail or by truck.
"Disasters: Robots, Computing, and Informatics," Robin R. Murphy
Unmanned ground, aerial, and marine vehicles have been used at over 46 disasters since 2001 and offer the potential to transform emergency response, recovery, and prevention. However, disaster robotics is not really about robots but more about the data that they provide. This webinar will introduce participants to the phases of disaster response and summarize the missions where unmanned systems have been used. The remainder of the webinar will be divided into two parts. One part will discuss computing challenges for increased intelligent control of the platforms, describing the missions for which autonomous capabilities appear the most useful. Intelligent control also involves advances in human-robot interaction as human error was responsible for 50% of the mission-terminating failures reported between 2001 and 2013. The second part of the webinar will discuss the emergency informatics challenges of extracting, delivering, displaying, and supporting analytics of relevant information. For example, the 2015 Memorial Day weekend floods in Texas illustrate the extreme scales associated with even “small” disasters. The flooding in the Blanco River region, one of four major regions impacted, spanned four counties and 412 miles2. Over 20 local and state agencies were involved, plus an equal number of search teams with small UAVs. A single 20-minute UAV flight produced roughly over 800 images totaling 1.7GB. There were over a dozen platforms flying daily for two weeks as well as Civil Air Patrol and satellite imagery. The primary data source for situation awareness and for searching was imagery, highlighting the need for computer vision. By the end of the webinar, participants should have a high level understanding of what really goes on at a disaster, how robots and computing are being used, and the open research questions for unmanned systems and computer science in general. Presenter: Robin R. Murphy, Texas A&M University; Recipient of 2014 ACM Eugene L. Lawler Award Robin R. Murphy is Raytheon Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at Texas A&M University and directs the Center for Robot-Assisted Search and Rescue (CRASAR). She received a B.M.E. in mechanical engineering, a M.S. and Ph.D in computer science in 1980, 1989, and 1992, respectively, from Georgia Institute of Technology. She has over 150 publications on artificial intelligence, human-robot interaction, and robotics including the Introduction to AI Robotics and Disaster Robotics, which won the 2014 PROSE honorable mention for engineering and science writing at the American Publishers Awards. An IEEE Fellow and a founder of Roboticists Without Borders, she has worked in disaster robotics research and deployment since 1995. Murphy has inserted ground, air, and marine robots at 19 disasters world-wide including the 9/11 World Trade Center disaster, Hurricane Katrina, and the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear accident. Her numerous professional awards include the Motohiro Kisoi award (Japan), the AUVSI Foundation Al Aube award, and the 2014 ACM Eugene L. Lawler Award for Humanitarian Contributions Within Computer Science and Informatics. She has been declared an “Innovator in AI” by TIME, an “Alpha Geek” by WIRED Magazine, one of the “Most Influential Women in Technology” by Fast Company, and one of the Top 25 Doers, Dreamers and Drivers for 2015 by Government Technology Magazine. Moderator: Ani Hsieh, Drexel University M. Ani Hsieh is an Associate Professor in the Mechanical Engineering & Mechanics Department at Drexel University. She received a B.S. in Engineering and B.A. in Economics from Swarthmore College in 1999 and her Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Pennsylvania in 2007. Her current work in the Scalable Autonomous System Laboratory at Drexel University focuses on bridging the gap between geophysical fluid dynamics, nonlinear dynamics and control, and distributed multi-agent robotic systems. She is the recipient of a 2012 Office of Naval Research (ONR) Young Investigator Award and a 2013 National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER Award.
William Lumpkins, IEEE Senior Member, talks about Artificial Intelligence in the Home
William Lumpkins is an IEEE Senior Member, IEEE 1874 Working Group Chair, IEEE Consumer Electronics Society Standards Chair, IEEE Consumer Electronics Society Magazine Associate Editor, here he talks about Artificial Intelligence in the home, Japanese Tech culture/marketing, Tech politics and more.
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Restaurant Service Robot
Restaurant Service Robot designed by Human-Robot Research Center in KAIST, Korea
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Kiva Systems Orange Week 2012 Robot Contest
Kiva Systems bot builder Team #2 (The Pod Wranglers) during Orange Week 2012.
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