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RoCKIn@Work in a Nutshell

2014

Technical Report

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The main purpose of RoCKIn@Work is to foster innovation in industrial service robotics. Innovative robot applications for industry call for the capability to work interactively with humans and reduced initial programming requirements. This will open new opportunities to automate challenging manufacturing processes, even for small to medium-sized lots and highly customer-specific production requirements. Thereby, the RoCKIn competitions pave the way for technology transfer and contribute to the continued commercial competitiveness of European industry.

Author(s): Ahmad, A and Amigoni, A and Awaad, I and Berghofer, J and Bischoff, R and Bonarini, A and Dwiputra, R and Fontana, G and Hegger, F and Hochgeschwender, N and Iocchi, L and Kraetzschmar, G and Lima, P and Matteucci, M and Nardi, D and Schiaffonati, V and Schneider, S
Number (issue): FP7-ICT-601012 Revision 1.2
Year: 2014
Month: March
Day: 31

Department(s): Perceiving Systems
Bibtex Type: Technical Report (techreport)

Institution: RoCKIn - Robot Competitions Kick Innovation in Cognitive Systems and Robotics

BibTex

@techreport{AhmadAABBBDFHHIKLMNSS2014,
  title = {RoCKIn@Work in a Nutshell},
  author = {Ahmad, A and Amigoni, A and Awaad, I and Berghofer, J and Bischoff, R and Bonarini, A and Dwiputra, R and Fontana, G and Hegger, F and Hochgeschwender, N and Iocchi, L and Kraetzschmar, G and Lima, P and Matteucci, M and Nardi, D and Schiaffonati, V and Schneider, S},
  number = {FP7-ICT-601012 Revision 1.2},
  institution = {RoCKIn - Robot Competitions Kick Innovation in Cognitive Systems and Robotics},
  month = mar,
  year = {2014},
  month_numeric = {3}
}