In the context of order picking, a distinction between person-to-goods (P2G) and goods-to-persons (G2P) is made. While the degree of automation in state-of-the-art G2P solutions is quite advanced, P2G order picking is still labour and resource intensive. As P2G order picking is advantageous for many practical scenarios, increased automation shall be achieved by introducing robots that support the humans. These collaborative robots should demonstrate similar levels of flexibility and have similar perceptive and motoric capabilities as their human "colleagues". In project P10, fundamental learning and perception concepts will be developed, enabling flexible collaboration between human and robot.
Supervisor and assignment
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Norbert Bartneck, Production Engineering and Production Economics Department, Ulm University of Applied Sciences
Prof. Dr. Martin Baumann, Institute of Psychology and Education (Human Factors), Ulm University
Prof. Dr. Heiko Neumann, Institute of Neural Information Processing, Ulm University
Prof. Dr. Christian Schlegel, Institute of Computer Science (real-time systems, service robotics), Ulm University of Applied Sciences
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For questions regarding the Post Graduate School of Ulm University and Ulm University of Applied Sciences, "Cognitive Computing in Socio-Technical Systems", please contact the project leaders Prof. Dr. Manfred Reichert and Prof. Dr. Christian Schlegel.
Dr. Christian Schlegel
Ulm University of Applied Sciences
Department of Computer Science
Prof. Dr. Manfred Reichert
Institute of Databases and Information Systems
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