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RoboticLab

Robots in residence

Humanoide robots on tour in europe

Since summer 2020, two NAO robots, GAIA and NaoMI, have been traveling through Europe on different routes - each month they visit a different city. This exciting project of the Goethe-Institut in Munich is part of the project “Generation A = Algorithmus - Nachdenken über Künstliche Intelligenz”, which aims to bring the discussion about Artificial Intelligence to broader social classes. The RoboticLab is responsible for preparing the NAO robots and providing technical support on their travels.

Roboter hört mit!  © Stadtbücherei Frankfurt
RoboticLab

Roboter hört mit!

Reading NAO now also in use in the libraries in Frankfurt am Main

The NAO robot Ada of the public library in Frankfurt am Main had its first use as a reading robot (press release). A tour through the city's public libraries is planned. RoboticLab is happy about the lively and exciting cooperation with the team of the Frankfurt public library.

Report in the Hessenschau from 20.04.2021

 

©Valentin Schröter
RoboticLab

ROS-E Table Robot

ROS-E is a current research project of the RoboticLab team, a completely in-house development. A robot used by students in project work and internships to adapt and expand hardware and software as required. ROS-E is still a rough prototype yet made of a wooden frame, in the next few months it will get a new 3D-printed housing. The vision is to use ROS-E as a social robot buddy in the future.

 

CampusLab

iCampus Wildau develops web-based tools and information structures on the Wildau campus. This includes, for example, tools for internal process optimisation as well as mobile and desktop applications for guests, staff and students.

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Thesis planner

Thesis planner

The Thesis Planner digitally maps the application process for theses at the TH Wildau from the application to the further examination process. The system is connected to other administrative processes, it is used in all departments. Extensions are evaluated on an ongoing basis.

Campus exploration

Campus exploration

Campus exploration is a stand-alone web-based application for panoramic tours that allows insight into the campus, laboratories and facilities. The platform integrates event-related information, theme-based tours and allows location- and theme-specific entry.

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Module catalogue

Module catalogue

Study modules for all individual degree programmes are coordinated centrally in the module catalogue. Responsibles for programmes and modules create and change modules via an administrator panel. The contents of all modules can be output and serve as a reference for display in the timetable.

Unidos Wildau

Unidos Wildau

The perfect companion for everyday life at the TH Wildau - for students, staff and visitors. In four sections the app offers library services, timetables, personalised messages, campus tours and much more.

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Campus search

Campus search

As a room and person search, the campus search includes all employees as well as facilities, seminar and laboratory rooms. The application is both integrated in Unidos Wildau and available as a desktop app.

Timetable

Timetable

The timetable and examination schedule is a new development with an optimised and user-friendly interface. With role management and other features, timetable data is available both as an integrated view on the university website and in the Unidos app.

RoboticLab

Experiences with robots at the TH Wildau and also internationally show that students are particularly highly motivated in such projects and that learning successes are significantly better.

The NAO robot platform from the French company Aldebaran Robotics is used worldwide in teaching and research. It enables a quick introduction to working with NAO robots and provides the basis for complex research and development projects.

 

 

 

As a helper in the household, as a writing or transport aid or for support in the therapeutic field - the areas of application with humanoid robots are diverse. We present selected projects from the RoboticLab.

©Valentin Schröter

ROS-E Table Robot

ROS-E is a current research project of the RoboticLab team, a completely in-house development. A robot used by students in project work and internships to adapt and expand hardware and software as required. ROS-E is still a rough prototype yet made of a wooden frame, in the next few months it will get a new 3D-printed housing. The vision is to use ROS-E as a social robot buddy in the future.

Pepper als Assistent in der Hochschulbibliothek der TH Wildau

Pepper as library assistent

Im Rahmen einer hochschulinternen Zielvereinbarung unter dem Titel „Pepper4Library“ wurde der Pepper-Roboter Wilma für den Bibliothekseinsatz bis 2018 vorbereitet und ist aktuell für Informationsdienste und Bibliotheksführungen im Einsatz.

Children's University 2019

Children's University at TUAS Wildau

Am 10. November 2018 ging es in der Kinderuniversität um Roboter und Programmierung. Schüler/innen im Alter von 8 bis 12 Jahren konnten dieses Mal die Welt humanoider Roboter erkunden und lernen, wie diese programmiert werden.

Im Fokus standen die Roboter Pepper und NAO, die sich über mangelndes Interesse nicht beschweren konnten, sodass die Vorlesungslänge von 45 Minuten gut verlängert werden können.

 

Unidos Wildau Institute

The Wildau Institute for Mobile Information and Assistance Systems offers development of individual mobile software applications for colleges and universities as well as for other public institutions, especially for libraries.

Referenzen aus dem Unidos Wildau Institut