RoboticLab

RoboticLab projects

Selected projects developed by students of the TH Wildau within the telematics studies (Bachelor and Master). Completed projects as well as still ongoing development and research projects.

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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.

Pepper Quartett

Pepper Quartett

We had the opportunity to welcome four Pepper robots to our laboratory recently and developed a choreography for all of them. The result is impressive.

The dance is a self-creation (including programming) by Julia Reinke and Victoria Bathe from the Telematics program. As you can see, every robot has its own head.

Having an espresso with Wilma

Having an espresso with Wilma

Dirk Wissen has conducted an interview with Wilma (in German) in the library of the TUAS Wildau for the current issue of the journal BuB: Forum Bibliothek und information. The issue focuses on automation and robotics in libraries. Wilma gives detailed information on essential questions about tasks, beings and the future of humanoid robots.