The first part of the day contains pitches from knowledge institutions and companies on safety topics relating to:
- Cobots: Barriers for implementing collaborative solutions
- Mobile robots: Safety beyond the laser scanner
- Drones: Safely flying an unsafe drone and breaking down barriers to widespread use of drones
The day ends with a keynote speaker and a Q&A in plenum to round off the day.
The event is arranged by The Danish Technological Institute (DTI), DTU Compute, The Southern University of Denmark (SDU) and Aalborg University (AAU) - in the context of RoboCluster. All presentations will be conducted in English.
A strong soup cube of robotics safety knowledgeThe Danish Technological Institute is through projects such as COVR, SafeCOP, and KUGLE involved in a variety of cutting edge safety projects in industry and academia.
SDU has through projects such as HealthDrone, TeamPlay, SAFE, and FreeD and consultancy on SORA (specific operations risk assessment) a thorough understanding of what it takes to fly drones BVLOS (beyond visual line of sight) – both from a legal and technical point of view.
DTU Compute has through SafeCOP built a strong portfolio of tools for systematic handling of robot safety.
AAU has strong interdisciplinary knowledge on safety in both industrial and professional service systems.
It is this vast body of work on safety accumulated over the last years we would like to condense in to one single Robotics Safety Day.
Time and place
September 30th 2020 at 09:00-15:30
Danish Technological Institute
5230 Odense M
The Innovation Network RoboCluster is funded by the Ministry of Higher Education and Science and the Region of Southern Denmark.
Har du faglige spørgsmål, så kontakt:
- Mads Mathiesen
- +45 72201183