While deepening the networking of Austrian robotics institutions, the ARW2021 had an emphasis on the topic of sensor technology
Venue: Haus der Ingenieure, Vienna
Date: June 10-11, 2021
A specific goal was to strengthen the cooperation between academia and industry.
Contribution and participation from industry were strongly encouraged.
• Realistic Sensor Simulation
• Robot Sensing and Perception
• Sensor Modelling and Calibration
• Sensor Reliability
• Near-Field Sensors in Robotics
• Robot Modelling
• Software Design & Architecture
• Estimation, Diagnosis and Learning
• Mobile and Service Robots
• Field and Rescue Robots
• UAV, UGV, Autonomous Systems
• Human Robot Interaction, Usability
• Planning and Reasoning
• Applications in Industry and Education
Reliable sensor technology is increasingly becoming a key element for a successful robotics solution
equally in the industrial sector as well as in the mobile robotics sector, where only sensors could enable successful navigation and thus
represent a further step towards reliable autonomous robots.
The workshop is organized under the auspices of UAS Technikum Wien.
The workshop will be supported by GMAR – Gesellschaft für Mess-, Automatisierungs- und Robotertechnik, by the
IEEE Robotics and Automation Society Austrian Chapter, and by the IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Austrian Chapter.
Wilfried Kubinger, UAS Technikum Wien
Markus Vincze, TU Wien
Mathias Brandstötter, Joanneum Research & Christian Schöffmann, University of Klagenfurt
Alexander Numrich, GMAR
The workshop was supported by
- Bundesministerium für Klimaschutz, Umwelt, Energie, Mobilität, Innovation und Technologie
- Österreichischer Verband für Elektrotechnik
- GMAR – Gesellschaft für Mess-, Automatisierungs- und Robotertechnik,
- IEEE Robotics and Automation Society Austrian Chapter,
- the IEEE Instrumentation and Measurement Austrian Chapter.