2011-2021 - Austrian Robotics Workshop

Go to content
ARW 2021
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.



Topics
• 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


Focus
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.







Organization
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.



Committee
Workshop Chair:
Wilfried Kubinger, UAS Technikum Wien     
Program Chair:
Markus Vincze, TU Wien
Workshop Co-Chairs:
Mathias Brandstötter, Joanneum Research & Christian Schöffmann, University of Klagenfurt
Web Chair:
Alexander Numrich, GMAR


Sponsoring
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.
History
Created by GMARobotics
Back to content