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KIT and FZI Present Humanoid Robots and Algorithms

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology along with FZI Research Center for Information Technology will present a humanoid robot, with new algorithms and 3 D visualizations, at the CeBIT in Hanover.

The ARMAR robot reacts to language and gestures of persons and orients itself independently in the kitchen.

At the CeBIT, ARMAR, the humanoid robot will be showcased. This kitchen robot is capable of easy-adaptation to a human environment. The robot learns the chores by watching the human activity through the sensors. ARMAR can understand the commands and performs independent operation by easily moving across the kitchen. It can execute functions involving counters, refrigerators, and dishwashers.

A large-area 3D video wall will also be displayed at the CeBIT, representing the virtual world. It illustrates 3-D visual processing of data with models of the heart, lungs, and even with Karlsruhe city area prototype. This virtual processing enables surgeons to determine a virtual model of cardiac operation prior to execution. It also facilitates the scientists to detect pollen grain concentrations with the help of virtual city models.

An innovative platform is being established at the FZI House of Living Labs (HoLL), to comprehend the economic and versatile solutions for the forthcoming complex energy system. The Energy Management Panel (EMP) at CeBIT represents a graphic interface that links the decentralized energy management system and the communication between the user and the building. These data provides information to the users about the energy flows in the building.

At the CeBIT, FZI will present the security advantages in hybrid cloud computing.. FZI developed an analysis and simulation method that enables fabrication of an optimized cloud strategy according to the customer’s requirement. Audriga, developed by FZI and KIT enabling safe relocation of groupware data in the cloud will be demonstrated at CeBIT a solution.

The CeBIT will also showcase the agile, two-armed service robot called House of Living Labs intelligent Escort (HoLLiE) developed by FZI.

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