In the exhibition “Die Roboter” (“The Robots”), DASA Dortmund is presenting the past, present and future of collaboration between humans and robots
In its current special exhibition “Die Roboter”, running in Dortmund from 21 November 2015 to 25 September 2016, the DASA Working World Exhibition is demonstrating how intelligent systems and machines influence our lives and work. The exhibition opens up fascinating insights into the world of robotics and the human-machine-collaboration. Such an exhibition would naturally be unthinkable without the LBR iiwa sensitive lightweight robot from KUKA.
Experiencing robots with all senses
The DASA Working World Exhibition in Dortmund is an unusually designed experience in which you can see and hear the exhibits as well as getting directly involved in the action. At DASA, in an area equivalent to one-and-a-half soccer pitches, twelve exhibition units are waiting to be discovered with a wide range of exhibits, experiment stations and multimedia elements representing scenarios from the world of work.
Among the things to be seen are automatons from centuries gone by, film excerpts, automatic milking machines for dairy farms, self-propelling lawnmowers and robotic cats as a substitute for cuddly toys in nursing homes. Five different areas deal with the past, present and future of humans and machines. On display are around 200 objects from around the world. The exhibition is suitable for adults, young people and families with children aged 10 years or over.
Further information about the robotics exhibition program.