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Robotics at DFKI Bremen 2009

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Published on Mar 26, 2009

This video shows different projects from the robotics group of the DFKI Bremen.

The DFKI Robotics Research Group, headed by Prof. Dr. Frank Kirchner, develops mobile robot systems which are able to solve complex tasks on land, under water, in the air or in space. These design concepts benefit from the variety of nature: climbing/walking four-, six-, or eight-legged robots, snake-like underwater vehicles, and two-armed transport robots resemble patterns from a natural environment, combining advantages of new materials with successfully evolved forms of locomotion and forms.
Benefiting from the basic application-oriented research of the Robotics Group at the University of Bremen headed by Prof. Frank Kirchner, scientists at the Robotics Lab develop applicable solutions for underwater robotics, space robotics, logistic, production, and consumer (LPC), Search and Rescue (SAR) systems, security robotics, and cognitive robotics.
In the framework of direct industrial orders or publicly funded joint projects, the Robotics Research Group designs and realizes intelligent, cognitively adequate robot systems as well as entire complex, integrated systems for a variety of applications, focusing on a rapid transfer of results of basic research into real-world applications.
The German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI GmbH) with facilities in Kaiserslautern, Saarbrücken, and Bremen and a project office in Berlin is the largest research center in the field of artificial intelligence worldwide.

For more information please visit: http://www.dfki.de/robotik

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