ICT Competences for SME in Industry 4.0

Project Information
Funding Agency State of Lower Saxony, Germany
My Role Principal Scientist
Project Website http://www.ikimuni.de
Duration September 2016 to December 2019
Institution OFFIS Institute for Information Technology

My role in the project

I work on markerless full-body human motion tracking and localization in industrial environments and activity recognition for human-robot collaboration.

I co-supervise a small number of doctoral students in the area of robotics and perception. I also develop new projects and contribute to the strategic development of the OFFIS institute in this area.

Executive Summary

IKIMUNI is a large 3-year R&D project. The main goal to support smaller and medium enterprises in their transition to Industry 4.0. OFFIS will offer ICT knowledge as well as tools and methods for the integration and test when companies digitize their products and production.

Related Papers

U. Gruenefeld, T. Stratmann, L. Prädel, M. Pfingsthorn and W. Heuten. BuldingBlocks: Head-mounted Virtual Reality for Robot Interaction in Large Non-Expert Audiences. 4th Workshop on Public Space Human-Robot Interaction (PubRob 2018) at MobileHCI 2018, September 2018.
C. Lins, S. Müller, M. Pfingsthorn, M. Eichelberg, A. Gerka and A. Hein. Unsupervised Temporal Segmentation of Skeletal Motion Data using Joint Distance Representation. 11th International Conference on Health Informatics (Healthinf 2018), January 2018.
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