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RoboCup@Home Team ToBi competes at the German Open in Kassel

Veröffentlicht am 18. April 2024

Roboter Tobi enters the arena at the RoboCup German Open in Kassel.
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This week the Robocup@home team ToBi of the Faculty of Technology of the Bielefeld University is competing at the German Open in Kassel. The team consists of seven students and three scientists from CITEC. Leroy Rügemer from the COSY@Home-Lab leads the team. Dr.-Ing. Sven Wachsmuth, head of the COSY@Home-Lab, organises the @Home competition as a league chair.  The competition started yesterday and the team was able to prepare for the tests today and tomorrow.  This included capturing a map of the arena, recognising furniture and learning new objects and their names.  The challenges for the robot today - on the first day of the competition - include storing groceries, welcoming guests, carrying a person's luggage, and understanding general service requests. The competition ends with the finals on Saturday.

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Team ToBI is back home from the RoboCup World Cup in Bordeaux

Veröffentlicht am 29. September 2023

Team ToBI presents a RoboCup@Home demonstration 
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On Sept. 28, our RoboCup@Home team ToBI celebrated its homecoming event. The team demonstrated to the CITEC audience what the robot achieved at the world cup in Bordeaux, back in July. In the demonstration the robot served as a party host welcoming guests, serving crackers, and cleaning up. After a 5th place in the @Home Open Platform League in 2023, we are looking forward to the next year, 2024 in Eindhoven.  

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Tags: robocup citec

Open sesame: best student teams honoured using SSI technology for opening doors

Veröffentlicht am 26. September 2023

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Open sesame. On Sep 25, the best three student teams of the software engineering project at Bielefeld University in the summer term 2023 were honored by the project partners Deutsche Telekom IT & T-Labs. In an exciting cooperation semester between the DT IT/Chapter Fullstack & T-Labs and the Faculty of Technology & CITEC, the students developed a web app using SSI technology for opening doors.


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Tags: teaching

RoboCup@Home Team ToBI achieves 5th place in RoboCup World-Cup in Bordeaux

Veröffentlicht am 10. Juli 2023
From July 4 to July 9, The RoboCup@Home Team of Bielefeld (ToBI) participated with a team of 10 Bachelor and Master students of the Faculty of Technology at the RoboCup WorldCup in Bordeaux, France. The team was lead by Leroy Rügemer and PD Dr.-Ing..Sven Wachsmuth from the COSY@Home-Lab. The Bielefeld team started together with 14 competitors from all over the world in the Open Platform League and achieved a great 5th place in the competition.[Weiterlesen]
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Tags: robocup tobi

Human-Robot Collaboration in Future Homes

Veröffentlicht am 6. Juli 2023

A kick-off workshop at the end of June brought together all the project partners from research and industry at the CITEC research center, who will spend the next three years investigating how a robot can help in the kitchen. As part of the technology network it's OWL, the project is being funded by the state of North Rhine-Westphalia with 1.04 million euros. Of this amount, 276,000 euros each will go to three subprojects at Bielefeld University in the areas of intelligent systems, neuroinformatics and digital linguistics.

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RoboCup@Home team ToBI meets with SUTURO team at University of Bremen

Veröffentlicht am 3. April 2023
Last week in March, our RoboCup@Home team ToBI (Team of Bielefeld) visited the University of Bremen for a preparation event for the RoboCup WorldCup 2023 in Bordeaux.[Weiterlesen]
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Robots learn to work side-by-side with humans

Veröffentlicht am 31. Januar 2023
When humans and robots work together on cooperative tasks, each partner needs appropriate space to act. The new DFG project SEMIAC explores perceptual and behavioral strategies of a mobile robot which considers implicit non-verbal signals of a human collaborator for its own navigation and acting. SEMIAC stands for Semantic Environmental Models for Implicit Action Coordination with humans. The joint DFG project with University of Magdeburg started in December 2022 and is funded for three years. While Madgeburg focusses on the perception and interpretation of interaction-relevant features (head and body poses, facial expressions, scene context), in Bielefeld this is combined with adaptive robot behaviors considering human intentions. The overall goal of the project is to reduce interruptions and interaction breakdowns in the close collaboration between humans and robots.  
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RoboCup@Home Team ToBI qualifies for RoboCup 2023 in Bordeaux

Veröffentlicht am 15. Januar 2023
CITEC's RoboCup@Home team ToBI (Team of Bielefeld) - consisting of 12 Bachelor and Master students of the Faculty of Technology - prepares for the RoboCup 2023 in Bordeaux, France.[Weiterlesen]
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