News

Space AGE Space - Elderly Care in a Digitally Connected World
Chair Interviewed by Real Estate Journal
Moderation of BuildTech Excellence Forum
New life/care concepts
Plenary Talk at EU Interegio Conference baltse@nior in Poznan
Teleoperation of robotic excavator in Saga from Tokyo 11th January 2020
Kick off New Research Center Advanced Technology University of Tokyo "Inclusive Design"
Keynote at Kick Off Symposium for New "Inclusive Design Research Center" at the University of Tokyo
REACH presented at world largest gerontechnology conference + exhibition: GIES
Chair gives keynote at architectural institute of Japan on architectural regenesis by robotics
Chair heads panel for 3rd International VDI Conference on Smart Construction Equipment December 3-4, 2019, Munich, Germany
Chair presents construction robotics at ”NORTHERN FINLAND BUILDING DAY 2019 - NEW INNOVATIONS AND BUILDING MODELS”
br2 at Danish Bavarian Workshop on Robotics/ICT in Horizon 2020
CEN-CENELEC Standards + Innovation Award 2019 goes to Dr.-Ing. Thomas Linner
Design Action 2030: Sustainable Development for Our Future Society 2nd International Forum of Sino-German Industrial Design Innovation Research School at Hubei University of Technology, Wuhan, China
Chair gives Plenary Talk at IEEE, arso Conference on social Robotics in BIT Beijing, China
BCA Delegation from Singapore at br2 on 25th october 2019 for future construction robotics roadmap 2030
Chair Keynote on Robotic City Moscow
Chair Contributes : "Robotic Construction/Health Space" for MSRM@work
Visiting Researcher MR. Kinoshita Presents EU Project Hephaestus at SCR in Kitakyushu

 

Construction Robotics Laboratory


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Prof. Bock is involved in more than 10 flexible prefabrication systems, 50 individual construction robot systems, 30 automated building construction and deconstruction (urban mining) sites, predominantly in Japan, Singapore, USA, France, Germany, Netherlands and Scandinavia. Since 1990, a multitude of automated high-rise sites have been operated by various Japanese companies in Asia. .Also in European construction firms flexible site-automation systems have adopted nowadays.

Most of these achievements were obtained by highly experimental research approaches. Therefore the Construction Robotics Laboratory and the Teleconstruction Site in Garching are designed as an experimenting laboratory, i.e. an "Incubator". Incubators are used in innovation science and the R&D-industry to specifically generate inventions or to systemize the invention process. In the Construction Robotics Laboratory students and researchers can experiment with robotic systems and mechatronics in the field of building production and Ambient Assisted Living (AAL). The Construction Robotics Laboratory provides a fully equipped mechatronics workshop and supervision by the Chair staff. While in many projects simple design models are having priority, in the Construction Robotics Laboratory more complex functional demonstrators or experimental superstructures are implemented. The scale of the implementation is task-related. The Construction Robotics Laboratory imparts basics of the systematic development of demonstrators.

The "One to One scale" robotically fabricated components can be further verified on the Teleconstruction Site thus closing the research and development value chain. Recently, a Korean Post Doc researcher, developed at the Construction Robotics Laboratory technologies which are now in use by Samsung Construction. In 2011, Korea's first automated construction site adopted, under the supervision of the Chair for Building Realization and Robotics, the chair's concept of Robot Oriented Design. Due to foreign student apartment shortage 50 temporary "habitec" units will be installed on the teleconstruction site for our chairs masterstudents by "ROD"(Robot Oriented Design) and "DCD"(Demografic Change Design) rules as ambient assisted living site.

Advisors along with our workshop technicians, provide their support to the students, concerning the realization of given or personal projects.