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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
Chair gives Talk on Construction Robotics at JSPS
Chair Delivers Opening Keynote at Kogakuin University on Gerontech and AI
VidéosACE Workshop 2019
Carbon Concrete Composite-Eroeffnungsvortrag: "Roboterisierte Industrialisierung"
Mission Possible: 20/80: 20 Years of Robotic Industrialization for 80% Public Housing Ownership Singapore
Prof. Bock joins editorial board of "Robotics" (ISSN 2218-6581)which is a peer-reviewed, international journal presenting state-of-the-art research in the area of robotics, and is published quarterly online by MDPI
Dr Linner heads ISO TC 314 for a first working draft of a new standard for dementia-inclusive communities
Cambridge University Press "construction Robotics" 5th volume "Ambient Integrated Robotics" published
REACH Behavior Change Techniques Workshop successfully held in Munich
br2 Education of former MSc Advanced Construction Building Technology and Research Lab for Ambient Integrated Robotics as Model: New OIT Robotics+design Faculty established
How Robots are making Life and Work easier
Dr.Ing. T.Linner Chairs a Subcommittee of ISO TC 314 at 2nd Penary Meeting
Dr.-Ing T. Linner cocreates ISO TC 314
In May 2019, the 11th newsletter of the ZERO-PLUS project has been released
br2 presents research at Forum Bois in Epinal, France:" La robotisation pour la préfabrication et la mise en oeuvre en rénovation
Chair as Speaker on Latest Construction Robotics Applications in Kuala Lumpur
br2 Beitrag bei Leipziger Fachtagung Betonbauteile: "Automatisierte Fertigung und robotorisierte Montage, Instandhaltung, Um- und Rückbau von Fassaden"

 

Ubiquitous Live Support Systems(uli's²-Lab)


Together with the Chair for Philosophy and Theory of Science the Chair for Building Realization and Robotics founded the Ubiquitous Live Support Systems - Lab(uli's²-Lab). It is hosted at the Chair's Robotics Laboratory, at the Faculty of Architecture. The laboratory deals with applications, strategies and basic philosophies, related to the upcoming challenges associated with the integration of advanced technologies (production technology, ICT, microsystems technology, mechatronics, automation, robotics, personal assistance technology), in daily human living.

The human being is the only living organism which steadily uses "tools". We have used tools to cultivate our land, grow our food, build up cities and communication infrastructures – tools are the basis for phenomena as culture and globalization. Some even argue that tools (and especially the wealth they are able to create for a huge amount of people) are the basis for today's global spread of freedom and democracy. Especially in ageing societies, aforementioned mechatronics and robotic power assisting "tools", might transform our way of thinking about how to utilize robot technology. A multitude of robotic devices able to restore, support, augment, and supplement human abilities has been developed up to now. In order to support a systematic development of future concepts, new application scenarios and technologies within our built environment, the uli's²-Lab conducts researches and develops through a highly interdisciplinary approach strategies and technologies, in order to support and augment human abilities.