Alabdulkarim: Industrial Robot Applications: from Challenges to Safety

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in-person: B19, Hall 1; virtual participation: Zoom

Industrial Robot Applications: from Challenges to Safety

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Advance robot industrial applications require robots to become aware of their environments and surroundings. Many advances in research made collaborative robots able to interact with other robots or humans; interactions involve robots that work together with other robots or humans, or are aware of their existence in the environment, as well as their actions. This talk focuses on Mobile-Manipulator robots, and their safety constraints and considerations. In addition, the talk covers solutions that could be implemented to tackle logistic and industrial problems


Arwa Alabdulkarim is a Senior Researcher and the Head of the Spatial Artificial Intelligence Lab at the National Center for Robotics and Internet of Things Technologies, King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology (KACST). She holds a Master in Science degree in Artificial Intelligence from the University of Edinburgh. Her Research Interests fall under Robot Vision, Navigation and Control.

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