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ACROS.AI - the brain of intelligent and mobile robots

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ACROS.AI - how the brain of intelligent robots works

ACROS.AI stands for Advanced Cooperative Robot Operating System, powered by A.I. It is a modular software toolkit for developing and operating advanced and cooperative robots in uncertain and dynamic environments. It provides flexibly configurable apps on industrial standard that are tailored to the specific needs of robot or AGV manufacturers in various industries.

Dr. Moritz Tenorth, CTO at Magazino will introduce you in this 30 minutes webinar into the operating system of the Magazino robots, the different tools for robot developers and how you could use ACROS.AI for your own AGV or robot project. 

More about ACROS.AI on our website: https://www.magazino.eu/products/acros-ai/?lang=en

AGENDA

  • Introduction
  • What is ACROS.AI and why did Magazino develop it?
  • How does ACROS.AI help to develop, operate and service advanced robots?
  • How can you use specific parts of ACROS.AI in your own AGV or autonomous robot? 
  • Q & A - Time for your questions

Presenter

Dr. Moritz Tenorth

Moritz Tenorth is the CTO at Magazino. After spending several years in robotics research, he previously worked as robotics consultant for Siemens Novel Businesses.
During his research at TU München, the CMU Robotics Institute in Pittsburgh, the ATR in Kyoto, and the University of Bremen, he investigated how autonomous manipulation robots can be equipped with Artificial Intelligence methods, in particular knowledge representation and reasoning capabilities. He published more than 50 articles and conference papers in robotics and AI.
Moritz Tenorth obtained a diploma in Electrical Engineering from RWTH Aachen University and a PhD in Computer Science from TU München.
Presenter

Stefan Niggl

Executive Assistant & Business Development at Magazino GmbH