Research to Explore the Challenges of
The Cobotics collaboration project will explore the challenges of building safe, secure and effective Human-to-Robot workflows. Ensuring proper control and execution of these "cobot" workflows and understanding their information requirements is central to maximizing the potential of robot-human collaboration.
"Robotics has reached a stage where the value that robots provide can be
significantly amplified by enabling them to truly collaborate with
humans. Developing the right models and algorithms for that
collaboration, while paying careful attention to safety and
cybersecurity will define the next phase in the robotics field. CA has
the experience and our researchers have the deep technical expertise
that can help inform this evolution," said
The project has jointly been funded by Tekes, the
"We believe that collaborative robotics is the fastest growing area in the domain of robotics and we believe that our expertise in communications, policy management, security and visualization will enhance the project," says Berkes.
The first phase of the project is predicted to conclude at the end of
"Engaging in truly international collaboration with reputed companies,
"Collaborative robotics are seen as a relatively new area within
information technology. The NSF CVDI Cobotics is a project where
research and development of next generation technologies in augmented
intelligence, artificial intelligence, data science, machine learning
including visual analytics and other disruptive technologies enable and
enhance development in well-being, happiness and productivity at work.
For several years we have been collaborating in research with
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