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  • Title: RoboEarth
    Descriptive info: .. RoboEarth 4th Year Demonstration.. By.. Mohanarajah Gajamohan.. On.. January 13, 2014.. Leave a Comment.. In.. Uncategorized.. After four years of research, we will be showcasing RoboEarth through a demonstrator that includes four robots collaboratively working together to help patients in a hospital.. These robots will use RoboEarth as a knowledge base, communication medium, and computational resource to offload some of their heavy computation.. Do not miss this great event!.. Date and time.. : January 16, 2014, 14:45~.. Location.. : Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands (.. http://goo.. gl/maps/PYwxA.. ).. Please register (mandatory) for free.. at.. gl/pezjRB.. For a detailed information on the schedule and the location click.. here.. Contact:.. Barry van der Meer.. (press),.. René van de Molengraft.. (scientific lead).. Laurens Schrijnemakers.. (organization).. Special Issue on Cloud Robotics and Automation.. Markus Waibel.. November 3, 2013.. RoboEarth is co-organizing a Special Issue on Cloud Robotics and Automation in the Journal IEEE Transactions on Automation Science and Engineering (T-ASE).. Important Dates.. Call for Papers: October 24, 2013.. Deadline for Paper Submission: January 31, 2014.. First Review: May 01, 2014.. Final Review: September 01, 2014.. Publication: January 2015.. For more information, have a look at the.. Cloud Robotics and Automation Call for Papers on the T-ASE website.. RoboEarth@ROSCon 13.. July 1, 2013.. We presented RoboEarth  ...   in-depth article about robot mapping in the cloud.. on.. Robohub.. Successful workshop at the European Robotics Forum 2013.. March 24, 2013.. The RoboEarth team organized a.. Cloud Robotics Workshop.. at the eu Robotics Forum, 19-21 March, Lyon, France.. The event was very well received.. For more information, have a look at the first part of the workshop, featuring local and remote talks from Moritz Tenorth (TU Bremen), Alper Aydemir (KTH Stockholm), Séverin Lemaignan (LAAS-CNRS), Ibrahim Volkan Isler (University of Minnesota, remote), M.. Ani Hsieh (Drexel University, remote), Guoqiang Hu (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, remote), Matei Ciocarlie and Kaijen Hsiao (Willow Garage, remote), Shuichi Nishio (ATR Japan, remote), and Ken Goldberg (UC Berkeley, remote):.. Note: Echo is gone after the first 2min.. You may also want to have a look at the.. archived Cloud Robotics workshop page.. Previous Entries.. What is RoboEarth ?.. What is Cloud Robotics?.. Motivation.. Project Scope.. Publications.. Press.. RoboEarth Software Components.. Blog.. Collaborators.. Committee.. Contact.. Special Issue.. Submission Deadline.. : March 01, 2014.. First Review.. : May 01, 2014.. Final Review.. : September 01, 2014.. Publication.. : January 2015.. For more information visit.. T-ASE (Cloud Robotics - Special Issue).. Funding.. Part of the.. Cognitive Systems and Robotics Initiative.. from the European Union Seventh Framework Programme FP7/2007-2013.. Newsletter.. Google Groups.. Subscribe..

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  • Title: RoboEarth 4th Year Demonstration
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  • Title: Mohanarajah Gajamohan
    Descriptive info: Posts by:.. Do not miss this great event!.. [.. ].. Continue Reading.. Rapyuta: The RoboEarth Cloud Engine.. February 18, 2013.. News.. It is our pleasure to announce the first public release of Rapyuta: The RoboEarth Cloud Engine.. Rapyuta is an open source cloud robotics platform for robots.. It implements a Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) framework designed specifically for robotics applications.. Rapyuta helps robots to offload heavy computation by providing secured customizable computing environments in the cloud.. Robots [..

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  • Title: Uncategorized
    Descriptive info: Currently viewing the category:.. "Uncategorized".. Call for Papers: October 24, 2013 Deadline for Paper Submission: January 31, 2014 First Review: May 01, 2014 Final Review: September 01, 2014 Publication: January 2015.. For more information, have [.. in-depth article [.. For more information, have a look at the first part of the workshop, featuring local and remote talks from Moritz Tenorth (TU Bremen), Alper Aydemir (KTH Stockholm), Séverin Lemaignan (LAAS-CNRS), Ibrahim [..

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  • Title: Special Issue on Cloud Robotics and Automation
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  • Title: Markus Waibel
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  • Title: RoboEarth@ROSCon’13
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  • Title: Mapping using the RoboEarth Cloud Engine
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  • Title: Rapyuta: The RoboEarth Cloud Engine
    Descriptive info: Rapyuta: A Platform-as-a-Service framework for Robots.. From Rapyuta: The RoboEarth Cloud Engine.. Jump to:.. navigation.. ,.. search.. Rapyuta, a.. k.. a.. the RoboEarth Cloud Engine, is a Platform as a Service framework for robots.. The figure below gives a simplified overview of the Rapyuta framework: Each robot connected to Rapyuta will have a secured computing environment (rectangular boxes) giving them the ability to move their heavy computation into the cloud.. In addition, the computing environments are tightly interconnected with each other and have a high bandwidth connection to the RoboEarth knowledge repository (stacked circular disks).. System Overview.. The RoboEarth Cloud Engine, aka Rapyuta, is a platform as a service (.. PaaS.. ) framework for robots.. The framework is built upon a clone based model [1].. Each robot connected to the RoboEarth Cloud Engine will have a system level clone on the cloud giving them the ability to move their heavy computation into the cloud.. In addition, the system clones are tightly (high bandwidth) interconnected providing a useful platform for muti-robot deployments.. The system level clone is implemented using.. linux containers.. , a light weight virtual mechanism.. Therefore the terms [container] and [clone] will be used interchangeably in the documentation.. Communication with the robots happens over the.. websocket protocol.. , providing a full duplex communication channel between the robot and the cloud with predefined.. messages.. In the current release (alpha) the RoboEearth Cloud  ...   mapping on the cloud.. April 10, 2013.. | Rapyuta presented in invited talk at the ICRA 2013.. workshop on long-term autonomy.. , Karlsruhe, Germany.. Select Press Coverage.. USA Today.. | April 24, 2013 |.. Don't fear the robo-apocalypse, yet: Column.. IEEE Spectrum.. | March 12, 2013 |.. | Cloud Robotics Engine Goes Live with Rapyuta Service.. WIRED.. | March 11, 2013 |.. | Wikipedia für Roboter geht online.. Phys.. org.. platform for robots launched.. PC Mag.. | March 10, 2013 |.. | Global Internet for Robots Comes Online.. BBC.. | March 08, 2013 |.. | Web-based brain for robots goes live.. D.. Hunziker, M.. Gajamohan, M.. Waibel, R.. D'Andrea, 'Rapyuta: The RoboEarth Cloud Engine', IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation (ICRA) 2013 - accepted - (.. pdf.. |.. bib.. Retrieved from ".. http://rapyuta.. org/index.. php?title=rapyuta-the-roboearth-cloud-engine oldid=818.. ".. Personal tools.. Log in.. Namespaces.. Page.. Discussion.. Variants.. Views.. Read.. View source.. View history.. Actions.. Search.. Navigation.. Main Page.. Getting Started.. Rapyuta 101.. Install.. Usage.. Tutorials.. Barcode Tutorial.. Development.. API.. Issue Tracker.. Communication Protocol.. Developer Resources.. Roadmap.. Applications.. Mapping (ETHZ).. Support.. Google Group.. Contact Us.. Bugs.. Toolbox.. What links here.. Related changes.. Special pages.. Printable version.. Permanent link.. This page was last modified on 28 December 2013, at 14:16.. This page has been accessed 44,202 times.. Content is available under.. Apache License, Version 2.. 0.. Privacy policy.. About Rapyuta: The RoboEarth Cloud Engine.. Disclaimers.. Google+..

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  • Title: Successful workshop at the European Robotics Forum 2013
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  • Title: Cloud Robotics Workshop
    Descriptive info: Cloud Robotics Online Knowledge Bases, Web Services, and the Cloud.. THIS IS A PAST EVENT.. This page is maintained for archival purposes.. EVENT SUMMARY, FOLLOW-UP.. The first part of this workshop (local and remote talks) is archived on Youtube (see below).. The tutorial of the second part (hands-on) will be made available shortly.. Meanwhile, have a look at the documentation and tutorials at the.. RoboEarth Cloud Engine s pages.. ARCHIVED PAGE:.. The following two-part workshop was held at the.. euRobotics Forum 2013.. , 19-21 March, in.. Lyon, France.. Current Date and Time:.. Part 1 (Talks).. Time: Wednesday, March 20, 2013, 16:00-18:00 CET.. Location: European Robotics Forum 2013, Track 5, Room Rhone 3B and.. broadcast live on this webpage.. (please refresh your browser).. Detailed schedule.. 16:00-16:15.. Moritz Tenorth.. , TU Bremen.. 16:15-16:30.. Alper Aydemir.. , KTH Stockholm.. 16:30-16:45.. Séverin Lemaignan.. , LAAS-CNRS.. 16:45-16:54.. Ibrahim Volkan Isler,.. University of Minnesota (remote), and.. M.. Ani Hsieh.. , Drexel University (remote).. 16:54-17:03.. Guoqiang Hu.. , Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (remote).. 17:03-17:12.. Matei Ciocarlie.. and.. Kaijen Hsiao.. , Willow Garage (remote).. 17:12-17:21.. Shuichi Nishio.. , ATR Japan (remote).. 17:21-17:30.. Ken Goldberg.. , UC Berkeley (remote).. 17:30-17:50 Questions and panel discussion.. Part 2 (Hands-on).. Time: Thursday, March 21, 2013, 08:30-10:30 CET.. Location: European Robotics Forum 2013, Track 2, Room Rhone 1.. This second part is a hands-on session that familiarizes users with RoboEarth and the RoboEarth Cloud Engine.. Important notes:.. Registration requested..  ...   of a World Wide Web for robots a large database that allows robots to upload, store, and share their knowledge about objects, environments, and actions at different levels of abstraction.. This database enables robots with potentially different hardware and software to download, use, and improve shared knowledge.. The recently released RoboEarth Cloud Engine now complements the RoboEarth databases with computational capabilities and allows web services dedicated to robots.. Creating such robot cloud services entails new scientific challenges:.. What existing cloud services for humans can be leveraged for robotics?.. Can we create services for tasks such as reasoning in an uncertain world or semantic knowledge?.. What architectures provide the optimal trade-offs between content aggregation and caching vs.. accessibility and scalability vs.. response time for robotics applications?.. To what extent can existing IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS resources be used for robotics?.. What are useful metrics and optimal trade-offs between on-board computation and the use of cloud services?.. The attendee will come away with an understanding of the current status and challenges of Cloud Robotics along with an experience of how to use RoboEarth as a knowledge base and a computational resource.. Registration.. To attend Part 2 of this workshop (Hands-On with the RoboEarth Cloud Engine), please register by sending an email to Mohanarajah Gajamohan, gajan@ethz.. ch.. Organizers.. , ETH Zurich.. Oliver Zweigle.. , University of Stuttgart.. Alexander Perzylo.. , Technical University of Munich.. Mohanarajah Gajamohan, gajan@ethz.. Markus Waibel, mwaibel@ethz..

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