Wandelbots democratizes robot programming. We enable everyone to program and run an industrial robot using wearables and smart teaching devices. Robotics will become faster to start with, more flexible to operate while being much more cost-efficient.
The technology is a demonstration-based approach that works with all robot manufacturers and also integrates internal as well as external sensors into the control of the robot. The algorithm is using machine learning and artificial intelligence to create a robot independent description of the task to be done, called a skill, by making use of all data available at the teaching process as well as previous optimization algorithms. Based on that, robot specific adaptive control is generated and executed on the taught robot but can also be transferred to robots, which are physically able to do the task. Our technology directly talks to the PLC. The TracePen can be used for all process-/path-based applications as a means to teach the robot, but additional ways to interact, e.g., for pick-and-place applications are available as well. With the TracePen, an accuracy of 0.5mm can be achieved, which then can be further optimized via a tablet-based UI. The whole framework is agnostic of the robot as well as of the input device. However, the input device is important to lower the entry barrier and get rid of any robot-specific knowledge necessary for the user.
Fast and life-saving medical delivery to remote regions Worldwide with autonomous Wingcopter eVTOL drones.
Wingcopter is an award-winning German tech company based in Darmstadt, Germany focusing on the innovation, development, production, and distribution of highly efficient industrial UAVs. The UAVs fly electrically and can vertically take off and land (eVTOLs), which allows them to fly long distances horizontally with an optimal payload. They are designed as multifunctional platforms to attach payloads for a wide range of aerial applications and services. The company / product name "Wingcopter" (patented) epitomize the perfect combination of a fixed-wing and multicopter for the best drone in the World in its class.
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- Healthcare & Life Sciences
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- Automotive & MaaS
- Smart Automation
- Disruptive Social Innovation
|Date and time||17th October, 2019|
|Venue||Ensō – The Space for Creators|
80807 Munich, Germany
- If you have any question about the Munich contest , Please contact the following partner.
- Christian Arnheiter
Start-up Collaboration Program / CTO-Team
- Kotaro Zamma
- Head of Section of Open Innovation
and Business Incubation
NTT DATA Corp.
Having worked in NTT DATA for nearly three decades, Zamma knows the IT industry of Japan inside out, and firmly believes that open innovation will revitalize his company and the industry.
As the head of Open Innovation and Business Incubation, he directs biannual contests and monthly forums to find and introduce promising startups to business units and customers of NTT DATA, and runs programs that put the partner startups on the fast track to proof-of-concept and new business.
- Kaz Okada
- Senior Expert
Open Innovation and Business Incubation
NTT DATA Corporation
Kaz Okada is a Senior Expert in Open Innovation and Business Incubation section of NTT DATA Corporation, which is Japan's largest systems integrator, and he is responsible for globalizing NTT DATA's open innovation program.
His career started as a network engineer serving NASA and the Japanese space agency, but he has also worked as a software engineer at Microsoft in Seattle. He then moved to Washington, DC where he came across countless innovations both as a Manager of Research and Business Development and as a Visiting Fellow of CSIS, which is a top think tank in the United States.
His diverse and international experience makes him an ideal consultant for open innovation, and he is now leading the globalization of NTT DATA’s open innovation program.
Mr. Okada earned his Master of Science from George Washington University School of Business in 2006.