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Webinar: Are robots our friends?

Want to stay up to date with the latest trends in logistic process automation? Curious to know how to enhance the efficiency of your material handling operation? If so, we are delighted to bring you the Vanderlande Connects webinar series. In each episode, we will discuss the latest developments in our industry, and assess how our solutions can help to secure your competitive position.

Our first webinar – ‘Are robots our friends?’ – will be taking place on 4 February 2021 at 11:00 (CET). Owing to Vanderlande’s close links to the Eindhoven University of Technology, we are proud to present our keynote speaker Professor Maarten Steinbuch, who will discuss how the lessons learned from ‘robot soccer’ can be applied to autonomous vehicles in logistics and industrial applications. Click here to read more or register now. We look forward to welcoming you to Vanderlande Connects!

 

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About the webinar

Moore’s law, i.e. the doubling of computing power every two years, is chasing us with its exponential rate of change. This enables fast developments in sensor technology, AI computing and in robotics and automotive. Our group is world champion in soccer playing robots. The question is when will they be better than humans? And what will happen if we would make mixed teams, like the cobots in industry? What we learn with playing robot soccer is also applicable to service robotics for care at home, and to autonomous guided vehicles for agriculture, logistics and industrial applications. We teach our robots to navigate, but when will robots start to teach us? Are humans in the end necessary?

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About Maarten Steinbuch

Maarten Steinbuch (born 1960 in Zeist, NL) is a high-tech systems scientist, entrepreneur and communicator. He holds the chair of Systems & Control at Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e), where he is Distinguished University Professor. The research of his group spans from automotive engineering (with a focus on connected cars and clean vehicles) to mechatronics, motion control, and fusion plasma control. He is most known for his work in the field of advanced motion control and mechatronics, as well as in robotics for high precision surgery. Steinbuch is a prolific blogger and a key opinion leader on the influence of new technologies on society.

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