On 4 March the SAS Open D[N]A Café taps into the world of robotics and intelligence. Host Arthur de Crook will take you on a voyage populated by task-oriented robots and emerging intelligent robotic systems.
His first two guests are Jaimy Siebel, managing director of RoboValley, and communications specialist Joost van de Loo.
They will discuss how the trend of robots leaving the factory floor to work amongst people, is now focusing minds in the cognitive robotics community: How do we make collaboration as healthy and productive as possible?
Then, SAS will put its spotlights on a water quality project that participated in the TU Delft Minor Robotics and partnered with SAS D[N]A Lab: Project Krill. Two of its team members, Pablo Rodrigo and Calvin Terpstra, will show you the journey Krill has undertaken and the evolution of their work: from task-oriented grabbing robots towards a distributed environmentally intelligent system with several communicative robots.
Join the SAS D[N]A Lab Café from 16:30 – 17:30 CET via Teams. Feel free to invite your network too.