Activities / News

Upcoming Talk: "Energieeffiziente und privatheitsbewußte Anfragebearbeitung in Sensornetzen" by Prof. Klemens Böhm

Please have a look at the coresponding Event for details.

Website of Darmstadt Rescue Robot Team launched

At gkmm.de/rescue you can find detailed information about the Darmstadt Rescue Robot team, which was established within the Research Training Group.

Darmstadt Rescue Robot Team at Robocup German Open

Darmstadt Rescue Robot Team successfully participated in the Robocup German Open Rescue League 2009.

RoboCup RescueLegue emerged to one of the standard benchmarks in the field of search and rescue robotics with focus on autonomy and mobility.

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Upcoming Talk: "Communication Networks in Control: New Dimensions of Complexity", Frank Allgöwer

Host:  Prof. Dr.-Ing. J. Adamy
 Time / Location:

Darmstadt Rescue Robot Team accepted for participation in RoboCup Rescue World Championship

The Darmstadt Rescue Robot Team will participate in the RoboCup World Championship in Graz, Austria, from June 29 - July 5 2009.

A total of 23 teams were accepted in the first round, some more teams may be added after regional competitions.

Upcoming talk: "Towards integrated visual analysis of dynamic scenes", Konrad Schindler

Host: Prof. Schiele
Time/Location: See Event
Topic:

Talk by Konrad Schindler

 

Title: Towards integrated visual analysis of dynamic scenes

 

Upcoming Talk: " FrameComm: Framelet Based Communication for Wireless Sensor Networks", Dr. Utz Rödig, Lancaster University

Time/Location:
Thu, 26.3.2009, 10:00h, S306/348

Title:
FrameComm: Framelet Based Communication for Wireless Sensor Networks

Abstract:
Wireless sensor nodes employ a duty cycle to conserve
energy. To implement a duty cycle a sensor node constantly switches
the communication transceiver between listen and sleep state. If a
listen/sleep cycle of the receiver is known a sender can transmit a
trail of identical packets, called framelets, of which the receiver is

Talk: "Middleware for Wireless Sensor Networks: From Tunnel to Towers - and Back", Prof. Gian Pietro Picco, University of Trento

Date: 18.02.2009 13:30
Location: S2 02|C120
Topic:

"Middleware for Wireless Sensor Networks: From Tunnel to Towers---and Back"
Prof. Gian Pietro Picco,
University of Trento, Italy