Review – Agenda 2017
RoboUniverse Conference & Expo - Seoul - Day 1 - Wednesday, June 28th, 2017
Worries that AI will replace human jobs were heightened when people saw the result of the 'Baduk Match' between 'Alpha Go' & Mr. Lee Sae-Dol last year. Also, Microsoft's AI personality,’TAY’, caused controversy because of its' racial comments. These developments are discussed in the context of how to make Robots and AI meet human ethical standards.
JeonJu city in Korea, develop a new kind of dynamic Drone Sports which is Drone Soccer. Drone Soccer will be a triger to promoting Drone Market & Industry. The Mayor of JeonJu City Mr. Kim Seung-Soo will give a presentation the future of Drone Market with Drone Soccer.
Robots & drones are set to change manufacturing and logistics market for physical goods. AI is improving the applicability of machine vision, such as autoamted 3D scanning, in Quality Control (QC). Also, autonomous drones with vision can improve space utilization and 3D rendering of the warehouses. This session will focus on the application of AI in industrial markets.
AI is the core technology for Industry 4.0, AI services have already become part of our everyday life: customers speak to AI at call centers, get investment and property management advise from Robo Advisors... At this moment there are various AI technologies serving our lives. This session will cover various AI services & technologies are currently available.
- Predict the traffic by AI (Speaker: Baik Seung-Tae, Blusignal)
- Analyse the human's mental state through AI (Speaker: Choi Sun-Hee, Geulbangen)
Chatbots might be one of the easiest & most familiar channels for us to experience AI technologies, and a core technology that dramatically improves human-machine communication because Chatbots are able to collect real communication data. We will explore various chatbot services that are available today.
The lines between consumer electronics and consumer robotics is blurry. For example, at the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, the list of robotics companies exhibits has grown to over 400. Furthermore driverless cars, drones, exo-skeletons, 3D printers and virtual-reality systems are examples of robots that have a consumer focus. This talk highlights observations of this phenomena. This is given in the context of an Age of Acceleration characterized by deep learning, cloud-computing, and artificial intelligence. The talk serves to suggest pathways for roboticists and their design and development endeavors.
As we enter the age of service robotics, we can see a variety of approaches attempting to fill many different types of roles. This panel will provide an informative outlook on these developments and explore industry trends for the service robotics market.
- Robotic Trolley (Spoken by Omorobot)
- Personal Tutor (spoken by Circulus)
- robotic trolley (Spoken by Omorobot)
- personal tutor (spoken by Circulus)
Robots are increasingly specialized for the tasks they are deployed to do in numerous industries, this is the same for agriculture. Agricultural robots need specialized technologies, some robots need to manage the life cycle of crops, others need fast & accurate technologies for harvesting. This session focuses on agricultural robotics which will make farming more efficient.
- Robotic Calf Feeder (Dawoon)
- AG Drones for Crop dusting (Metarobotics)
- AGV for managing products (Hanho Tech)"
Core Materials & Technologies for Electric Mobility (e-bike, e-Scooter, e-Motercycle etc) and trend. Moreover, Transmission technology for EV which comes into the spotlight these days.
The quest to develop accessible exoskeletons suggests less hardware and more emphasis on the ingenuity and creativity during the design process. This talk will describe an accessible medical exoskeleton recently developed in Berkeley and globally commercialized by suitX.
Phoenix is a modular exoskeleton for personal and at-home use for those seeking medical rehabilitation to allow mobility. Phoenix’s modular system allows the user to independently put on and remove each piece as desired. It weighs only 12.25kg. To date, a top speed of 0.5 miles per hour has been recorded by a Phoenix user. On a single charge, Phoenix can walk for 4 hours continuously or 8 hours intermittently. Phoenix is adjustable for different-sized users and can be easily configured to fit individuals’ specific needs.
RoboUniverse Conference & Expo - Seoul - Day 2 - Thursday, June 29th, 2017
Mooreland Partners will provide insights into the “technology revolution” that is driving the robotics industry and the impact on M&A, investment activity and capital markets, China, and more. Attendees will walk away from this session with a more comprehensive understanding of the industry, and investments in automation, robotics and drones.
During this session, attendees will be shown real cases of the usage of Drones based on Industry 4.0 and application on Millitary & Defense industry. This session also provides the future of Millitary drones and uavs.
Attendees will be provided very useful informations for UTM (UAV Traffic Management).
UAV / Drone technology is increasingly accessible and easy to work with, which means anyone with a good idea has a chance at building a solution….including youth. This panel of promising young businessmen are an inspiration to all.
- My Journey for Drone (Spoken by Harshwardhan Zala, 14 years old)
- How to win the World Racing drone championship (Spoken by Kim Min-Chan, 15 years old)
- Generation Innovation: Founding a Startup in High School (Spoken by Mohammed Nasir, 18 years old)
This presentation focuses on the importance of adopting Safety Management Systems (SMS) into professional organizations that operate Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) to enhance operational safety, minimize risk, and increase mission readiness. A UAS
Safety Management System (SMS) is a systematic way of identifying hazards and implementing controls while maintaining efficiency and increasing reliability of UAS technology. The learning objectives of this educational session are derived from the aviation industry’s time honored safety management practices. Participants will identify how safety management practices enable an organization in the UAS space to improve the quality of operations and the culture of pilots and operators.
Highly Reliable Organizations (HRO) succeed in avoiding catastrophes in an environment where normal accidents can be expected due to inherent risk factors (examples include: unreliable technology, minimal redundancy, automation dependency). All UAS organizations have an obligation to ensure their flight activities are safe for the people, property, and aircraft around them. By effectively employing industry best practices for SMS, the UAS organization establishes a framework to identify hazards and implement controls, implement effective crew resource management across all levels of the organization, correct irregularities in reporting and training, and establish continuous improvement programs.
Which Kind of technologies you need to add value on your Drone? Even if Drone's flight technology looks easy to imitate, it's not enough make your drones more valuable. You can find innovative technologies which will upgrad your drones than before
- Rapid Charging System for Drones (Spoken by TWOMI)
- Bird Control (Spoken by Clear Flight Solutions)
- Mine Detection and clearance (Spoken by Aerobotics7)
When we think about various educational systems around the world, we often do not see opportunities for entrepreneurship and potentially world-changing ideas. We need to rethink the way we approach education to be more hospitable to great ideas—ideas that could improve the very fabric of society. Mohammed explores his journey as founder of Drones For Humanity, as well as resources and opportunities that could help other young founders in the future.