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Picked by a robot: Behavior Trees for real world robotic applications in logistics

Guglielmo Gemignani
Data dell'evento: 
Lunedì, 19 March, 2018 - 16:00
Via Ariosto 25, Aula magna
Daniele Nardi

Developing robots able to carry out tedious jobs is one of the goals that our society has been long envisioned to achieve.
Sharing this vision, in the past few years Magazino GmbH (https://www.magazino.eu/?lang=en) has developed Toru, a fully autonomous robot able to successfully fulfill real world logistic tasks alongside humans.
In this seminar we will present the problems faced by Toru and discuss how, through the exploitation of the Behavior Tree formalism, such a goal could be achieved.

Bio sketch
After being awarded his PhD from our Department, Guglielmo Gemignani  joined Magazino GmbH, where he is currently Team Leader Behaviors & Reasoning,


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