[robotics-worldwide] [Meetings] Invitation to ROS-Industrial Conference in Stuttgart, Germany

Reiser, Ulrich Ulrich.Reiser at ipa.fraunhofer.de
Mon May 26 23:51:17 PDT 2014

Invitation to the following event:


ROS-Industrial Conference and Consortium Europe kick-off

June 26, 2014

Fraunhofer IPA, Stuttgart, Germany

Conference Objectives
The objective of the ROS-Industrial conference is to bring together representatives from academia and industry to exchange experiences on application development with ROS and clarify the needs of industry with respect to ROS-Industrial. The participants have the opportunity to obtain most recent information on current activities, already achieved results and future goals of the ROS-Industrial community.

Conference Topics:


- Developments, Trends, Technologies in the ROS-Industrial community

- Examples of successful transfer of ROS components established in research into industrial applications

- Current ROS-Industrial Projects (hosted by the ROS-Industrial Consortium so far)

Target Audience
The conference addresses in particular system integrators that aim at providing flexible, economic and manufacturer independent automation solutions, ROS-Industrial developers in research and industry, executive personal of small and medium enterprises as well as R&D divisions of larger companies in the field of automation, logistics and production.



-        Urko Esnaola, Tecnalia

-        Andrija Feher, Synapticon GmbH

-        Clay Flannigan, Southwest Research Institute

-        Joshua Hampp, Fraunhofer IPA

-        Gijs van der Hoorn, TU Delft Robotics Institute

-        Berend Küpers, ALTEN Nederland

-        Fabrizio Romanelli, Comau S.p.A. Robotics

-        Dirk Thomas, Open Source Robotics Foundation

-        Elisa Tosello, University of Padova

-        Florian Weißhardt, Fraunhofer IPA

General Chair


Martin Hägele, Fraunhofer IPA

Session Chair


Ulrich Reiser, Fraunhofer IPA


Register for ROS-Industrial conference until June 18, 2014:


Looking forward to meeting you!

Best Regards,
Ulrich Reiser

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