As part of the Industrial Technology Conference (ITC) series, 'The Future of Mobile Warehouse Robots' is aimed to give you valuable insights into indoor navigation technologies for Autonomous Mobile Robots (AMRs) and Automated Guided Vehicles (AGVs).
In warehousing and logistics environments, productivity demands are rising from people and from robots. The 'traditional' AGV is being upgraded and so-called AMRs (Autonomous Mobile Robots) are entering the stage. Robots become smarter and more flexible in their routing and deployment, indoor and outdoor. The current technology- and price level of sensors and software to control these robots is maturing and improving the business cases of the underlying logistic concepts.
This conference features speakers from NVIDIA, Ouster, Xsens, SICK and RLS who will share insights about the technology and applications of AMRs.
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Sales Executive for the industrials and robotics Market at Ouster (EMEA), Nicolas has worked for innovative companies in imaging Sensor and semiconductors chips for the past decade before joining ouster. Nicolas holds a Master degree in Engineering in microelectronics/semiconductors.
Thomas Moessner build up great experiences in the fields of Logistics Automation and Material Handling as a Technical Industry Manager at SICK AG since 2013. With his constant focus on innovation and comprehensive portfolio development for Storage & Conveyor, Courier, Express & Parcel (CEP) and Retail industries, he took over the responsibility for the competence field of Material Handling in the Technical Competence and Innovation team at SICK in 2018. Since 2016 he is a member of the core team for agile developments for mobile platforms. He took over the responsibility for the strategic design and customer-centric product development of LiDAR Localization software in 2020. As Strategic Product Manager for LiDAR-LOC - a software solution for contour based localization for all kinds and sizes of mobile platforms (AGV, AMR,…) - he continuously develops software business within the business field of mobile platforms for SICK.
Nejc Recelj is the product manager for the Linear/Ring magnetic encoder systems at RLS, including the recently launched SpinCo and HiLin products. Ring encoders are widely used in the AGV industry. Prior to his current position, he was product manager for the OnAxis product line and R&D engineer working primarily with FPGAs. All in all, he has a broad range of skills and abilities in electrical engineering, sales, business development and team management.
Fabian Girrbach designs and develops multi-sensor fusion algorithms extracting the meaning of motion sensor data for Movella, formerly Xsens Technologies. After his Master's degree in embedded systems engineering at the University of Freiburg, Germany, he was selected for an early stage researcher fellowship as part of the AWESCO project funded by the Marie Skłodowska-Curie actions of the European Union. In 2021 he obtained his Ph.D., researching the topic of "Moving Horizon Estimation for Inertial Motion Tracking." Having worked on sensor fusion algorithms for Fraunhofer, Bosch, and SICK, he has worked since 2019 for Movella as a research engineer in the Core Technology department.
Eddie Seymour is European Director for the Embedded business, including NVIDIA Jetson™ Products. Eddie was one of the first members of NVIDIA’s embedded & automotive team, working with car manufacturers such as Audi, BMW and Peugeot-Citroen on the first GPU-based infotainment systems. With the introduction of the NVIDIA Jetson embedded platform, Eddie now manages the growth of new embedded markets in Industrial Robotics, Autonomous Machines, UAVs, IVA, and AI Cities. He is a keen private pilot and an IEng Member of the Institute of Engineering and Technology.
Teresa is a Solution Architect at NVIDIA, helping to accelerate the integration of NVIDIA’s AI, Computer Vision and Simulation solutions to solve complex autonomous machines challenges. She is passionate about Robotics and AI-related topics and specializes in NVIDIA’s Omniverse and ISAAC platforms. Teresa holds an M.S in Electrical and Computer Engineer from the University of Porto, Portugal, where she focused her research on Robotics localization and navigation in hard outdoor environments. She also interned at NASA Ames Research Center on the development of Astrobee, the first robot to autonomously navigate in the International Space Station. Before joining NVIDIA, Teresa worked at the Fraunhofer Institute as a Computer Vision and Deep Learning researcher on medical image classification and explainable AI.