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La segunda revolución robótica. Nicolaus Radford #CPMX7 #FeelTheFuture
La segunda revolución robótica. Nicolaus Radford #CPMX7 #FeelTheFuture
Talk: La segunda revolución robótica. Nicolaus Radford #CPMX7 #FeelTheFuture Robotics
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Durante la primera revolución robótica, los robots eran mudos, máquinas preprogramadas condenadas a trabajar en fábricas, especialmente diseñadas para realizar la misma operación una y otra vez, sin ninguna conciencia real del entorno en el que trabajaban.

Hoy en día, los robots están siendo desplegados en aplicaciones de servicios basados en entornos de ingeniería humanos, colaborando codo a codo con sus homólogos humanos.

Este cambio en la función de trabajo ha requerido una máquina sensible que realiza trabajos con una aguda comprensión del medio ambiente que ofrece el robot a un alto grado de capacidad de toma de decisiones. Esta estrecha colaboración robot -humano promete conducir a menores costos, mayor productividad, mayor calidad y un lugar de trabajo con ambiente seguro para los seres humanos, en una escala nunca antes imaginada. Al igual que los ordenadores nos han dado la manipulación ubicua del mundo virtual, robótica nos dará la manipulación ubicua del mundo físico.

*Esta conferencia será impartida en inglés*


Speakers:

Nicolaus Radfors es Co fundador y CTO de la empresa Houston Mechatronics, Inc (HMI), startup de robótica y mecatrónica especializada en inteligencia automatizada y vehículos eléctricos. Anteriormente paso 13 años trabajando en la NASA (Johnson Space Center) y fue el principal investigador para el proyecto "Valkyrie" un robot humanoide desarrollado para respuesta de desastre en DARPA Robotics Challenge y NASA's Mars exploration vision.

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Mr. Radford is co-founder, Chairman and CTO of Houston Mechatronics, Inc (HMI), a rapidly growing robotics and mechatronics startup, specializing in both intelligent automation and electric vehicles. Prior to HMI, he spent 13 years at NASA's Johnson Space Center in the Dexterous Robotics Laboratory. At the conclusion of his career within the government, he was the Principal Investigator (PI) for the Valkyrie project, a humanoid robot developed for both disaster response outlined in the DARPA Robotics Challenge (DRC) and NASA's Mars exploration vision. There, he led and managed a staff of 55 engineers and technicians, through the design, development and field testing of Valkyrie, 44 degree of freedom humanoid robot. The concept, design, manufacturing, and assembly were completed in 9 months time. Former to that, he served as the Deputy and Chief Engineer for Robonaut 2 (R2), a spaceflight humanoid robot, initially developed in partnership with General Motors as a lab prototype for advanced manufacturing processes requiring human level dexterity and coordination. He then led the efforts to redesign and qualify R2 for the International Space Station (ISS), which was successfully completed in less than 6 months. He was also the PI for NASA in DARPA-funded advanced electric machine research for robotics using Variable Flux Memory Motors (VFMMs). He also led NASA’s efforts in exoskeleton research for ISS crew exercise and mobility assistance and served as Co-PI for NASA on DARPA’s Warrior Web program, which focused on wearable robotics for military applications. He has extensive experience leading multi-disciplinary teams in challenging development timeline environments. During Mr. Radford's tenure at NASA he was the recipient of countless patents, design awards, commendations, for his expertise and leadership, which ultimately culminated in him receiving NASA's Outstanding Leadership Medal.


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