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PROFESSIONAL EVENT SPEAKERS


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Dr. Hoshang Kolivand

Department of Computer Science, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, UK

Current and Future of Smart Wearable Devices

There is no doubt that smart devices have changed our world recently and have the potential to become a fascinating widespread requirement in daily life. In about two decades, Mixed Reality (MR) has turned into one of the most attractive topics in involved in variety of topics attempting to obtain satisfactory results. Smart devices and wearable devices play an important role in this regard. In this speech, I am going to present what I have done so far with new technologies including Augmented and Virtual Reality, Brain Computer Interface, Human Computer Interface and distance robotics.  

 

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Mrs.Lama Shashaa

Cofounder and Chairwomen of International Robotics Academy, Jordan

Innovation Vs. Education Isn’t it the time to dare?

“a mother’s perspective to education in the digital age”

I believe, we all agree that the current educational models aren’t feeding universities nor workforce with innovative mind sets. This requires education to not only be based on the principle of hands-on activities with technology, robotics, coding, product design, digital design, arts, crafts and music but it also must integrate these learning experiences within a broad framework of student-led educational principles. The main objective of all school years is to have people who are eager to contribute to the world’s pressing problem with smart solutions. To tolerate collaborative and inquiry-based learning and watch the impact on the appetite for learning of the students. Through the teaching of high order thinking, students develop more transferable skills which are highly adequate in fresh situations. This provides students with real-world relevant transferable skills.

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Dr.Alkali Babawuya

Department of Mechatronics Engineering, Federal University of Technology, Minna, Nigeria

A Review of Developments in Field Robots for Agricultural applications: History, Present trends and Design challenges

Robots are used in various fields to carry out different functions, they are used for simple to even impossible tasks that cannot be handled by human beings. Interest in robotics is steadily rising with the availability of cheaper and smaller electronic components. The application of robots in farms is numerous, they are used to control pests and weed, manage crop health, augment labour shortages, curtail resource waste and solve environmental damage due to use of heavy machinery.

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Dr. Eram Neha

Assistant Professor in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, Galgotia College of Engineering and Technology, Noida,India

KINEMATIC ANALYSIS OF A ROBOTIC HAND FOR GRASPING AND MANIPULATION TASKS

Multi-finger Robotic hands (MFRH) are desired similar to human hands in order to perform stable grasping and fine manipulation of different objects. Their industrial applications including material handling fulfills the requirement of unique end-effector tool empowering specific reach, payloads, and flexibility. The design and control of dexterous and prosthetic robotic hands is of important concern these days. The performance of these hands depends on their mechanical design, prosthetics etc. The mechanical range of movement must be properly controlled and monitored to get the best performance of the robotic hand.

 

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Mrs. Zubaydh Kenkar

Partner Operation Manger, supporting direct partners for Cisco at Saudi Arabia

Implementing a Physiotherapy Robot to Assist Disc Disease Patient

Assist Disc Disease PatientThis study discusses the implementation of Disc Disease Diagnosis (DDD) physiotherapy robot that attempts to assist the human physiotherapist. It aims to study the capability of a robot in performing DDD exercises, motivating patients and evaluating patients acceptance. Human-Robot Interaction (HRI) was followed in the implementation. Experiments have been done with a real patient to obtain patient acceptance and motivation . Patient assessment toward physiotherapy robot is important by using:Technology Acceptance.

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Dr. Janina Loh

University of Vienna, Philosophy of Technology and Media, Austria

Responsibility in Human-Robot-Interaction

  A Critical Overview and the Example of Care Robots

Rapid progress in robotics and AI potentially pose huge challenges due to its transformative power with regard to competences that were traditionally reserved for human agents. It is suggested that formerly exclusive concepts – such as autonomy, agency and responsibility – might one day pertain to artificial systems in a similar fashion. The new technologies thus raise questions with regard to the meaning of these concepts, especially the concept of responsibility.

 

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Dr. Rashmi Arora

Associate Professor in Chandigarh University, Gharuan (Mohali), Punjab, India

Trajectory tracking and Impedance Control of Hybrid Manipulators.

Robotics is an exciting, dynamic interdisciplinary field of study. Industrial robots are generally referred as robotic manipulators. Since, the aim of the manipulator is the manipulative task and it is generally identified as the mechanical sub-system due to which a robot has the mechanical capability. According to the connectivity of kinematics in the structural design of the manipulators, these are classified into two types, namely serial manipulator and parallel manipulator. Usually, industrial robots are made up of serial manipulator architecture with cantilever type structure having large workspace but these suffer from several drawbacks such as low accuracy and heavy structural vibration.

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Dr. Jiaming Zhang

Institute of robotics and intelligent Manufacturing, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (Shenzhen), Shenzhen, China

A Cognitive Rehabilitation Robot for Autism Children

Robot-enhanced therapy has a great potential in improving the performance of participants on the three levels (behavioral, cognitive, and subjective). Simon Baron-Cohen's E-S (Empathizing-Systemizing) Theory suggests that, compared with human beings, highly structured information processing systems such as robots, are more likely to be understood and communicated with for people with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder).Therefore, these systems can be used in cognitive intervention for ASD subjects to learn social cues such as facial expressions, hand and body gestures, verbal describing, and social touch of other people

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Mrs.Banan Emad Alshahwan

Prince sultan university, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
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Mr.Gilberto Marzano

Rezekne Academy of Technologies, Rezekne, Latvia

An adaptive learning model based on a machine learning approach

Adaptive learning aims at implementing intelligent tutoring systems, which provide students with personalized learning programs based on their skill level. Computer algorithms are used to orchestrate the learning process and deliver to learners customized learning resources which meet their needs and expectation. Algorithms can also be developed to improve learners' retention, achieve higher course outcomes, provide a more precise measure of learning as well as stimulate learners' interest and motivate them (Trimmer, Higginson, Fawcett, McNamara & Houston, 2015).

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Dr.Sebastian J. Brau

Industry 4.0-Expert Robotics Engineer in iLEAN industrial Systems, Spain

Industry 4.0:Risks and opportunities in its deployment

Now, we are about to enter to the Fourth Industrial Revolution, also known as Industry 4.0. An age marked by hyper connectivity, which means connectivity of all the assets of an organization to obtain and analyze valuable data that leads to better business decisions. It also brings digital transformation technologies such as Artificial Intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT), Machine Learning (ML), Big Data, and more. 

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Dr.Jaiprakash

Associate Professor, Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, University of Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad, India

Hierarchical classification using Conditional SOM and its application to situation Analysis 

My research interests include Classification, Pattern recognition, Artificial Neural Network, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Artificial Intelligence and broadly speaking area of Computer Science and Cognitive Science.

My research was focused on the hierarchical classification using Conditional Self-Organizing Map and its application to situation analysis. Situation includes the vehicle arrangements on the different shapes of the road. The preparation of limited number of situations to prepare set of rules for the prediction of root cause of collision during autonomous driving. To achieve this task, the discretization or quantization, so to say clustering or classification is needed. To fulfill this requirement, the hierarchical classification of the different kind of shapes of the road and objects corresponding to them has been considered as appropriate approach.



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SHIVOH CHIRAYIL NANDAKUMAR

Student(University of Glasgow, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Glasgow, UK)

DESIGN OF SENSOR UNIT TO COUNT THE MOULD ROTATIONS IN THE ELECTRONIC PINHOLE TESTING MACHINE


The efficiency of the industry heavily depends on the bottlenecks in the testing departments. The main testing method for condoms and similar specimens is done in the Electronic Testing Department. The Electronic Testing Department inspect each condom for holes and thus assures the quality of product. In the testing sec- tion of the Electronic Pinhole Testing Machine, the mould rotation is a cru- cial process for effectively detecting the good product from the bad prod- uct. Thus, sensing mould rotations is essential for assuring the quality of testing.

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Mr. C.Harish Chandraprakasam

Director, Engineering and Operations Malles Group, Chennai, India

Smarter Manufacturing with Robotics

Malles Automated and Robotic Systems believes that advancement in technology is the only way to industrial growth. Manufacturing has to become smarter to increase productivity, quality, efficiency and revenue. Robotics is one of the most advanced technologies available now and when you couple that with AI and vision you get a superior self-learning and correcting system. There is a clear awareness that to be competitive in this already competitive market one has to utilize advance technologies like robotics. We have utilized some of the best technologies to solve some of the most complex issues in manufacturing.


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Ms.ANGUIE GARCIA BURGOS

Nueva Granada Military University, Mechatronics Engineering Program, Bogota, Colombia

Design of an anthropomorphic finger

The man's hand is considered a mechanical and sensitive tool, being the main organ of physical manipulation thanks to its two main functions of pressure and touch that allow it to perform movements and manipulate objects. A hand prosthesis is intended to provide functions to the absent limb, giving it movement and sensitivity.

The scientific advances in human biomechanics have allowed the development and implementation of hand prostheses with a high performance in simulation of movements with natural appearance, however the patient's perception regarding his prosthesis is a challenge that compromises the study of materials that allow to have real limb sensitivity.

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Dr. Faris Abuhashish

University of Petra, Animation and Multimedia, Amman, Jordan

ROBOTICS AND FUTURE

Both sectors but not limited, whether the industrial production field or even the healthcare sector, are commonly used in Artificial intelligence (AI). The potential we are pointing at is the AI-powered robots. Yet robots are just machines, the industry of humanoid robots is increasing. The concern is really whether these humanoid robots in the industrial sector have a promising future, or could it be a trick of great importance?

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Mr. Mohamed Gomaa Elmorsy Agwa

Director of Development & STEM Unit, Robotics judge consultant, Saudi Arabia

Integrated Robot with Reality health Projects (Design and programming)

Robots have great importance in all areas of life and one of the important areas in which the robot uses the field of health, and one of the problems facing the countries of the world in introducing robot technology in the field of health is the high cost of equipment as well as the degree of mastery and accuracy of work, as well as the speed of completion to save sick cases that require rapid intervention and the solution lies In designing robots arms, using different design platforms, and drawing on low-cost robot tools to solve such problems as EV3,VEX Robot using parts A low-cost robot to implement the required tasks by using different design platforms such as LDD platforms to design robot arms and the required parts, which contributes to reducing costs and speed of completion. 

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Mr. Rogerio Adas Pereira Vitalli

Robotics Advanced Institute, I.A.R., Department of Special Projects, São Paulo, Brazil

Proposed Virtual Commissioning of Robotic Cells based on the context of Industry 4.0

The objective of this research is to develop a methodology that makes use of the Digital Twin calibration and virtual commissioning to        digitally validate robotic mechatronic cells, and minimize the time of installation and implementation of the project on the “factory floor” in the context of Industry 4.0. The project is based on a proposed approach to combine 3D depth data - measured by means of accurate CAD models and by CAE - so that it is possible to calibrate the data obtained from the Digital Twin through virtual commissioning before being transferred of virtual to the system real physical

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