Satellite Projects

Satellite Projects are closely associated to work in CoTeSys

Industry and external research organizations have discovered the unique situation to profit from a single entrance door to the multitude of disciplines and competencies within CoTeSys


Additional opportunities

Satellite Projects are funded by other means than from the Excellence Initiative of the German Government, i.e. EU, national or through direct cooperation with industry. Their themes and objectives are closely related to CoTeSys, and range from basic to applied research in related fields.

Their benefit for institutes and researchers working in CoTeSys consists not only of additional opportunities for applying research results from within CoTeSys in a different context, but also identifying new scientific challenges to be worked out within the core of CoTeSys.

Benefits to industry

Industry and external research organizations have discovered the unique situation to profit from a single entrance door to the multitude of disciplines and competencies within CoTeSys. Typically, external partners have to identify or rely on bilateral relationships with single university institutes or individual researchers. Getting a team of different disciplines is time and resource consuming, and often connected with frictions.
CoTeSys, however, offers interdisciplinary teams of experienced researchers forming a desired profile that would help solving specific problems.


Title

Funding Body

CoTeSys PIs

Duration

CRC 768: Representing, Evolving and Networking Formal Engineering Product and Process Knowledge to Support Cycle Management in Innovation Processes

DFG

Prof. Shea, Prof. Vogel-Heuser

2008-2011

CRC 453 - Transfer: Haptik von bedienelementen und Ingenieurkomponenten im Fahrzeug (Hirche, Peer) -Audiokonferenz (Diepold) - Miniaturisierte Bildsensoren  für medizinische Instrumente

DFG

Prof. Buss, Prof. Diepold, Prof. Hirche, Prof. Knoll

2011-2013

RoboCom: Coordination Action for the Design and description of the FET Flagship candidate Robot Companions for Citizens

EU

Prof. Cheng

2011-2012

SPP 1305: Zweistufiger verteilter Optimierungs- und Regelungsansatz für große verteilte Netze

DFG

Prof. Hirche, Prof. Ulbrich

2010-2013

RoboHow: Web-enabled and experience-based Cognitive Robots that Learn Complex Everyday Manipulation Tasks

EU

Prof. Beetz

2012-2016

SAPHARI: Safe and Autonomous Physical Human-Aware Robot Interaction

EU

Prof. Beetz, Prof. Lee

2012-2016

VERE: Virtual Embodiment and Robotic Re-Embodiment

EU

Prof. Buss, Prof. Hirche

2010-2015

BEAMING through Augmented Media for natural Networked Gatherings

Prof. Buss

2010-2013

GRASP: Emergence of Cognitive Grasping through Emulation, Introspection, and Surprise

Strep

Prof. Deubel

2008-2012

RoboEarth: Robots Sharing a knowledge base for World Modeling and Learning of Actions

Strep

Prof. Beetz, Prof. Knoll

2009-2012

Bernstein Center of Computational Neurosciences: Optic Flow Decoding - Circuit Analysis in the Fly and Implementation on a Robofly

CRC

Dr. Kühnlenz

2010-2015

KogFas: Kognitives Fahrerassistenzsystem

BMW

Prof. Diepold, Dr. Wollherr

2011-2012

AAL-ALIAS: Adaptable Ambient Living Assistant

BMBF

Prof. Rigoll

2010-2013

IURO: Interactive Urban Robot

EU

Prof. Buss, Dr. Kühnlenz, Dr. Wollherr

2010-2013

CustomPacker: Highly Customizable and Flexible Packaging Station for mid- to upper sized Electronic Consumer Goods

EU

Prof. Rigoll

2010-2013

KREAgentuse:Konzeption,Realisierung und Evaluation einer werkzeugunterstützten Vorgehensweise für die Entwicklung von Agentensystemen in der Automatisierungstechnik unter Berücksichtigung der Usability

DFG

Prof. Vogel-Heuser

MuCAR-3: autonomous passenger car "Munich Cognitive Autonomous Robot Car 3rd Generation"

Prof. Wünsche