Author: Maximillian Patzold

Update by CRF: Why flexible production systems matter

In a time of great change, automotive companies must adopt an approach focused on greater production flexibility to maintain profitability and product quality. Flexible manufacturing is able to respond to fluctuations and changes in demand that occur in increasingly shorter timescales than in the past. The FELICE project aims to support the increase of flexibility…
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13 August 2023 0

Research Update by Fraunhofer IML

Fraunhofer IML is currently working on the detection of the stress of human workers utilizing a Brain Computer Interface (BCI). Simple cognitive tests are conducted with several subjects. At the end, the subjects have to complete a questionnaire in addition. This helps the researchers to better understand cognitive load under certain circumstances and help robotic…
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5 July 2023 0

Development Update: FH OOE Demonstrator

Within the FELICE project, besides the main showcase at CRF in Melfi, a second alternative showcase is in use. This demonstrator is developed at the R&D department of the University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria. The goal of this second demonstrator is to prove the versatility and ease of use of the FELICE framework and…
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5 July 2023 0

New Open Access journal publication: “6D Object Localization in Car-Assembly Industrial Environment”

A. Papadaki and M. Pateraki published a new peer-reviewed FELICE publication in the Journal of Imaging titled ‘6D Object Localization in Car-Assembly Industrial Environment’. In this work, a visual object detection and localization workflow integrated into a robotic platform is presented for the single-view 6D pose estimation of objects with challenging characteristics in terms of weak…
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23 March 2023 0

Workshop for European Robotics Forum 2023

Human-Robot Collaboration & AI in challenging industrial applications Collaborative robots (HRC) in many industries are underused, being regarded as expensive hi-tech tools with limited autonomy and intelligence that can only relieve workers of physical fatigue. To overcome these and other negative preconceptions, we must show how robots can learn to understand tasks at hand and…
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28 February 2023 0

FELICE Project expandend by three months

The FELICE project partners agreed to expand the project by three months until the end of September 2024 to a total project runtime of 45 months. The updated work plan including the information on the Amendment can be found here.

5 September 2022 0

Impressions of the phase I integration of the FELICE system at Centro Ricerche Fiat (CRF) in Melfi, Italy

From 11.07.-15.07.2022 the FELICE consortium meets at the Stellantis plant in Melfi, Italy for the integration of the technologies into the phase I FELICE system prototype. After a long period of working together remotely, the team is excited to present the progress of the first 18 months and to combine their efforts into a single…
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15 July 2022 1

ERF2022 Workshops

The workshops are co-organized with the H2020 project FELICE.  In conjunction with the European Robotics Forum 2022, 28th – 30th June 2022, Rotterdam, The Netherlands. More information:   Date and Time Workshop Name June 28th at 14:20, Room 2 @ ERF 2022 Sustainability Track: Application of Robotics in Sustainability and Environmental aspects June 28th at 16:10, Room 2 @ ERF 2022…
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21 June 2022 0

6th FITCE Technology Forum in Chania

On June 3rd, 2022, Manolis Lourakis will give a talk titled “Computer vision for safety monitoring and human-robot collaboration in the workplace” in a session themed “Convergence of Telecoms and IT towards the Evolution of Advanced Services” at the 6th FITCE Technology Forum in Chania, Greece.

1 June 2022 0

Official YouTube channel of the FELICE project

The official YouTube channel of the FELICE project is online. Subscribe to our channel to receive the latest videos of the FELICE system prototype, as well as conference recordings and more:

20 May 2022 0