Webinar on simulation based development of human-robot production systems

Online via MS Teams

On 8 October 2020 from 10 to 11 a.m., we are offering a webinar on

simulation based development of human-robot production systems.

This is a timely and important subject as computer simulations are increasingly supporting the design and development of production systems based on collaborative robots (cobots) to save time and money.

This webinar is aimed to discuss:

  • Simulation based development of cobots based production systems
  • Simulations for business value assessment of integrating cobots
  • Human safety assessments through simulations
  • Simulation as a digital twin of a human-robot production system
  • Multi-user virtual reality (VR) meetings to design and develop cobot systems

The webinar includes a 40 min. presentation and 20 min. for questions from the audience.

Unable to participate live?
The webinar will be recorded and sent to you via e-mail shortly after the event.

Ali Ahmad Malik is working as an expert in Robotics and Automation at Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy. Ali received his PhD and MSc from the University of Southern Denmark. Ali is active in the research of digital twins for cobots based production systems, and his articles have been published in Science Robotics, Journal of Computer Integrated Manufacturing, CIRP Annals, World Economic Forum and other outlets.

A copy of Ali’s PhD thesis is available for download here.

Registration fee

 DKK 250 +25% VAT  Members of ATV-SEMAPP, IDA Mechanical, IDA Proces, IDA Automation, Euspen
 DKK 375 +25% VAT  Non-members

Webinar on simulation based development of human-robot production systems

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