Exhibitors 2015


CREM - Sistemi robotici cooperanti per l'acquisizione di dati ambientali in aree confinate.

CREM - Sistemi robotici cooperanti per l'acquisizione di dati ambientali in aree confinate.

This system consists of a swarm of cooperating robots for environmental monitoring and data acquisition (humidity, temperature, gas, dust, etc.) in confined areas. Mobile units' positioning and interconnection depend on the GPS coordinates of the master robot. The swarm's movements can be remotely piloted in automatic or semi-automatic mode. The data acquired by several types of sensors can be locally stored on the single units, and
sent to different storing locations by wireless transmission systems (XBee, RF, Bluetooth), using a JSON format.
Italy


CREM - Sistemi robotici cooperanti per l'acquisizione di dati ambientali in aree confinate.

Mario Mazzullo - Fablab Imola

Mario Mazzullo, Doctor in Biological Sciences, Assistant Professor at University of Bologna, Italy

1981 – 1989: Fellowship from C.N.R. ex L. 285/77. Postdoctoral fellow, Istituto di Cancerologia, now Cancer Research Section, University of Bologna, Italy).

1989 - present: Assistant Professor, Medical Informatics Laboratory
(MILAB), Department of Experimental, Diagnostic and Speciality Medicine - DIMES, University of Bologna, Italy.

Teachings:

Computer Science; Applied Computer Science (Module of Scientific Methodology - Integrated
Course) – Degree Programmes in Dentistry (Single Cycle Degree/Combined Bachelor and Master - 300/360 ECTS), School of Medicine

Computer Science; Computer Lab (Module of Physics, Statistics and Computer Science - Integrated Course) - Degree Programmes in Dental Hygiene (First Cycle Degree/Bachelor - 180 ECTS), School of Medicine

Computer Science (Module of Engineering Sciences - Integrated Course) - Degree Programmes in Environment and Workplace Prevention Techniques (First Cycle Degree/Bachelor - 180 ECTS), School of Medicine


Stand P64 - Fablab Imola - Robotware - Archidron
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