Exhibitors 2022

Category "Robotics"

Antonio Frisoli

The new technologies of collaborative robotics.

Gianluca Cidonio, Chiara Scognamiglio, Federico Serpe, Martina Marcotulli, Salvatore DAlessandro

3D printing and Tissue Engineering for the regeneration of damaged tissues and the modelling of diseases

  B.20 (pav. B)

Maria di Maro, Antonio Origlia, Agostino Palmiero, Alessandra Rossi, Silvia Rossi, Antonio Totaro

The project has been supported by the Italian MISE as part of the PON I&C 2014-2020, no. F/190066/01-02/X44. The project is led by Totaro Automazioni s.r.l in conjunction with the ICAROS center of the University of Naples Federico II. The goal of the project is the creation of a robotic platform capable of managing the tasks related to the management of a bar counter in its multiple aspects of interaction, manipulation, and personalization of the offered services.

Domenico Prattichizzo

We will show how to recreate an interaction with remote/virtual environments and wearable haptic devices.

  B.30 (pav. B)

Luca Provenzano Giuseppina Porciello Maria Serena Panasiti Salvatore Maria Aglioti

Investigating moral behaviour in immersive virtual reality settings by means of an online dice game

  B.20 (pav. B)

Ellis Unit - Politecnico di Torino

Do you want to know how the most recent artificial intelligent models are used to develop the visual system of the next generation of robotic agents? Come to visit our booth!

  B.29 (pav. B)


I-RIM, the Italian Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Machines, organizes I-RIM 3D 2022, the fourth edition of the event on Robotics and Intelligent Machines.

  Desk I-RIM pad. B

  B.17 (pav. B)


How the study of human behavior can improve machines

  B.19 (pav. B)

The MEMEX consortium (9 partners from 6 countries in Europe)

Helping socially fragile people integrating in the society with storytelling via an Augmented Reality app.

  B.16 (pav. B)

Centro di Ricerca "E. Piaggio" e Dipartimentop di Ingegneria dell'Informazione

Robotics for monitoring, logistics and security in unstructured environments

  B.12 (pav. B)


Perhaps nobody knows exactly how robots of the future will look like. However, we are sure that they will not resemble the heavy, bulky, rigid machines dangerously moving around in old-fashioned industrial automation. There is a growing consensus, in the research community as well as in expectations from the public, that robots of the next generation will be physically compliant and adaptable machines, closely interacting with humans and moving safely, naturally and efficiently, and capable to assist weak people with a gentle force in other terms, future robots will be soft and strong. Our group, the Soft Robotics for Human Cooperation and Rehabilitation Lab, deals with the design and control of the next generation of robots.

  B.18 (pav. B)

Carlo Brindesi Canali, Ferdinando Cannella, Remo Proietti

Robotics and innovative technologies for space exploration

  B.26 (pav. B)

Ingenuity Labs Research Institute

Wonderful, wacky, and unusual robots wiggle and walk

  B.25 (pav. B)

Scuola Superiore Sant'Anna di Pisa - Daniele Leonardis, Cristian Camardella, Domenico Chiaradia, Cristian Camardella, Tommaso Bagneschi, Antonio Frisoli

Wearable devices can not only sense signals, but also provide tactile feedback in immersive Virtual Reality and active motor assitance to the user. We show development of soft hand exoskeletons and haptic gloves for research applications in the field of VR neuro-rehabilitation.

  B.27 (pav. B)
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