Exhibitors 2023



I&Monitoring Robots: Back to Future via the Past

I&Monitoring Robots: Back to Future via the Past

Governments and industries recognize the importance of infrastructure maintenance. Equally significant is the need to preserve culturally valuable built environments. In both cases, the adage "Prevention is better than cure" holds true for disasters like the Morandi Bridge collapse and or the Schola Armaturarum at Pompeii, which resulted in the loss of lives and history, respectively. This workshop explores the interplay between robotics, cultural heritage, and infrastructure. These domains require cutting-edge technologies characterised by high adaptability, autonomy, and accuracy.


I&Monitoring Robots: Back to Future via the Past

Dr. Ferdinando Cannella, Industrial Robotics Facility (Inbot) - Dr. Arianna Traviglia, Centre for Cultural Heritage Technology (CCHT) - Dr. Gabriele Marchello, Industrial Robotics Facility (Inbot) - Dr. Alessandra Zambrano, Pompeii Archaeological Park (t

Dr. Cannella’s research focuses on investigation and development new reconfigurable grippers, manipulators, packaging mechanisms exploiting the bio-inspiration models, and autonomous robots for inspection and maintenance.
Dr. Traviglia’s work is placed at the intersection of technology and humanities and most of her research focuses on mediating the inclusion of digital practices within the study and management of cultural heritage.
Dr. Marchello works as postdoc at Inbot, focusing on Computer Vision and AI-based techniques applied to intelligent manipulators and autonomous robots.


  E10 (pav. 5E.10)
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