September 14–18, 2014 Chicago, Illinois

IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systems Facebooktwitter

  • Lake Michigan
  • Buckingham Fountain
  • Millennium Park
  • Art Institute of Chicago (Banquet)
  • The Field Museum, Museum Campus
  • Grant Park
  • Navy Pier
  • Palmer House Lobby
  • Skyline Reflected by Cloud Gate (the Bean)
  • Chicago Skyline at Twilight

RSJ Power Lunch

Monday, September 15, 12:45-13:15, Grand Ballroom, Red Lacquer Room, and State Ballroom

RSJ Power Lunch is aimed to provide industrial companies with an opportunity to encourage a close relationship with academic researchers and scientists, introducing their innovative technologies and products as well as future path and direction. A total of 120+ complimentary lunch boxes are served on a first-come-first-served basis. Join this luncheon and enjoy talks by nine distinguished speakers from industry. (Sponsored by the Robotics Society of Japan)

 Grand Ballroom
(Chair: Prof. Hisashi Osumi)
State Ballroom
(Chair: Prof. Shinichi Hirai)
Red Lacquer Room
(Chair: Prof. Yusuke Maeda)
12:45–12:55 Dr. Ákos Tar
OptoForce Ltd.

Compliant Multi-Axis Force/Torque Sensing
Dr. Larry M. Sweet
Symbotic LLC

Autonomous Robot Fleets for Touchless Automated Warehouses
Mr. David Drajeske
Applied Dexterity, Inc.

RAVEN and the Surgical Cockpit: An Open Platform for Surgical Robotics Research
12:55–13:05 Prof. Ralph Hollis
Butterfly Haptics, LLC

Maglev 200 Haptic Interface System
Ms. Y. Nakagawa
RT Corporation

Tool of Futuristic Human-Robot collaboration
Mr. Nicolas Lauzier

Agile robotic tooling for advanced robotic research applications
13:05–13:15 Dr. Jeremy Fishel
SynTouch LLC

The Future of Machine Touch
Mr. Aaron Park

Academia-Industry Collaboration Success Based on the Open Source Platform
Mr. Sebastien Grange
Force Dimension

Haptic Devices for Human Robot Interaction

Floor Plan for the RSJ Power Lunch