CeTI Video Channel

Interesting insights into the CeTI research will be presented from time to time on the CeTI video channel, our directly here.

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    This CeTI demonstrator aims to show the possibilities of Tactile Internet through the game of “Rock, paper, Scissors”. It consists of a robotic hand, mounted a to a cobot as end effector which is controlled by a data glove and a tracker. The glove implemented textile yarn sensors and the tracker enables the participant to control the cobot playing “Rock, Paper, Scissors”.

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    The National Center for Tumor Diseases, Partner Site Dresden, (NCT) works within the Cluster of Excellence CeTI a t the usage of new technologies and advances in artificial intelligence that will aid the surgeon and thereby improve surgical outcome. A 3D printed patient phantom and different devices such as laparoscopic camera and tools are tracked via optical tracking. Sensor data in an integrated operating room is analyzed and allows different assistance functions such as automatic robot positioning and visualization of risk and target structures in real-time.

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    The robot assists in cocktail making process and is controlled by gestures and by touching it. A digital glove with multiple positional sensors and the torque sensors in the joints of the robot are used to interpret intuitive control methods of a human, like gestures and touching. This technology allows an easier adoption of new technologies and consequently a faster overall development of mankind.

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    During the CeTI-Truck-Tour of the Cluster of Excellence at TU Dresden visitors could experience use cases and technologies of the Tactile Internet with human-machine interaction. Stops at the CeTI-Truck-Tour were the Dresden science Night at the Barkhausen Building of TU Dresden, the Dresden Postplatz and the celebration of the computer science education at the faculty of computer science at TU Dresden.