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ROMAN 2002, Berlin Opening ROMAN 2002 September 25, 2002, Berlin Opening ROMAN 2002 September 25, 2002, Berlin MinRat Dr. Bernd Reuse Federal Ministry.

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1 ROMAN 2002, Berlin Opening ROMAN 2002 September 25, 2002, Berlin Opening ROMAN 2002 September 25, 2002, Berlin MinRat Dr. Bernd Reuse Federal Ministry of Education and Research

2 ROMAN 2002, Berlin1 IT Strategic Orientation èBasic research is again a part of project funding in the IT sector; if necessary, projects cover basic and applied research èProjects should have a high product potential, but should not include product development èUniversities will again be more strongly integrated into the projects èInvolvement of SMEs and new German Länder into projects will be enhanced èSpin-off companies are supported in particular

3 ROMAN 2002, Berlin2 Program IT Funding Priorities 1.Nanoelectronics and Nanosystems 2.Software Systems 1. Intelligent Systems 3.Basic Information and Communication Technology (ICT) 4.Internet - Basic Technologies and Services  €60 million by 2006 for SME research campaign "Software-Engineering 2006" From 2002 to 2006 provision of €1.5 billion for projects

4 ROMAN 2002, Berlin3 BMBF Total and IT Budget € million Total Funds IT Funds Total Budget IT Education & Research

5 ROMAN 2002, Berlin4 Program IT BMBF and EU Funds in 2002 IT 2006 Projects Other IT Project Funds Institutional IT Funding EU Funds Software Systems €50 m Basic ICT €54.5 m Internet €26.6 m Nanoelectronics €77.5 m Microsystems €55.5 m Production Technology €62.5 m Bioinformatics €5.4 m Other (UMTS) €32.4 m FhG, DGF, MPG €172.2 m "Blue List" €42.5 m Helmholtz Centers (FZJ, FZK) €66.1 m Sum: €780 million  €281million  €209 million  €156 million  €134 million

6 ROMAN 2002, Berlin5 Funding Item Intelligent Systems in IT 2006 Situation, Starting Point 1.In the last 10 years, there has been considerable progress in image processing, in robotics, and in other adaptive control and planning systems 2.The classical algorithmic control concepts of robots fail in the case of problems of acting in a natural, non-coded environment 3.There is a wide field of new interesting applications and new industry branches develop in robotics 4.It is forseeable that the number of service robots will exceed the number of industry robots

7 ROMAN 2002, Berlin6 R&D Topics (including corresponding technical developments) Funding Item Intelligent Systems in IT Further development of image processing in relation to self perception, perception and analysis of visual scenarios 2.Investigation of self modeling and interactive instructions in robotics 3.Investigation of all aspects of interaction with human beings 4.Establishment of evaluation and benchmarking centers for intelligent systems

8 ROMAN 2002, Berlin Intelligent Systems Int. syst. for planning, control, etc Autonomous systemsInt. syst. for data and knowledge processing Methods of resolution for intelligent human technology interfaces Basic methods for Knowledge Processing Cooperation of man and machine in a combined working space Cooperative robots Prototypes for autonomous systems Funding Item Intelligent Systems in IT 2006 Including knowledge management at the work place First service robots for private homes Adaptive recognition methods in image and speech processing

9 ROMAN 2002, Berlin8 Research Goals for Autonomous Systems/Robots  Spatial orientation  Identification of the interacting persons  Identification of the intention of the human partner  Adaptability  Fault tolerance  Robustness  Programmability by Showing and pointing Speech and gestures Interactive control panel  Safety

10 ROMAN 2002, Berlin9 Relevant Partners in Research and Industry in Germany (total ca. 56) FhG-IPA, Stuttgart FhG-AIS, Birlinghoven FhG-IPK, Berlin Ruhr-Uni Bochum Uni Karlsruhe TU München TU Berlin, HUB FAW, Ulm DLR, Oberpfaffenhofen Uni Dortmund, IRF Uni Bonn, Informatik III Kuka Roboter, Augsburg Reis Maschinenfabrik, Obernburg Bosch, Stuttgart SEF, Scharnebeck Zoller & Fröhlich, Wangen Astrium, Bremen Siemens AG, München DaimlerChrysler, Stuttgart further companies and SMEs

11 ROMAN 2002, Berlin10 Research Projects Intelligent Systems 1st Phase

12 ROMAN 2002, Berlin11 Research Projects Intelligent Systems 2nd Phase since 1994

13 ROMAN 2002, Berlin12 Lead Project MORPHA  Title: Intelligent Anthropomorphic Assistant Systems  Period: –  Partners: Delmia, Fellbach plus 16 other partners  Goals: Developing systems, components and methods for communication and interaction with intelligent mechatronic assistant systems in home and industry (service robots)  Funding:€ 12.5 million (plus €10 million funding by industry)  Present scientific results 89 Publications and conference papers 28 Diploma and doctoral theses / habilitations  Present economic results 6 Patent applications 4 Spin-off companies 9Spin-off products

14 ROMAN 2002, Berlin13 MORPHA at the Hannover Fair 2002

15 ROMAN 2002, Berlin14 MORPHA at the Hannover Fair 2002


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