You take on navigation challenges for autonomous mobile robots in a variety of industrial settings. You broaden the possibilities for the future applications.
Flanders Make researchers are creating demonstrators with next generation navigation algorithms that are adaptable and self-learning. An increasing number of autonomous functionalities could be added to industrial autonomous robots. While the industry hesitates, Flanders Make proves that these technologies are easy to deploy in complex settings and more robust when needed, eg. in busy or noisy industrial contexts.
As an expert or young potential in navigation algorithms for autonomous mobile robots, drones and vehicles:
For a variety of industrial cases (small indoor pick- and place drones & robots in warehouses, assembly cobots, large outdoor or heavy-weight forklifts) you will:
Experienced engineers will also trace and present industrial challenges and research opportunities or coach young engineers and lead projects.
Kurt Geebelen, senior research engineer @Flanders Make since 2015: “At Flanders Make, I get to work with the latest technologies and apply them directly on industry relevant applications, while having the freedom to explore new ideas.”
For more information:
Call LIESBET DECUYPER
at the number: +32 16 910 614 (Ma-di-woe-do: 9u-16u).