• Lars-Peter Ellekilde

    CEO, Enabled Robotics

    Bio: Lars-Peter finished his PhD in Robotics from the University of Southern Denmark in 2008, where he continued as Assistant - and Associate Professor until 2019. He founded Enabled Robotics in 2016 with the vision of providing a new level of flexibility for automation by making robot arm mobile. Since 2019 Lars-Peter has been full-time CEO of Enabled Robotics.  Title of presentation: Software Technologies for connecting IoT and Robotics   Abstract of presentation: Robots are becoming more and more integrated and are in many cases just one among many components in a IoT or Industry 4.0 IT system. This transition creates new opportunities for utilizing the flexibility of robots and open up for new applications, but also puts new requirements on the robot software.

    Speaker for following sessions
    • Spisehuset
      01-12-2 -
      Organized by SDU in collaboration with Odense Robotics 

      To remain sustainable and competitive, Danish manufacturing industries need new technologies within robotic automation. The purpose of the session is to present some of the most important of these technologies and to discuss if and when manufacturing companies should either passively rely on that their needed technological solutions will be provided or take a more active role in the development.

      Introduction: Mikkel Christoffersen, CEO, Odense Robotics
      Scientific Talk: “New technologies for industrial robotic systems”, Henrik Gordon Petersen, Professor, SDU Robotics, SDU
      Scientific Talk: “Integrating robotic technologies into I4.0 systems”, Ole Madsen, Professor, AAU
      Business Talk: “Mimic: copying human motion onto robots“, Jimmy Alison Jørgensen, CTO, Nordbo Robotics
      Business Talk: “Enabled Robotics - A New Level of Flexibility“, Lars-Peter Ellekilde, CEO, Enabled Robotics
      Business Talk: “Automation in assembly processes“, Flemming Møller Hansen, Head of Manufacturing Concepts, Kamstrup
      Panel discussion: “For robotic technologies: when should companies wait for the solutions to become commercially available and when should they be active in the development?”

      Session coordinator: Henrik Gordon Petersen, Professor, Head of Section, SDU Robotics, SDU
      Facilitator: Laurids Hovgaard, Journalist, Ingeniøren
      Robotics for Industrial Applications. What should be the Danish Strategy?
      01-12-2 -
      Organized by SDU in collaboration with DIREC 

      Internet of things (IoT) technologies are enabling new data-driven insights about the world. At the same time advancement in robotics is enabling us to act on the insights. This session explores the opportunities for creating new solutions by applying software technology to connect IoT technologies with robotic action. What are the business and societal problems that can be solved and what are the technical challenges to overcome?

      Welcoming talk by facilitator (5 min)
      Business Talk: “IoT sensors for producing insights for robots”, Palle Geltzer Dinesen, CEO and co-founder, UbiqiSense
      Business Talk: “Flexible Robot Technology”, Lars-Peter Ellekilde, CEO, Enabled Robotics
      Scientific Talk: “Software Technologies for connecting IoT and Robotics”, Mikkel Baun Kjærgaard, SDU
      Business Talk: “Cobots as an enabler for IoT”, Ralph Brorsen”, Tech Lead, Universal Robots A/S
      Scientific Talk: “Software Technologies for Industry 4.0”, Torben Worm, Head of Section, Associate Professor, SDU
      Debate: What are the opportunities and challenges in connecting IoT and robotic solutions?

      Session coordinator: Mikkel Baun Kjærgaard, Professor, SDU
      Facilitator: Laurids Hovgaard, Journalist, Ingeniøren
      Software Technologies for connecting IoT Insights with Robotic Action
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