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RE:Lab hosted the Cultural and Creative Industries Clust-ER

RE:Lab has hosted the last meeting of the Cultural and Creative Industries Clust-ER, within Tecnopolo in Reggio Emilia, the 7th of September. RE:Lab is a partner of…

RE:Lab has hosted the last meeting of the Cultural and Creative Industries Clust-ER, within Tecnopolo in Reggio Emilia, the 7th of September.
RE:Lab is a partner of Clust-ER, which is an association of public and private bodies. Companies, research centres, and training institutions share skills, ideas, and resources to support the competitiveness of the sector.
The Emilia-Romagna Region has found in the ClustERs the subjects capable of multiplying innovation opportunities through a collaborative approach, as they focus their activity in R&D strategic sectors. 

 

 

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.WELLS by RE:Lab + Mipel – The exhibition at a glance

“The fishes came staring and gaping towards me, and into me and through me. I never imagined such fishes before.…

“The fishes came staring and gaping towards me, and into me and through me. I never imagined such fishes before. They had lines of fire along the sides of them as though they had been outlined with a luminous pencil.”

In H.G. Wells’ story “The remarkable case of Davidson’s eyes” the protagonist temporarily loses his sight due to an accident but acquires the ability to see events occurring in places far fro­m him.

The .WELLS project comes from this literary solicitation. It aims to enable visitors from other parts of the world to take part in an event with the eyes of those who are there.

By using an application, the virtual visitor sends to the operator on site indications on how he would like to visit the event. The operator wears a camera and a headset and transmits what he sees and hears to the user from a distance.

The possibilities of personalizing the “remote” visit are many: from the choice of language to the paths, from the approach to the booth to the contact with the salesman, from the appointment with a person in charge to the creation of a photographic book of the event.

.WELLS is a project born from the collaboration between RE:Lab, a company operating in the field of interaction between technologies and users (www.re-lab.it) and MIPEL, an event dedicated to leather goods and fashion accessories that welcomes 10,000 visitors per year.

The service will be provided by RE:Lab starting from the MIPEL fair in February 2019.

From January 2019 more information and the possibility to book it will be available.

Keep up to date: www.re-lab.it/dotwells

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Roberto Montanari @Legal Talk – UNISOB

The importance of designing new technologies and envisaging their concrete effects while exploiting the contamination with different fields of knowledge:…

The importance of designing new technologies and envisaging their concrete effects while exploiting the contamination with different fields of knowledge: the core of Roberto Montanari’s speech at UNISOB Legal Talk as RE:Lab’s Head of R&D and Coordinator at Scienza Nuova Research Center.

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Law and technologies

Roberto Montanari, Head of R&D and Innovation at RE:Lab, will give a talk on the relationship between technologies and law…

Roberto Montanari, Head of R&D and Innovation at RE:Lab, will give a talk on the relationship between technologies and law at the conference organized by the Università Suororsola Benincasa on “Technolawyer, helpfully and ethically”

Napoli, giovedì 13 settembre 2018 ore 15,00
Sala degli Angeli, via Suor Orsola 10

 

 

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PRYSTINE EU project Kick-off

On the 1st of May 2018 a new research and innovation project PRYSTINE started, co-funded by the ECSEL JU and…

On the 1st of May 2018 a new research and innovation project PRYSTINE started, co-funded by the ECSEL JU and the national governments of the ECSEL member states.

RE:Lab is a member of this consortium, with the ambition to realize Fail-operational Urban Surround perceptION (FUSION) which is based on robust Radar and LiDAR sensor fusion and control functions in order to enable safe automated driving in urban and rural environments.

This project will strengthen and extend traditional core competencies of the European industry, research and universities in smart mobility and in particular the electronic component and systems and cyber-physical systems domains.

Full information about this project can be found on the project’s website www.prystine.eu

PRYSTINE’s high-level goals are:

1. Enhanced reliability and performance, reduced cost and power of FUSION components

2. Dependable embedded control by co-integration of signal processing and AI approaches for FUSION

3. Optimized E/E architecture enabling FUSION-based automated vehicles

4. Fail-operational systems for urban and rural environments based on FUSION

PRYSTINE will deliver (a) fail-operational sensor-fusion framework on component level, (b) dependable embedded E/E architectures, and (c) safety compliant integration of Artificial Intelligence (AI) approaches for object recognition, scene understanding, and decision making within automotive applications. The resulting reference FUSION hardware/software architectures and reliable components for autonomous systems will be validated in in 22 industrial demonstrators, such as:

1. Fail-operational autonomous driving platform

2. An electrical and highly automated commercial truck equipped with new FUSION components (such as LiDAR, Radar, camera systems, safety controllers) for advanced perception

3. Highly connected passenger car anticipating traffic situations

4. Sensor fusion in human-machine interfaces for fail-operational control transition in highly automated vehicles

PRYSTINE’s well-balanced, value chain oriented consortium, is composed of 60 project partners from 14 different European and non-European countries, including leading automotive OEMs, semiconductor companies, technology partners, and research institutes.

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RE:Lab + SIAT Maillis – HMI for ProWrap wrapping machine

RE:Lab has worked with SIAT Maillis on the development of the UI of the touch panel embedded in ProWrap, the…

RE:Lab has worked with SIAT Maillis on the development of the UI of the touch panel embedded in ProWrap, the brand new wrapping machine of the group.

The UI allows the user to control the entire wrapping cycle.

ProWrap was presented at IPACK – IMA 2018.

 

 

 

 

 

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RE:Lab presents the HMI for light electric vehicles developed in RESOLVE project at ECA2030 conference

On July, 4 and 5 2018 RE:Lab  – as partner of the EU project RESOLVE – joined the SilverStream EU project final…

On July, 4 and 5 2018 RE:Lab  – as partner of the EU project RESOLVE – joined the SilverStream EU project final event within the ECA2030 Conference in Turin.

As the RESOLVE Dissemination Manager and responsible for the HMI design, development and evaluation, RE:Lab shared an overview of the RESOLVE project with a focus on the HMI system.

The HMI system includes the onboard cluster, a smartphone app, and handlebar controls.

The innovative human-machine interface for light electric vehicles (ELVs) aims to improve rider comfort and the acceptability of this type of vehicle, which stand as an alternative to cars for urban mobility.

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JUMP project video broadcasted on ViaEmiliaNet

On Thursday 12 of July at 22.10 during ViaEmiliaNet TV program on channel TRC the JUMP project video will be broadcasted. RE:Lab is…

On Thursday 12 of July at 22.10 during ViaEmiliaNet TV program on channel TRC the JUMP project video will be broadcasted.

RE:Lab is the project coordinator, responsible for the HMI development and implementation.

 

http://www.jump-project.it/

 

 

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RE:Lab + Evoca Group – A new HMI for Necta Maestro Coffee Machine

  RE:Lab has worked with the Evoca Group on the new UI of the Necta branded Maestro Coffee Machine that, according to your mood,…

 

RE:Lab has worked with the Evoca Group on the new UI of the Necta branded Maestro Coffee Machine that, according to your mood, recommends the most suitable drink for you. The user experience and the UI was presented at Venditalia 2018.

 

 

   

 

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RE:Lab + Legrand – A new HMI

The HMI developed and implemented by RE:Lab in collaboration with Legrand for Keor MOD UPS, i.e. a three-phase uninterruptible power…

The HMI developed and implemented by RE:Lab in collaboration with Legrand for Keor MOD UPS, i.e. a three-phase uninterruptible power supply on line double conversion for all critical computer applications such as DATA CENTERS, has been presented.

 

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RE:Lab at Autonomous Vehicle Technology World Expo 2018

Elisa from RE:Lab presented AutoMate concept and HMI strategy at Autonomous Vehicle Interior Design Symposium & Technology Europe, part of…

Elisa from RE:Lab presented AutoMate concept and HMI strategy at Autonomous Vehicle Interior Design Symposium & Technology Europe, part of Autonomous Vehicle Technology World Expo 2018, the 7th of April in Stuttgart.

The Conference has been an opportunity to discuss the state of the art and the main challenges related to the adoption of Autonomous Vehicles, and the technologies that will enable the transition to vehicle automation.

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Final event: JUMP – 06 June 2018 – Tecnopolo, Reggio Emilia

6th of june, 2018 , 16:00 – 19:30 Tecnopolo di Reggio Emilia – Piazzale Europa, 1 – Reggio Emilia JUMP –…

6th of june, 2018 , 16:00 – 19:30
Tecnopolo di Reggio Emilia – Piazzale Europa, 1 – Reggio Emilia

JUMP – Final Event

Advanced sensor platform to innovate the practice and fruition of sports, well-being, rehabilitation and educational gaming

You are invited to join us at the JUMP final event. Please subscribe here

Event agenda: www.jump-project.it/evento-finale

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RE:Lab at R2B, Bologna, 7-8 June 2018

RE:Lab will be present at the R2B -Research to Business event in Bologna on 7-8 of June 2018. Come to…

RE:Lab will be present at the R2B -Research to Business event in Bologna on 7-8 of June 2018. Come to visit us!

https://www.rdueb.it/rdueb18/partners/re-lab/

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Upcoming event: 6th HUMANIST VCE CONFERENCE – 13/14 June 2018

A paper related to AutoMate will be presented at the Humanist VCE Conference to be hosted in the Hague on…

A paper related to AutoMate will be presented at the Humanist VCE Conference to be hosted in the Hague on 13-14 June 2018: “A driver-more approach to vehicle automation”, A. Castellano, S. Fruttaldo, E. Landini, R. Montanari, A. Luedtke

The Conference will provide chances for discussion about Human Factors in automated transport, and the AutoMate team is pleased to be a part of it. We hope you will be able to join us in Holland.

More info and programme on the conference website

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The RESOLVE project is now coming to an end

After three years of valuable efforts across disciplines and countries, the RESOLVE project is now coming to an end. Different…

After three years of valuable efforts across disciplines and countries, the RESOLVE project is now coming to an end.

Different countries, languages, nationalities and fields of expertise, have hardly worked together to produce relevant results which have been proudly shown to the world in several occasions over the last months: just to mention some, the ACEM Conference on Sustainable Motorcycling In Europe, the TRA conference 2018 in Vienna, the RESOLVE final event.

In particular, the two vehicle prototypes developed in the project and presented at events have allowed people to touch RESOLVE results. Moreover, an additional three-wheeler demonstrator named D3 has been presented, derived from D1.

Read more downloading the RESOLVE newsletter

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Upcoming event: Automation for KIDS – 18th May 2018

On May 18, in RE:Lab’s facilities in Reggio Emilia (Italy), an event will be hosted with the aim of explaining…

On May 18, in RE:Lab’s facilities in Reggio Emilia (Italy), an event will be hosted with the aim of explaining the future of autonomous driving to 45 elementary school children.

They will be invited to visit RE:Lab’s driving simulator, one of AutoMate’s demonstrators. They will be able to create their own use cases explaining how they imagine the future of driving in the context of increasing automation.

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On May 18, in RE:Lab’s facilities in Reggio Emilia (Italy), an event will be hosted with the aim of explaining the future of autonomous driving to 45 elementary school children.

They will be invited to visit RE:Lab’s driving simulator, one of AutoMate’s demonstrators. They will be able to create their own use cases explaining how they imagine the future of driving in the context of increasing automation.